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2.17 The One Where Eddie Moves In


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  • Extended Version
Release: Mar 06, 2014 - Author: Muck47 - Translator: Mr Miau - external link: IMDB - more from this series
Comparison between the TV Version and the Extended Version.

10 differences, among them 5 with alternative footage and 2 longer scenes in the TV Version.
Length difference: 115 sec (= 1:55 min)

The Blu-ray release only contains the TV versions of the episodes, as was the case with the first season. Those who know the DVD releases from the USA or Great Britain will surely miss the extended versions, which can be found on these DVDs.

Episode 2x17 The One Where Eddie Moves In is almost two minutes longer. There are two additional scenes with Joey in his apartment, in which he eventually is overwhelmed by his art purchases. The other highligh is a significantly longer performance of Smelly Cat at the end of the episode. The rest in between is rather unimportant.
TV Version longer

Blackscreen after the intro, then an additional exterior shot.

+ 1,2 sec


Ross can be seen a bit longer and also imitates Rachel by saying "Mimimi", as he has done with Monica earlier. Afterwards an additional scene in Joey's new apartment, he is bored.

Joey goes to his white dog and looks where it seems to be looking. He then uses the intercom, hoping for some entertainment.
A man responds: "Hello."
Joey: "Louie? Where's Howard?"
Louie: "He went home."
Joey: "Oh. He said he might stop up after his shift."
Louie: "He said to tell you that he wasn't feeling so good."
Joey: "Oh. Hey what time do you get off?"
Louie: "I'm not feeling too good either."

45,5 sec

Alternative Footage

The TV Version only shows the phone ringing and Joey answering it.

The EV, however, displays Joey walking around in the room, he wants to rearrange his sculptures. When the phone rings, he hurries forward and stumbles over them, which he comments with "Freakin' art!".

Extended Version 8,1 sec longer

TV VersionExtended Version

Alternative Footage

Phoebe's studio session was extended after she discovered her background singers. Some of it can be seen in alternative shots but with the same dialog and is here written in brackets.

Phoebe: "(You know, like at, like at an aquarium, ya know.) Wow, they're so good! Hi, you are so good!"
Producer: "(All righty.) Ok, now that everyone knows everyone, let's try it again."
Phoebe: "Ok."
(Produzentin: "From the top.")

Extended Version 4,9 sec longer

TV VersionExtended Version


Black screen for the ad break.

+ 0,9 sec

Alternative Footage

Eddie offers Joey the eggs, which the latter declines politely, but with a disgusted face.

The TV Version only offers an alternative shot of Joey here.

Extended Version 3 sec longer

TV VersionExtended Version

Alternative Footage

In the TV Version, the scene in Chandler's apartment ends with Joey crossing his arms.

The Extended Version offers some more dialog.

Joey: "Well maybe this isn't about the eggs. Maybe this is about the chicken that laid 'em! Hmm?"
Chandler: "What chicken? There's no chicken!"
Joey is angry: "I can't talk to you!"

Extended Version 16,3 sec longer

Alternative Footage

The TV Version begins with Phoebe singing in a longshot.

The EV shows an exterior shot first and then a longshot, in which Phoebe prepares for singing first: "Umm, I'm gonna start off with a little song called Smelly Cat. Yay. Oh, for those of you who are wondering this is my real voice."
When she starts singing, a different shot was used.

Extended Version 11,5 sec longer

TV VersionExtended Version

TV Version longer

Phoebe can be seen a bit longer before the final shot of the episode showing Ross. She says: "Back to the chorus!"

+ 1,6 sec


The Extended Version continues. After Phobe says "Back to the chorus!", they altogether sing Smelly Cat.

32 sec