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The One With All The Candy

Episode 7.09

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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.

The one where they said....

Monica: I'm gonna hang this basket on the door, and when the neighbors walk by they can all take a piece.
Chandler: But we don't know the neighbors.
Joey: I do. There's, uh, let's see, "Guy With a Mustache," "Smokes A Lot Lady," "Some Kids I've Seen," and, "A Red-haired Guy Who Does Not Like To Be Called Rusty.

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.
Monica: Maybe.
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...


Written by Will Calhoun
Directed by David Schwimmer
Cole Mitchell Sprouse as Ben
Amy Hill as The Woman
Steve Ireland as Mr. Zelner
Jonathan Floyd as Gary
Ashley L. Clark as The Man
Aired 12/7/2000, 5/31/2001