Friends (1994–2004)
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The One with the Tiny T-Shirt 

Rachel goes on her first date, after splitting from Ross, with Mark. Joey clashes with his co-star in his new play. Monica continues to date Pete, even though she is still not attracted to him.



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Joey Tribbiani (as Matt Le Blanc)
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Monica thinks Pete is perfect but she is just not attracted to him. Joey gets the part and hates his stage-wife Kate because she tells everyone Joey was in the infomercial and can't open a milk carton. Mark asks Rachel out but Rachel doesn't want to see anyone because she would feel like she was cheating on Ross. But Ross and Rachel get in a fight when Rachel returns Ross' stuff so they can move on. Rachel goes on a date with Mark. Mark kisses Rachel but Rachel tells him she can't be with him because she only went on a date to get back at Ross. Joey has a crush on Kate but she is seeing the director of the play. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance


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27 March 1997 (USA)  »

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1.33 : 1
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Did You Know?


Matt Le Blanc and guest star Dina Meyer both had the same agent. See more »


When Chandler is making the Gloria Estefan comment after Joey's dance, he is holding the book flat out with hands on each side. The shot changes and the magazine is now at a angle. See more »


Chandler: Ross, you gotta stop, okay? You can't just stare through the peephole for 3 hours. You're gonna get peep eye.
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References Leave 'Em Laughing (1928) See more »

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Breaking up is hard to do
29 May 2017 | by (United Kingdom) – See all my reviews

This was a strong episode of the third series, and all of the story lines were fun.

The Ross and Rachel plot had become a bit dull at times as the writers steered them from happy couple to splitsvile in an attempt to keep the series interesting. However, there are some lovely scenes between them in this episode, and I also liked the scene with Ross and Chandler, where Chandler told him that it was time to move on.

It was also lovely to see the writers giving Joey a story line with a bit more depth, as he realises he wants something a bit more meaningful in his life. Matt Le Blanc played the scenes so well too.

Lisa Kudrow doesn't have much to do, but perhaps she was filming something else at the same time.

This is a sweet and funny episode.

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