Joey (2004–2006)
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Joey and the Party 

Joey throws a party to get to know his neighbors.

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Alex Garrett
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Michael Tribbiani
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Bobbie Morganstern
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Gina Tribbiani
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Seth
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Jake
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Howard
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Joey throws a party at the apartment to get to know more people and especially one guy named Jake. During the party Joey waits desperately for Jake to show up. When he shows up, Joey and Gina compete for Jake's attention. Alex pretend to be Michael's girlfriend, because he doesn't want to be the last one from his group of friends to have a girlfriend. During the party it turns out that Molly, the girl whom Michael's friend Seth pretends to be his girlfriend, is a fake girlfriend, too. Written by Anonymous

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Magna Doodle: A goat in front of the Hollywood sign, eating out of a garbage can. See more »

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Just after the opening credits, when Joey runs out to see Jake, Jake has one hand out in one shot and then puts the basketball in both hands. When the shot changes, his hand is out again and then he puts the basketball in both hands again. See more »

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References Days of Our Lives (1965) See more »

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Hold it together J-bird
30 November 2017 | by See all my reviews

The opening two episodes of the 'Friends' spin-off had established Joey's relationship with his family, but what he ironically needed for this show to work was a friend.

The writers over the course of the two years would try numerous people out in order to fill this void, but the one constant was Ben Falcone's Howard.

There were some nice sweet moments within this episode, especially between Joey and Gina. The writers on this occasion also managed to find the balance between Joey being dim without being ridiculous. This would not always be the case.

It was good to see also that the writers had a subplot involving the other characters (Michael and Alex) that doesn't really involve Joey. We also see a nice guest appearance from 'Big Bang' star, Simon Helberg, in a role that's not too far away from what he'd play in that show.

Again, these early episodes show a much clearer intent for the show than what it became further down the line.


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