Goof: Joshua's mother, thinking that Rachel is a hooker says, "Joshua, that five-hundred dollars was for groceries". This doesn't ring true at all. Joshua is a grown man who is obviously well off (he bought a complete wardrobe from Bloomingdale's and was an investor in a nightclub). He is only staying at his parent's while his own apartment is being renovated, not a dependant still living at home where his parents have to provide him with grocery money when they're away.
Goof: When Rachel shoos the birds into the hall, the chicken turns around and heads away from the guys' door. When Joey opens the door, the chicken is right outside the door.
Magna Doodle: WORK (in a prohibitory sign)
Goof: When Monica tells Rachel what she is cooking, and Rachel says "I really get crabby when I cook" she crosses her arms and in a flash they are on the counter again.
Goof: Rachel pretended that she was trying out the dress for Bloomingdale's and then she "wrote" in her notepad "America not ready." Why wouldn't she have used that as an excuse to go and change before going to dinner?
Goof: When Rachel is sitting down on Joshua's couch wearing her "new dress", her legs are crossed and uncrossed between shots.
Factual Error: At one point during the episode, Ross mentions Incredible Hulk #72, a comic book which wasn't published until 2004, so didn't exist as of this episode.
Chandler: (about Phoebe carrying a drum) Hey! Wow, it is true what they say. Pregnant bellies look like a drum.
Alice: (to Phoebe) Since there are three babies, and, um, we both got to put our names in... we would be truly honored if you would name the other boy baby.
Phoebe: Ooh, ooh, wow! That's so great! (thinks for a moment) Oh! Oh! ..."Cougar!"
Alice: You think about it...
Joey: (about what to name Phoebe's baby) Ooh, ooh, Pheebs! You want a strong name? How about, "The Hulk"?
Phoebe: No, I'm not sure about "Hulk", but I like the idea of a name starting with "The."
Chandler: You're crazy! Okay? This is Emily. Emily... is straight!
Ross: How do you know? We thought Carol was straight before I married her.
Phoebe: (thinking) Yeah... definitely... I don't like the name "Ross".
Ross: (hurt and confused) What a weird way to kick me when I'm down...
Joey: (to Chandler) Yours is the stupidest name I've heard in my life. It's not even a name. It's barely even a word. It's kinda like chandelier, but it's not!
Chandler: (about his name) No, no, you're right... it is a ridiculous name!
Joey: It's not that bad...
Chandler: Yes it is! From now on I have no first name!
Joey: So... you're just "Bing"?
Chandler: (thinks about it briefly) I have no name!
Joey: What's up with Gene?
Monica: You wore your nightie to dinner?
Rachel: Oh, yeah! And, uh, the best part though, was when the, uh, waiter spilled water down my back, I jumped up... and my boob popped out!
Monica: Oh, no!
Rachel: Yeah... it's alright, I got nice boobs...
Chandler: Okay, okay, help! Am I a "Mark" or a "John"?
Joey: Well, you're not tall enough to be a "Mark"... but you might make a good "Barney".
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Rachel a její večerní šaty (Rachel and Her Evening Gown)
Guest star John Bennett Perry who plays Joshua's father is Matthew Perry's real-life father.
Joshua, Rachel's boyfriend in this episode, is played by Tate Donovan, who was Jennifer Aniston's boyfriend at the time.
This episode runs 23:30 on DVD (a typical sitcom runs about 22:00).
Chandler: I have no name.
Phoebe: Alright, so, what are we supposed to call you?
Chandler: Okay, uh, for now, temporarily, you can call me, Clint.
This is a reference to Clint Eastwood and his early spaghetti westerns in which he was known as "The man with no name".
Chandler: There are no famous Joeys. Except for Joey Buttafuoco.
Joey: Yeah, that guy really hurt us.
Joey Buttafuoco made headlines in 1992 for his affair with a then-underage Amy Fisher, who subsequently shot Joey's wife, Mary Jo Buttafuoco, in the face.
Joey: Name one famous person named Chandler.
Chandler: Raymond Chandler.
Joey: Someone you didn't make up.
Raymond Chandler was an author of crime stories, novels and screenplays.
Ross: Actually that's not true. In The Incredible Hulk, uh, number 72, Dr. Bruce Banner found ... You know, never mind. My girlfriend's a lesbian.
The Hulk (Dr. Robert Bruce Banner), sometimes referred to as "The Incredible Hulk", is a fictional character appearing in the Marvel Comics Universe. Created by Stan Lee and Jack Kirby, he has since become one of Marvel Comics' most recognized superheroes, appearing in a popular television show, The Incredible Hulk, and numerous films.
Ross: Didn't you see Personal Best?
Personal Best is a 1982 movie centered on a group of women who are trying to qualify for the Olympic Games track-and-field team.