At Fooders, the gang arrives there but it's closed for a week. They go to a coffee shop but there's no waitress. The owner gives them the coffee. It's in a bowl. A girl stares at Trip and Hudson and she likes Trip. Babe's impatient about the article about her and Kenzie.
Babe still wants Kenzie to notice any changes in the article. Hudson is performing at the coffee shop and performs a song. The girl then kisses Trip because she has to take a train back home to Long Island. Kenzie checks the article and Babe is only in the picture and the name. Kenzie says she needs to stop hanging out with Babe now and unfriends Babe. At Game Shakers, Hudson arrives and plays a keyboard for the beta of the game. Dub carries Trip and drops him. Trip's arm was bit by a monkey owned by Dub's brother as Dub told Bunny to steal the monkey. for revenge as he owes Dub 200 dollars. The monkey knows the keyboard. At the coffee shop, Hudson and Trip hang out there and Kenzie is the new waitress there and has a new hairdo. The girl arrives to hang out with Trip and but a tracking device on him. At Game Shakers, Babe replaces Kenzie with another girl. Kenzie is mad at Babe for asking a question on her hair.
Trip tells Babe that Kenzie works at the coffee shop. Dub tells Bunny to call Dub's brother to let him know that he needs to pay him. At the coffee shop, Hudson plays a song for a couple but it's a negative one. Babe tells a girl to tell Kenzie a lie about her so Babe can change herself into Kenzie's clothes to get her fired by spilling coffee on costumers. Babe then defends Kenzie and makes this an apology. They have made up. They hang out at a water fountain.
- Madisyn Shipman as Kenzie Bell
- Cree Cicchino as Babe Carano
- Thomas Kuc as Hudson Gimble
- Benjamin Flores, Jr. as Triple G
- Kel Mitchell as Double G
- The title of this episode is a reference to the 90's TV series Friends. The episode itself also contains some references to it.
- The restaurant is called "I'll Be There for Brew", a reference to the theme song, "I'll Be There For You".
- The restaurant's layout is also very similar to Central Perk, a set frequently used in Friends.
- The owner of the restaurant is intended to look like Gunther, a character in Friends.
- Hudson says, "How you doin'?", which is a reference to Joey's catchphrase.
- The password to the wifi in the restaurant is "IHateRoss", a reference to the character in Friends, Ross.
- Trip having a girlfriend with an annoying laugh is similar to Chandler on Friends having a girlfriend named Janice with an annoying laugh.
- Babe says "Well, no one told me life would be this way," followed by Hudson clapping. This is a reference to the opening of the Friends theme song.
- Babe and Kenzie going on a break is a reference to Ross and Rachel on "Friends".
- When Hudson and Trip are talking about hanging out at the coffee shop once a week, they decide they should meet up at Thursday at 8pm, which was the original day and time that Friends used to air at.
- Kenzie's new hairstyle is intended to resemble Jennifer Aniston's hair in the show.
- The final scene at the fountain is a direct reference to the theme song and credits scenes of Friends.
- Hudson is like Phoebe in the case that she would also sing songs at the coffee shop and they were all depressing (like Hudson's songs)
- This is the first episode since Llama Llama Spit Spit to air at 8:30.
- The plot is similar to the iCarly episode "iQuit iCarly".
- Hudson and Trip are playing with clackers, a toy that has been used in Drake & Josh and Zoey 101.
- On Friends, Ross had gotten a monkey similar to how Double G now has his brother's monkey.
- This is the second time Corki is mentioned. The first being in "Wedding Shower of Doom".
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