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Falling From The Sky - (with Ben Bridwell from Band of Horses) Joey: written when landing in New Zealand as a side note as well as having read the children's book "The House in the Night" which has a similar phrasing as the chorus in this song.The song could be about not knowing where life is heading sometimes and with the first and second verses there is nostalgia and an attempt at to convey the importance of mystery and magic in our lives.Chandler and Phoebe decide to break up with Janice and Tony on the same night; Phoebe's goes really well but Chandler has a harder time.Ross arranges to do laundry with Rachel and Monica; Monica cancels, leaving just the two of them; Rachel reveals she's never done laundry before... Joey wants his ex-girlfriend (Angela) to break up with her boyfriend (Bob), so he arranges for Monica and him to double date with them... Rachel is so happy about her laundry experience that she kisses Ross. While there, Chandler meets a beautiful and exotic woman, Aurora, and begins dating her.An opening, similar to A-ha's Take On Me, was used for this episode, complete with a theme song sung by Greg Evigan, called "You Can Count on Me". Unfortunately, his lecture didn't prepare her for being stood up.The dads must deal with Nicole when she and a friend go to the movies... Guest star: Willie Garson Note: A new opening featuring narration from Staci Keanan was used for this episode. Note: Another new narration from Staci Keanan was used for this episode, and would be used until the end of the season.

Harry Mack also freestyled to show his hip hop idol what he’s got.

lost in all the fear of the foreign is how brave it is for someone to leave a horrible but known station and wander through barbed wire and 'bumba' towards an unknown.

Shout out to some long-forgotten Burns/Burke Irishmen. When The Angels Played - (Pieta Brown co write and backing vocals and Greg Leisz on pedal steel) I love the use of this phrase "looking for silver, looking for gold" in some way when I was in Mexico City and surrounded by so much history and culture, I kept thinking about the quote from Cortez to the native people "we suffer from an affliction of the heart that can only be cured by receiving gold." I guess I have this connection to Aztec and the sun.

Joey and Michael aren't pleased to find Gina made a zillion copies of their apartment key, and is using them all.

Michael figures out the handwriting on the nasty notes of the intolerant super -such as no underwear in the hot-tub, Joey shows why, showing all- is identical to friendly neighbor Alex's.

Harry Mack also freestyled to show his hip hop idol what he’s got.lost in all the fear of the foreign is how brave it is for someone to leave a horrible but known station and wander through barbed wire and 'bumba' towards an unknown.Shout out to some long-forgotten Burns/Burke Irishmen. When The Angels Played - (Pieta Brown co write and backing vocals and Greg Leisz on pedal steel) I love the use of this phrase "looking for silver, looking for gold" in some way when I was in Mexico City and surrounded by so much history and culture, I kept thinking about the quote from Cortez to the native people "we suffer from an affliction of the heart that can only be cured by receiving gold." I guess I have this connection to Aztec and the sun.Joey and Michael aren't pleased to find Gina made a zillion copies of their apartment key, and is using them all.Michael figures out the handwriting on the nasty notes of the intolerant super -such as no underwear in the hot-tub, Joey shows why, showing all- is identical to friendly neighbor Alex's.Michael is elated when Joey accepts proudly to coach him dating in a bar, but Gina first phones their profiles to have her poor under-age kid thrown out, then gets the boys to take her along; her advice mixed with Joey's confuses even a genius too much so Michael ultimately tries it solo, while both dummies commiserate about the improbable differences between them and their brainiac blood-relative.