Joey had high hopes for his lead role in 'Freud!', but the musical drama slash other nonsense is too horrible for words. For Chandler, however, it's a Godsent opportunity as he sees the breathtaking beauty Aurora in the audience. Chandler is encouraged to ask her out as 'the best-looking women often have measly men.' After a great night out, Chandler sadly reports she actually has an adventurous life, including a husband Rick and a lover Ethan. The girls commiserate as he can't just be her sex-toy-boy. However, think it is a dream come true as he would get the fun without the responsibility. Joey's role still pays off as an agent saw him and casts him as his idol Al Pacino's butt double. Alas the director can't appreciate a Joey's artistic ambitions in butt-acting. Chandler discovers good sex is no doesn't make up for lack of monogamy when Aurora announces another lover, Andrew, complicating her busy bed-schedule even further.
Did You Know?
This is the first episode where the opening scene doesn't take place in Central Perk. See more
When Ross is reading the Magic Eye book, the others claim to see the Statue of Liberty. In the actual book, there is no such picture. The page he is looking at is page 20, and that shows some stars; no boat, no statue. See more
I'm his butt double. I play Al Pacino's butt, alright. He goes into the shower and then I'm his butt.
References Mork & Mindy