Even accommodating gentleman Chandler loses it when he finds out Eddie has been sneaking in his bedroom to watch him sleep. When the girls read a pseudo-poetical hardcore feminist bestseller, it quickly stirs trouble between Rachel and Ross and amongst the three girls. Now Joey has lost his job, his two-envelope Visa-bill leaves him no other choice then to audition for a measly part beneath a former soap star's dignity and standing by as unpaid stuff is carried off, except a porcelain dog which Ross ransoms after regretting having told Joey to do anything for material security, as he would. Since Eddie simply forgets his move marching orders, Chandler first spends a night at Monica's but then finds the perfect way to solve both his and Joey's problem. Written by
Did You Know?
The "Wind Goddesses" book Rachel finds inspiring is a parody of mystical self-help books such as Clarissa Pinkola Estes' "Women who Run with the Wolves". See more
When Rachel is reading question number 29 in the book, she has a ball pen in her right hand. The next shot the pen disappears from her hand and she picks it up from the table to write. See more
How do you expect me to grow if you won't let me blow?
Dr. Ross Geller
You - You know I don't ha - have a problem with that.
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