Joey (2004–2006)
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Joey and the Poker 

Alex teaches Joey fake poker rules to keep him away from a girl. Joey then plays along those rules at "Celebrity Poker Showdown", and gets into trouble.

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(as Kevin S. Bright)

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Alex Garrett
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Michael Tribbiani
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Bobbie Morganstern
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Zach
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Gina Tribbiani
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Abby
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Candace
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Alan Thicke
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Dave Foley
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Phil Gordon
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Louie Anderson
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Coolio
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Cindy Margolis
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Storyline

Joey is looking for an interior decorator. He hires Miss California (Candice), and they are about to start dating. Alex, who still hasn't told Joey about her feelings for him, wants to prevent him from going to Candice's place, so she plays poker with him. When Joey threatens to leave because he is losing, she invents new rules to Texas Hold'Em to make him win. Bobby convinces Joey to go on to "Celebrity Poker Showdown", competing for a charity Zach recently got him involved in, a center for young destitute boys. Ignoring the real rules to poker, Joey makes a fool of himself. In the meantime, Michael gets involved in several environment-related activities with Abby, but Joey is convinced he only does that because they haven't had sex yet. Written by Pruneau

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Comedy | Romance

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3 November 2005 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Alex changes the rules of Texas hold 'em to suit her needs. This echoes Chandlers attempts to give Joey money in friends and invents the card game "cups". See more »

Goofs

Joey does know how to play poker because he played it in Friends: The One With All The Poker. See more »

Quotes

Joey: It is natural for humans to eat meat, okay? We eat the cows, the cows eat the grass, we mow the grass, which makes us hungry for more cows.
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References Growing Pains (1985) See more »

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