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Joey: Joey and the Valentine's Date
Joey accidentally makes a date with a reporter from "People" for Valentine's Day. He has the gang "accidentally" bump into him and his date at the restaurant to ruin the mood, but his plans backfire when she thinks he's taking their relationship to the next level. A drunken Alex shares some sexual secrets with Gina. After Joey sends Michael over to hit on a table of girls, Michael actually becomes "one of the girls."
Bobbie: That’s it! Oh, perfect!
(Joey holds up a spatula and smiles)
Bobbie: These photos are going to look great in People magazine. Let’s see your good side.
Bobbie: Oh, God no! Go back! That’s it. Yeah. We got it.
Joey: Nice. Wow, People magazine. My mom is gonna be so excited. If you just get me into Playboy with an Asian on the cover, my dad can read about me too!
Bobbie: Now listen, Joey. The interview portion is later. Judy Wilson’s gonna meet you on the set. Now she’s single, which is good, but she’s smart, which could kill us. You need to come off as a great guy. I mean, really charm her!
Joey: (trying to show his charm) Well, I can give it a shot, sweetheart.
Bobbie: (laughs) Oh come on, get serious!
Joey: Bobbie, will you relax? Look, I will handle the interview. Okay? By the time I’m done with her, she’s gonna want to put me on the cover. There’s a new stud in town. (picks up the latest edition of People magazine and looks at the cover) So move over Robert Blake’s Legal Nightmare.
Alex: When my mother was my age, she had three kids. All I have is a husband who's away all the time. Last week, a squirrel snuck into our apartment and I thought it was Eric coming home to surprise me. I put on lingerie for a squirrel!
Alex: I mean, would you look at all these suckers out celebrating this Hallmark holiday? My husband and I don't need this kind of thing. Though, a card would've been nice. Or a phone call. Or an e-mail, perhaps. But we spoke on Tuesday. He asked me to gather up his receipts - tax time's comin'!