Ben's first "big kid's bike" prompts Phoebe to reveal that she's never had a bike of her own; Ross gives her one as a gift. However, it soon becomes clear that Phoebe has never learned to ride. Monica decides to get to know her neighbors better by making candy for them; it becomes so popular that she can't keep up with the mob waiting outside her door for more. At work, Rachel writes a joke evaluation of Tag, full of sexual comments, which accidentally gets sent to the Human Resources department.
Rachel: So did you read your evaluation yet?
Tag: No, it was marked confidential. I just sent it down to Human Resources.
Rachel: Okay, please, you're kidding right? I wrote that one as a joke for you!
Tag: A joke they would appreciate?
Rachel: I'm thinkin' no.
Tag: What did you say?
Rachel: Um, I said I thought you were a good kisser, and, uh... and that I like your teeny-tiny touchie.
Tag: No, not my touchie.
Rachel: Well, it gets worse. When asked if you take initiative I wrote, "Yes, he was able to unhook my bra with minimal supervision," and under Problems with Performance I wrote, "Dear God, I hope not," and then, uh... then I drew a little smiley face, and then a small pornographic sketch.
Chandler: Stop making candy!
Monica: But they like it!
Chandler: You mean they like you.
Chandler: Is that why you became a chef? So that people would like you?
Monica: Oh, you really want to talk about getting people to like you? Huh, funny man?
Chandler:Are you okay?
Monica: I'm fine now, but it was really scary there for a while. I mean, someone slipped a threatening note under the door.
Joey: Oh, yeah, sorry about that. Mob mentality or whatever, I don't know...