Summary: Chandler is offered a promotion at his job but doesn't want to take it because he wants a different job. he ends up taking it anyways. Ross dates a girl named Celia but is unable to talk dirty to her and goes to Joey for help. Phoebe brings Monica a job offer to be a chef for a gourmet restaurant. She cooks a meal for the owner, but refuses the job when the owner turns up high.
The Good: This was another awesome episode. Friends is killing it episode after episode currently. This time, I think Phoebe was the standout despite her not doing much. She was used very well and always interlaced a scene with lots of comedy and some very creative lines. She was hilarious all the way through and surprisingly stole the show with very little impact on the main storylines. Phoebe has always been in the background, but if her handling is continued like this, she could easily be one of the most consistently funny characters. The others were awesome too. Ross's storyline was hilarious and it had a great moment where Ross practiced talking dirty to Joey. Chandler's story was the least impressive, but it had funny moments for sure and it fit what we know of Chandler's character so far. Lastly, the Monica and Rachel story was great. Their short conflict was fine and made for some good laughs, and the climax with the titular stoned guy was well handled and created a lot of fantastic comedy. Overall, this episode is a big winner with tons of memorable and funny moments.
The Bad: Nothing really bad. The stoned guy may be a little cliché, but it was handled well and produced enough laughs to not be considered bad.
Best Moment: Ross talks dirty to Joey and then unknown to them Chandler walks in. This was the best visual gag the show has ever done, and is probably one of the funniest moments so far. It was excellently set up, acted and executed. One of the best moments so far in the show, if not the best.
Character of the Episode: Phoebe, but everyone has a claim for the top spot in this episode.
Conclusion: And another amazing episode of Friends. This show is providing consistently amazing comedy and is becoming must-watch television.
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