Friday, March 26, 2010

TOW: Joey Moves Out

Joey and Chandler: get into a small fight when Chandler notices Joey licking a spoon and putting it back in the drawer. It then comes out that Joey uses Chandler's toothbrush and has used it to clear a clogged drain (nasty). They go to a brunch held by one of Joey's co-stars on Days of Our Lives. The apartment is huge and the actor tells Joey he's getting ready to move and that Joey should consider moving in. Chandler thinks Joey's really thinking about it, but Joey claims he isn't. Joey finally tells Chandler that he is thinking about it because he's never lived alone. He and Chandler get into a fight and Chandler tells Joey to move out if he wants to. The next day they make up. Chandler even bought Joey plastic spoons. Joey tells Chandler he's moving out. They argue about who gets the Foosball table and they play each other for it. Joey wins and Chandler leaves. Joey and the gang pack up his stuff. Everyone but he and Chandler go outside. Joey and Chandler say good-bye. Chandler's very sad. Joey leaves, but runs back in to give Chandler a hug.

Monica: is going with Richard and Ross to her father's birthday party. She's nervous about going with Richard because her parents don't know they're dating. She isn't really planning on telling them and Richard's okay with that. All through the party her parents talk about Richard's young girlfriend. Monica and Richard meet in the bathroom to talk. Richard leaves first, just as Mrs. Geller walks up to the door. Monica is forced to hide in the bathtub. Mr. Geller follows his wife into the bathroom. They talk about Richard's girlfriend and Mr. Geller says he's never seen his friend happier. They proceed to have sex, which Monica's forced to witness. Back at the party, Monica decides to tell her parents. They aren't pleased. Mr. Geller comes by Monica's apartment and says he'd been to talk to Richard about Monica; however, he never actually got around to mentioning Monica. Instead, he decides that Monica's old enough to make her own choices.

Rachel and Phoebe: decide to get tattoos. Phoebe's going to get a lily, for her mother, and Rachel's going to get a heart on her hip. She wants it to be a surprise for Ross, but learns that Ross doesn't like tattoos. She and Phoebe go to the tattoo parlor; Rachel starts losing her nerve. Phoebe convinces her to get that tattoo. Rachel gets it and shows Phoebe, but Phoebe hasn't gotten hers. She's afraid of needles. They get back to Rachel's apartment and talk to Monica and Richard. Rachel shows off her tattoo and Phoebe shows off her tiny blue dot. Rachel got her to sit for the tattoo, but the tattoo artist was only able to do the blue dot before Phoebe freaked out.

Ross: doesn't like tattoos. He's also nervous about Monica and Richard, especially about them telling his parents. He's really awkward at the party and as Monica prepares to tell her mom about Richard, he tries to stop her. After the party, he goes to pick up a pizza. Rachel's showing off her tattoo as he walks in the apartment door. Instead of hating it, he thinks it's really sexy. He pulls Rachel into the bedroom.

  • Joey's thing with the silverware and the toothbrush is just gross. I'm kind of a germaphobe, but surely I'm not the only person sickened by the idea of someone using their toothbrush to clear a drain. Blergh.
  • I'm not gonna lie, this episode saddens my soul. It really is like Bert and Ernie getting separate apartments.
So sweet.

  • Monica has the worst luck; she's always seeing her parents do it.friendscafe_org_towjoeymovesout_80
My god, that's a disgustingly pink bathroom.

  • I don't have much else to say about this episode. I like it, but it's not very exciting. There's only so many times I can say that Joey moving out hurts my heart.
Oh. My. God.

"Man, this is weird. You ever realize Captain Crunch's eyebrows are actually on his hat?" -Joey, eating cereal.

"Oh God. Can open, worms everywhere." -Chandler, learning that Joey uses his toothbrush for many things.

"Because soap is soap. It's self-cleaning."
"Alright, well next time you take a shower, think about the last thing I wash and the first thing you wash." -Chandler and Joey, discussing the uses of soap.

"Remember when you were 9 and Richard was 30, how dad would say, 'God, I hope they get together'." -Ross, on how his parents would react to learning that Monica and Richard were dating.

"Well, you kids thank Dr. Burke for the ride?"
"Uh, actually mom, I think Monica thanked him for the both of us." -Mrs. Geller and Ross.

"Tell you what, maybe one of these weekends you can borrow the car and I could--"
"Dad, I beg you not to finish that sentence." -Mr. Geller and Ross, about Richard's girlfriend.

"Ooh! Foghorn Leghorn! Ooh!" -Phoebe, at the tattoo parlor.

"Oh please, I saw the way you were checking out his moldings. You want it." -Chandler, knowing Joey was checking out another apartment.

"Y'know, I may have to bring in somebody once a week to lick the silverware." -Chandler, fighting with Joey.

"We're not Bert and Ernie."
"Yeah, I know we're not gay puppets." -Joey and Chandler.

"Dad, I'm the twinkie." -Monica, telling her parents about she and Richard.

"Really? You don't say, because mine was licked on by kittens!" -Rachel, upset that Phoebe didn't get a tattoo.

"Hey, no, I've never been lower or wetter." -Chandler, assuring Joey he's okay with Joey moving out.

"Your little men are gonna get scored on more times than your sister." -Chandler, to Joey as they play Foosball to see who gets to keep the table.

"Your mother is up in heaven going, 'Where the hell is my lily, you wuss?'" -Rachel, being upset with Phoebe for not getting a tattoo.

"Maybe. But just a little one. Phoebe got the whole world." -Rachel, defending her tattoo to Ross.

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