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NBC turns to its old pal 'Joey'

Network is counting on 'Friends' spinoff to stabilize its weakening Thursday prime-time hold

By Matthew Gilbert
Globe Staff / September 9, 2004

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A thin cloud of pathos hangs over "Joey," NBC's attempt to chip more ratings gold from the already stripped "Friends" mine. It's just hard to escape the feeling that Matt LeBlanc's Joey Tribbiani, thick-headed, lovable, and always hungry, is returning to TV in the wake of his glory days. (Full Article: 662 Words)

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