Joey (2004–2006)
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Joey and the Premiere 

Joey can't persuade Laura to give him more then two tickets for his TV series' Deep Powder's fancy premiere, while he already promised to take the whole home gang along, so he fixes the ... See full summary »

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... Joey Tribbiani
... Alex Garrett
... Michael Tribbiani
... Bobbie Morganstern
... Gina Tribbiani
... Lauren Beck
... Martin (as Jeff B. Davis)
... Anna
... Carla
... Bodie
... Gunnar
... Todd
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Joey can't persuade Laura to give him more then two tickets for his TV series' Deep Powder's fancy premiere, while he already promised to take the whole home gang along, so he fixes the ladies up with dates from the production team: Alex gets an older lesbian, Gina his otherwise unknown manager Martin, who didn't even want to come, but turns out to be Laura's ex and nightmare. Only Michael gets Joey's own guest ticket, but loses interest in a sexy girl, who clearly made a pass at him, when he spots actor Brent Spiner, who played his SciFi idol, Data (the android from Star Trek the Next Generation), for whom that part is alas the one subject he's sick of discussing, but agent Bobbie forces him; he actually finds Michael insightful, so Michael must chose. Joey has a surprisingly exciting way to calm obsessive Laura down... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance

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13 January 2005 (USA)  »

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Magna Doodle: A family walking beneath the night sky. See more »

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Joey is talking to Brody. He has a cup in his left hand, then when the shot changes, it's in his right. See more »

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"I'll boil my face later"
7 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

'Joey' had hit a bit of form by this stage (perhaps the best of its two year run) and this is another very good episode.

With a sharp script and some great performances from all the main cast (who actually get something to do rather than just wait around for Joey to show up), as well as another strong guest appearance from Lucy Lu, who sadly doesn't return after this.

I thought Paulo Costanzo did well in his story, torn between his hero and a pretty girl, and his comic timing is great. Drea De Matteo is also again on top form as Gina, and I think she is far better at comedy than people make her out to be. Watch out for Alex Ball as minor character 'Todd', as the actor pops up in various roles throughout the two series.

Less of the pressure feels like it's on Matt Le Blanc's head, and it ends up being a much better episode because of that.


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