Joey is practicing how to make his entry at Ellen's talk-show, and believed with Bobbie his celebrity status can only grow as it attracts a nobody threatening to publish a sex video from his past, but pales when he hears her name: Celeste, the first girl he ever loved and not only had but 'accidentally' proposed to but left by the fire-escaped and never talked to again in twenty years, now she demands satisfaction on air... Gina stands in for Bobbie's medical as the boss approaches 40, which she didn't tell her or Joey, so Gina and Alex fear the brutal alcoholic is embarrassed not to have anyone to celebrate her birthday with... Written by
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Joey puts the manila folder down on the desk and in the next shot it is back in the tray, then in the next shot it is back in Joey's hands. See more
References St. Elmo's Fire
Palm Court Cocktails
Written by Joseph Bille and Phillip T. Sheeran See more