Next Episode of Joey is
not planed. TV Show was canceled.
Joey is a spin-off of Friends (1994), continuing the story of charming and still-single Joey, who has struck out on his own and moved to Hollywood, hoping to truly make it as an actor. Joey says goodbye to a time when his friends were his family and welcomes the chance to turn his family into his friends. After reuniting with his high-strung sister Gina a strong and sexy hairdresser, Joey moves in with her genius 20-year-old son, graduate student Michael who literally is a rocket scientist. What Joey lacks in book smarts, however, he more than makes up for with his people skills, making him the best new friend his nephew could ask for.
Joey auditions for a part in a Kevin Smith movie and makes a new friend in an extra named Zach (Miguel A. Nunez Jr.). Smith plays himself.
Gina becomes Bobbie's assistant.
While Joey must deal with an obnoxious child actor on the set of the movie he's filming, Gina helps Alex through her romance woes.
After he's assigned a stuntman (Dan Cortese), Joey gets a bit carried away. Elsewhere, he gets annoyed at Michael's date.
Joey and Gina pretend to be married and parents of a baby, in order to buy a house from its protective owner.
Joey enrolls in an English class for foreigners to court a beautiful woman student; Gina tries to help Bobby find a new client.
Since Joey doesn't like losing, Alex comes up with some creative card-playing rules, which Joey uses when he appears on "Celebrity Poker."
To prevent an old girlfriend from releasing an embarrassing tape, Joey agrees to apologize to her on "The Ellen DeGeneres Show." DeGeneres appears as herself.
Joey tries to impress his new flame by directing her grandmother's musical, but it turns out he's a dud as a director.
Joey mulls over whether to spend a stuffy Thanksgiving with his family or attend his playboy neighbor's wild holiday bash, which features brew, a band, single girls and one George Hamilton (playing himself). In addition, Joey discovers ancient Native American artifacts buried on his property.
Joey meets up with his estranged high-school buddy (Adam Goldberg), a once promising athlete who has fallen on hard times and harbors a secret. Also, Joey tries to show his movie-set crew that he's a down-to-earth guy.
When Michael and his girlfriend break up, Joey and Zach try to raise his spirits by taking him to Tijuana.
Joey throws a holiday bash in his old apartment. Among the guests: Bobbie and her controlling boyfriend.
Love blooms once again between Dean (Gregory Harrison) and Alex, which brings out some bizarre behavior in Joey. Also, Joey's action figure arrives.
Joey flies his blue-collar father out to Hollywood to attend his big movie premiere, but Joey gets upset when he discovers that the elder Tribbiani isn't impressed by his surging acting career. Meanwhile, Joey's billboard on Sunset Boulevard is upstaged by a sexy billboard of Carmen Electra (who plays herself); and Bobbie goes on a liquid diet for Joey's premiere.
Joey plans a birthday party for his secret crush, Alex, who's ill at ease about turning 30. Meanwhile, Joey tries to ward off the advances of an annoying girl who's obsessed with him, and Jimmy and Gina decide to get matching tattoos as a declaration of their love.
Joey wants to go out with Alex but she's not sure if she wants to go out with him.
Joey wants to take his relationship with Alex to the next level, but Alex only wants sex. Gina finds out that Jimmy is married to a woman that is in prison, and Michael meets a man on internet and Michael thinks that he is a woman.
Jimmy and Gina get married.
Drea de Matteo(Gina Tribbiani)
Paulo Costanzo(Michael Tribbiani)
Jennifer Coolidge(Bobbie Morganstern)
Andrea Anders(Alex Garrett)
Matt LeBlanc(Joey Tribbiani)
Miguel Nunez, Jr.(Zach)
Looks like something went completely wrong!
But don't worry - it can happen to the best of us,
- and it just happened to you.
Please try again later or contact us.