Frank Buffay Jr.
Goof: In Central Perk, just after Monica asks Frank Jr. and Alice how they met, a microphone drops into view above Ross's head.
Goof: When Chandler opens up the magazine to show Monica and Rachel a picture of Pete, he opens it up and we are able to see a fully yellow page. When the camera angle changes the visible page of the magazine is covered in articles.
Continuity: Gunther stops Chandler from smoking in Central Perk, but previously he didn't stop him in "The One with the Thumb." (Maybe Central Perk's rules changed.)
Goof: When Pete is outside Monica's door and the six friends are inside looking out, production lights are visible above the set over Monica's apartment.
Goof: When Frank Jr is sitting in front of the TV while Davey and Goliath is on, his hand is along the edge of the TV set. When Phoebe walks in, his arm is straight out. Then when Mrs. Knight comes in, his head is straight down and the arm is back along the edge.
Goof: In the diner scene when Rachel makes the comment about working in fashion, she has a spoon in her left hand. When the camera angle changes her hand is empty, and then she is holding a piece of bread.
Goof: Just after Chandler has used the chapstick, a tissue magically appears in his hand.
Goof: When Chandler asks for chapstick, his hands are in his coat pockets. When the camera angle changes, his hands are clasped in front of him.
Goof: After Mrs. Knight sits down with Phoebe's brother in Central Perk, keep an eye on the strap of her handbag. It changes position at least half a dozen times.
Alice: (Meeting Phoebe for the first time) Frank told me so much about you, but you're not how I pictured you at all.
Phoebe: Yeah. I'm the big surprise.
Rachel: (About Pete's tip) Oh, my God. I can't believe this is a real $20,000 check. Oh, this is just so exciting.
Monica: Or incredibly offensive.
Rachel: Oh yeah, sure, that too.
Phoebe: So, how was your day?
Frank: Oh, well just probably the worst one since I've been alive.
Phoebe: What, mm, what happened?
Frank: Um, Alice, ah, she, ah, called it off.
Phoebe: Oh no. Did, um, did she say why?
Frank: Uh, no, not really, just that I was too young, you know. But I don't see how I could all of the sudden be too young, 'cause I'm older than I was when we first got together.
Monica: (About the large tip Pete left her) Seriously, what is this supposed to mean?
Pete: Well, you know, I never know how much to tip.
Monica: You're supposed to double the tax. Not double the tax of Romania.
Phoebe: (to Joey) You're Frank's best man?!
Joey: I couldn't help it. Their love is so pure.
Phoebe: Well then, (to Ross) what about you?! Huh?!
Ross: I'm the ring bearer.
Alice: You know, I mean, really we do realize that there's an age difference between us?
Phoebe: Oh good! Okay. 'Cause you were acting like you didn't.
Joey: (To Ross) So, we're walking down the street, and I turn to you and say: "Hey, let's go hang out at Totally Nude Nudes," remember? And then you turn to me and say, "Nah, let's just hang out at your place." Well, that was a nice move, dumb-ass.
Rachel: (About Pete asking Monica out) Well, I mean, are you sure you wanna go out with her? I mean, that ain't a pretty picture in the morning. That wig all in disarray, and boobs flung over the nightstand.
Monica: I mean, really, think about it.
Pete: Oh, I will.
Phoebe: What, he's 18.
Ross: Exactly, it'll be illegal for him to drink at his own bachelor party.
Joey: Yeah or to get a hooker.
Chandler: Always illegal, Joe.
Ross: It's just that hypnosis is beyond crap.
Rachel: Ross, I watched you get hypnotized in Atlantic City.
Ross: Hey, that guy did not hypnotize me! Okay?
Rachel: Oh right, 'cause you always pull your pants down at the count of three and play "Wipe Out" on your butt cheeks.
Joey: So, Ross. If you had a million dollars, what's the first thing you'd buy?
Ross: I'd probably get some municipal bonds, and then put the rest of the money in the bank and live off the interest.
Joey: Well, we've heard from Dr. Fun.
Ross: (To Frank Jr.) All we're saying is, don't rush into anything.
Joey: Yeah, come on, think about it. You're eighteen. Okay. She's forty-four. When you're thirty-six, she's gonna be eighty-eight.
Frank Jr.: You think I don't know that?
Frank Jr.: You know, I would storm out of here right now, if I had some money, or a place to go ...
Chandler: (About his briefcase) You know, I forgot the combination to this a year ago? I just carry it around.
Monica: The only reason you want to go out with me is because of the blond wig, and the big boobs, and the fact that I serve you food.
Pete: Well, if that were true I'd be dating my Aunt Ruth. And the two times we went out, it was just plain awkward.
Voice on Tape: You are a strong, confident woman who does not need to smoke... (Tape cuts off)
Joey: (On tape) Joey is your best friend... You want to make him a cheese sandwich every day... You also want to buy him hundreds of dollars of pants...
Gunther: (Takes a drag off of Chandler's cigarette) Oh, Dark Mother ... once again I suckle at your smoky teat.
The exterior for the diner was also an actual diner in NYC, called Moondance Diner. In fact, Jonathan Larson, the creator of the Broadway show, RENT, worked there for years while developing the show.
International Episode Titles:
Czech Republic: Hypnotická kúra (Hypnotic Treatment)
Jeffrey David Brooks, who played Trent in this episode, also appeared in "The One with the Screamer" where he played the Stage Manager and "The One with Rachel's Sister" where he played the Male Patron.
This is the first appearance of Debra Jo Rupp as Alice Knight. Alice was in 6 episodes of Friends.
This is the first appearance of Jon Favreau as Pete Becker. Pete was in 6 episodes of Friends.
Music: "That's Amore" by Dean Martin
David Schwimmer and Jon Favreau were both in Love & Sex, a 2000 romance comedy film.
Jennifer Aniston and Jon Favreau were both in The Break-Up, a 2006 comedy film.
Lisa Kudrow and Debra Jo Rupp were both in Clockwatchers, a 1997 comedy/drama.
Introduced in this episode is the Magna Doodle, which is stuck to the wall beside the door in Chandler and Joey's apartment. Later this becomes a running gag. Paul Swain, the Electrical Best Boy, draws the art on the Magna Doodle.
The exterior used for the diner that Monica works at is the same restaurant that Mary-Jane Watson works at in the movie Spider-Man.
This episode runs 23:34 on DVD (a typical sitcom runs about 22:00).
Rachel: Monica, last Saturday night, what happened on Walker, Texas Ranger?
Monica: Well, um, Walker was looking for this big bus load of kids. Alright, I get your point.
Walker, Texas Ranger was an American television western/police dramatic series, created by Leslie Greif and Paul Haggis.
Ross: Hey, that guy did not hypnotize me! Okay?
Rachel: Oh right, 'cuz you always pull your pants down at the count of three and play "Wipe Out" on your butt cheeks.
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