Kevin Bright

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VIDEO: The One Where the Stripper Cries

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The One Where the Stripper Cries
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Length: 28:00
Aired: 2/5/2004

Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on "The $100,000 Pyramid," with its actual host, DONNY OSMOND (himself), but Joey's dubious IQ costs his partner the prize money. watch

VIDEO: The One Where the Stripper Cries [HD]

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The One Where the Stripper Cries [HD]
Paid | Amazon Instant Video
Length: 28:00
Aired: 2/5/2004

Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on "The $100,000 Pyramid," with its actual host, DONNY OSMOND (himself), but Joey's dubious IQ costs his partner the prize money. watch

VIDEO: Friends: The One Where the Stripper Cries

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Friends: The One Where the Stripper Cries
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Length: 27:27
Aired: 2/5/2004

Joey appears as a celebrity contestant on "The $100,000 Pyramid," with its actual host, Donny Osmond (himself), but Joey's dubious IQ costs his partner the prize money. watch

Videos

Tell Me No Lies
Tell Me No Lies
Joey – Video Clip | Spike
Quiet Temp Actually Very Untalented Singer-Songwriter

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Credits

Year Title Description
2007 TV Land Awards TV Show Series, Appearing
2004 Joey TV Show Series, Executive Producer
2001 Tell Me No Lies Movie, Actor - Crime Photographer
1995 Dream On TV Show Series, Executive Producer
Friends: Episode Episode, Director

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News

Can Joey Be Saved?

If Joey is to get by, he's gonna need a little help from his Friends. Almost six months after Matt LeBlanc's NBC sitcom premiered to good reviews and great ratings, viewers are vanishing, and they're taking the critics with them. In other words, the show had better get a lot better — fast — or it'll quickly join AfterM*A*S*H in spin-off heaven. "It's not about anything more than Joey moving to Los Angeles, living in an apartment and interacting with his sister and nephew," groans Ed Martin, editor of the TV-biz newsletter "Jack Myers Report." Adds an industry insider: "If it's not sinking, it's certainly floundering." Although NBC Entertainment president Kevin Reilly notes that Joey is the season's No. 1 new comedy, he concedes, "There's work to be done." Efforts are under way to surround Chandler's former roommate with more interesting, er, pals. "The show is being opened up," Reilly says, citing Lucy Liu's re read more

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