Friends (1994)

2 corrected entries in The One With Joey's Big Break

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The One With Joey's Big Break - S5-E22

Corrected entry: In this episode, Rachel states that she can not stand having anything near her eye, however in the episode *The One with the Chick and the Duck*, she allows Ross to put eyeshadow on her.


Correction: She can't stand anything near her open eye but she has her eyes closed when Ross is applying the eyeshadow.


The One With Joey's Big Break - S5-E22

Corrected entry: In TOW Joey's Big Break, Rachel and Monica leave the apartment for Rachel's eye doctor appointment. But Rachel exits the apartment then turns left(to go off-stage)when you must turn right to head for the stairs and leave the apartment block.

Correction: Rachel turns left because she is trying to get out of going to the doctor so she doesn't have to have anything put in her eye.

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