Joey (2004–2006)
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Joey and the Stuntman 

Joey gets his stuntman to do everything he wants, Michael dates a script supervisor whom Joey hates, and Alex is confused about her feelings for Joey.


(as Kevin S. Bright)


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Episode complete credited cast:
... Joey Tribbiani
... Alex Garrett
... Michael Tribbiani
... Bobbie Morganstern
... Zach
... Gina Tribbiani
... Chuck
... Sam - The Director
... Abby
... Make Up Lady
... Stagehand
... Thug


Joey stars in an action movie, so the director hires excellent stuntman Chuck, a modest workaholic who actually asks the star permission to follow him and get instructions to pick up his mannerisms; Joey enjoys this 'live action figure' rather too much, but trooper Chuck takes it all like an indestructible man. If there's anyone on set Joey can't stand, it's script girl Abby (he can't remember, calling her Ally), whose job is correcting his badly learned or cuing his forgotten lines, which is all the time. However when she meets Michael on set -where Zach is installing himself as a comfortable free home- they hit on instantly, only each time she approaches Michael near Joey those two fight, so badly the director ends up firing her for the star's sake; Michael is as furious as he can get... After Bobbie tells Joey to respect limits with staff to avoid lawsuits, he apologizes to Chuck but also forces him to toast on a fairer rapport- alas Chuck is an AA graduate, who instantly relapses ... Written by KGF Vissers

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Comedy | Romance





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6 October 2005 (USA)  »

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As Joey is talking to Chuck he is holding a can of soda, when the camera shifts back to him, he is not. See more »

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Good silly fun
15 December 2017 | by See all my reviews

Joey gets a stuntman, and treats him poorly, as he spends time learning how to be 'Joey'.

There are some funny moments within that story, but again, Joey is made out to be completely stupid, and a little cruel at times, which the character should never be.

The character of Zach worked well here too, being someone for Joey to talk to onset, and be involved in his misadventures.

The storyline involving Joey getting in the way of Michael's relationship with Abby, the script supervisor was fun too. Matt LeBlanc played these scenes beautifully.

There is a subplot involving Alex as part of the ongoing 'Joey/Alex' love story, but it only serves as proof about how annoying the writers have sadly made this character.

A vast improvement on the last episode, with some funny moments.

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