Friends

Season 3 Episode 25

The One at the Beach

4
Aired Thursday 8:00 PM May 15, 1997 on NBC

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  • Trivia

    • Goof: When Rachel is telling Ross that she is still in love with him, her hair keeps changing from behind her ear to down when the camera changes angles.

    • Goof: When Joey wakes up covered in sand, his "right boob" has a big crack. However when the camera angle changes, the crack is gone.

    • Goof: Rachel is painting Monica's nails when they are all bored. However, later in the scene when Monica touches the picture that Phoebe stole, her nails are not painted.

    • Trivia: At the end of the episode, there is a slow piano version of the chorus of the Friends theme, "I'll Be There For You."

    • Goof: Near the end, when Joey is asking Ross if Bonnie's room will be free tonight, he is pointing his hands at Ross. In the very next shot they are in his pockets.

    • Goof: When Phoebe goes to the other Phoebe's house right before she takes the photo off the fridge, the cookie jar has its lid off. The camera angle changes and the lid is on. Then after she has taken the photo off the fridge, the lid has come off the cookie jar.

    • Goof: When Phoebe goes to the other Phoebe's house, it's raining. But when Phoebe walks into the house her hair and clothes are dry.

    • Goof: When the gang first enters the beach house it's got puddles of water and the sand is messed up, 2 seconds later when they walk in, the sand is puddleless and is neatly brushed.

    • Goof: When Bonnie first arrives at the beach house, the boom mic is seen at the top of the screen.

  • Quotes

    • Monica: So what's Phoebe like?
      Phoebe: I'm kind, caring, and sweet. What's Monica like?
      Monica: Ah no, the other Phoebe, the one you went to go see.

    • Phoebe: Oh, I am having the best karma this week. First, I find this woman who knew my parents, and then my client with the fuzzy back gives me his beach house.
      Ross: Yeah? What about, ah, that bike messenger you hit?
      Phoebe: Oh, I wasn't talking about his karma.

    • Rachel: (About Bonnie) Is that woman capable of talking about anything else but sex?
      Joey: Yeah, sure. Well, you know, earlier she was talking about geography.
      Monica: Joey, she was listing the countries she's done it in.
      Joey: Well, I think we all learned something.

    • Joey: But you'd go out with me, right?
      Monica: No! It is the same as with Chandler. We're friends.
      Joey: Well, let's say we're the last two guys on the planet and you had a gun to your head. Which one would you pick?
      Monica: Which one of you has the gun to my head?

    • Ross: You still love me?
      Rachel: No.
      Ross: You still love me.
      Rachel: Oh yeah, so, you love me!
      Ross: No, nnnnn. What does this mean? What do you, I mean do you wanna, get back together?
      Rachel: No. Maybe. I don't know. Ross, I still can't forgive you for what you did, I can't, I just, but sometimes when I'm with you I just, I feel so...
      Ross: What?!
      Rachel: I just, I feel, I just...
      Ross: What?
      Rachel: I feel...

    • Rachel: Do you think it's easy for me to see you with somebody else?
      Ross: You know what, hey! You're the one who ended it! Remember?
      Rachel: Yeah, because I was mad at you! Not because I stopped loving you!

    • Chandler: (To Rachel) Wait a minute, I know that hat. I was taken aboard that hat. They did experiments on me. I can't have children!

    • Chandler: Joey will be right down. He's just looking for his mask.
      Monica: A swim mask?
      Chandler: No, his gorilla mask. He wears it in the ocean to scare off the fish.

    • Rachel: (About Bonnie's baldness) See, she doesn't look that bad.
      Ross: You can see the moonlight bouncing off her head!

    • Joey: If you go with Bonnie you're doing the smart, sensible thing and moving on, and, if you go with Rachel, does that mean Bonnie's free tonight?

    • Ross: Rach, you balded my girlfriend!

    • Chandler: If worse comes to worse, I'll be your boyfriend.
      Monica: (Laughing) Yeah right.

    • Rachel: Well, excuse me, my fashion-impaired friends. I am here to tell you that hats are back.
      Phoebe: And this time they've ganged up to form one giant, super hat!

    • Joey: (To Bonnie) We're playing strip Happy Days game!
      Bonnie: Cool! I'll catch up! (Takes off her sweater)

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Monica: Strip Happy Days Game?
      Joey: Well, I couldn't find any cards, so it was either this or Strip Bag-of-old-knitting-stuff.

      Happy Days was an American television sitcom that presented an idealized version of American life in late 1950s and early 1960s America.

    • Phoebe Sr.: All right, the man in the picture is Chuck Mangione.
      Phoebe: My Father is Chuck Mangione?
      Phoebe Sr.: No, no, that's just Chuck Mangione.

      This alludes to famed jazz flugelhornist Chuck Mangione, whose music was popular in the '70s, including his best-known track "Feels So Good" from 1977.

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