Joey (2004–2006)
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Joey and the Temptation 

Just when Joey decides to put aside his playboy ways, so he can be committed to Sara, Carmen Electra makes a guest appearance on his show. Alex asks for Gina's help in getting revenge on Eric for cheating on her.

Director:

Sheldon Epps

Writers:

Shana Goldberg-Meehan (created by), Scott Silveri (created by) | 5 more credits »
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Cast

Episode complete credited cast:
Matt LeBlanc ... Joey Tribbiani
Andrea Anders ... Alex Garrett
Paulo Costanzo ... Michael Tribbiani
Jennifer Coolidge ... Bobbie Morganstern
Drea de Matteo ... Gina Tribbiani
Mädchen Amick ... Sara
Matt Letscher ... Eric Garrett
Carmen Electra ... Carmen Electra
Alex Ball ... Todd
Brianna Brown ... Elsa (as Brianna Lynn Brown)
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Storyline

Joey tells Alex's husband Eric -whom Gina made believe the Tribbianis are a mob family- he saw her kiss another woman, Eric only promises to confess but Joey taught she knew and they end up thinking it was Eric's mother; Gina comes along to stand up to Eric and inspire Alex worse... Joey and Sara decide to call all their ex'es they have turned monogamous. Joey is even reluctant to play a hot love scene in Powder Deep with Carmen Electra, so he takes Michael to the set as 'total turn-off', but boy-eater Bobbie scares the darling away and Carmen... Written by KGF Vissers

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Genres:

Comedy | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

5 May 2005 (USA) See more »

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Trivia

Gina told Eric they are in the mafia because 'it makes them more colorfull'. In real life, Drea DeMatteo was in mafia hit show The Sopranos from 1999 till 2006. See more »

Goofs

Joey says at the beginning of the episode that he has dated women from all over the world except for Iceland, and is pleased to discover in the end that Sara is part Icelandic. But when he takes a map right after this discovery with red pins for each country from which he's ever dated a woman, we can see that Iceland already has a red pin. (However, this could actually be deliberately made by the film-makers to show how dumb Joey is. He has trouble multiplying 7 and 9 - he could've put the pin on Iceland thinking it's Australia.) See more »

Quotes

Carmen Electra: Oh Joey, this is my friend Elsa.
Elsa: [Joey waves at her] Drake Ramoray! I'm a big fan. You are huge in Iceland.
[Joey frowns. Turns to Carmen]
Elsa: Maybe...
[faces Joey]
Elsa: we can share him.
Joey Tribbiani: OH COME ON!
[exits]
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References Annie Hall (1977) See more »

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"This may not have been my best performance"
12 December 2017 | by studioATSee all my reviews

This isn't one of my favourite episodes of the show, and although there is some fun to be had in the story line involving Joey trying to avoid the advances of Carmen Electra now he's in a committed relationship, there are just too many examples of weak writing for me to be positive about it.

For once the character of Michael is poorly written, changing allegiances from Sara to Carmen at the drop of a hat, and the joke about Joey missing Christmas for the last four years is a load of rubbish because not too long ago we had a whole Christmas themed episode. As I've said in other reviews, I think sometimes the writers went for an easy joke at the expense of the character of Joey.

On a positive note I did enjoy the Alex/Gina dynamic, and it's nice how their friendship has built over time. The mafia jokes weren't funny though.

A weaker episode of the show overall sadly.


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