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The One on the Last Night 

On the last night before Chandler and Monica move in together, Monica and Rachel argue, and Chandler tries to give Joey money to help him pay the bills.

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Monica Geller (as Courteney Cox Arquette)
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Joey Tribbiani (as Matt Le Blanc)
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Chandler shows Joey how to pay the bills but Joey doesn't have enough money and won't accept money from his friends. It is the night before Chandler moves in and Rachel moves out. Rachel hasn't packed and everyone has to help. Rachel and Monica are mad at each other because they list all the things that have been bothering them about the other. Chandler and Joey play for money and Chandler lets Joey win so Joey doesn't have to accept charity from him. Monica and Rachel get along again after listing the nice things they do for each other and are really sad about not living together anymore. Joey sees through Chandler's trick and won't accept his money. Rachel leaves. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance

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4 November 1999 (USA)  »

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First of 10 episodes directed by David Schwimmer See more »

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Chandler wants to give Joey $1,500 to pay bills. After they play Foosball, Joey winds up owing Chandler $500 so Chandler suggests they play a made up game called "Cups. After Joey wins $700, Chandler claims that you have to double it and gives Joey $1,400 and then gives Joey 1 card and claims he wins another $100 bringing his total to $1,500, however Joey is already in the hole owing Chandler $500 so Joey really only won $1,000 or Chandler should have made Joey win $2,000 if he wanted to give him $1,500. See more »

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Chandler: I'm gonna be moving out, so you are gonna be in charge of paying the rent.
Joey: Right! And when's that due?
Chandler: First of the month.
Joey: And that's every month?
Chandler: No, just the months you actually want to live here.
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O Fortuna
Written by Carl Orff
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Joey is having problems with his bills...
29 May 2009 | by (Brazil) – See all my reviews

Now that Chandler moved to Monica's house, Joey needs to pay the apartment's bills for his own. The problem is that the bills are expensive and he doesn't have much money available to spend. Chandler tries to lend Joey some money in all ways he can, but he doesn't accept it and stays upset with Chandler insisting all the time.

It's Rachel's last day living in Monica's house and she didn't pack yet. Monica decides to help Rachel, and Phoebe is also designed to help them. Since Monica and Rachel are sad that Rachel is moving, Phoebe tells them to think in the things they didn't like in each other. What starts in an innocent way, ends with Monica and Rachel fighting with each other and happy that Rachel is going to move.

Chandler and Joey stay playing foosball in their last night together as roommates, until Chandler gives the idea of making money bets on the matches they play (It is Chandler strategy to give Joey some money, since Joey is proud and doesn't accept chandler's money and chandler sucks playing foosball).


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