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Trivia: Throughout the series, the most accident-prone of all the "Friends" proved to be Ross and Rachel. Except for Joey's arm-in-a-sling period (to cover up a real injury to Matt LeBlanc) the others don't seem to get injured the way Ross and Rachel do. Ross, for example, got his nose broken from an errant hockey puck, banged his head on a laundromat dryer door, fell into an open grave and injured his back, burned his hands on five separate occasions, caught his fingers in a folding stroller, got beaten up mercilessly while playing Rugby, got kicked in the head when Rachel was giving birth, and broke his thumb while trying to punch Joey, and afterwards, got punched by Joey--twice!. Then there's Rachel, who fell down and cut her head when meeting Ross at the airport, got a fat lip on two separate occasions, once from a woman at the airport and once while doing a cheer-leading routine to impress Joshua, had her rib cracked when Monica fell on her wearing roller skates and sprained her ankle falling from the balcony while taking down Christmas lights. Both of them were limping by the end of "The One Where the Monkey Gets Away" from kicking a metal sign post. In short, Ross and Rachel were definitely made for each other.
Trivia: Rachel's bra size is 32C.
Goof: When chasing Rachel to the airport in Phoebe's cab, Ross tries to toss a coin into the toll bucket and it bounces off the window. However Phoebe begins to drive forward, even though they never actually paid the toll.
Trivia: It is revealed that at one time or another all of the friends have lived in Monica's Grandmother's apartment. The same is also true of Joey's apartment.
Trivia: All of the children born on this show (excluding the triplets) are related. Jack and Erika (Chandler and Monica's children) are brother and sister, as are their cousins Ben and Emma. Possibly due to the fact that Ben and Emma have a different mother, they are never seen together at any time throughout the series.
Continuity: In this episode, Joey and Chandler are unable to get Chick Jr. and Duck Jr. out of the foosball table because it is all glued together. However, in "The One With The Embryos," when they are moving their stuff into Monica and Rachel's apartment, Chandler moves the top part of the Foosball table separately.
Goof: When the doctor offers Monica and Chandler the chance to cut their first child's umbilical cord, the navel of the (actor) baby can be seen briefly on screen, revealing that there isn't even a fake umbilical cord.
Goof: When Rachel attempts to board the plane the first time, the man at the desk looks at her passport upside down.
Goof: When Rachel hands over her passport before she gets on the plane to Paris, the picture is clearly of a woman with very dark hair. Since Rachel has never had hair that dark throughout the series and you must renew your passport every 10 years in the United States, this clearly isn't a picture of her.
Trivia: The color of the keys laid down at the end of the episode by each friend corresponds to the colored dots between the letters in the Friends title (red, yellow, and blue).
Trivia: In this episode Phoebe asked Ross if he had ever chased someone to the airport. Actually, in "The One with the Free Porn" Ross chased Emily to the airport.
Continuity: Every time there has been a birth among the friends the entire group was at the hospital waiting. This is seen in "The One with the Birth" with Carol giving birth to Ross's son Ben; Also, in "The One Hundredth" with Phoebe giving birth to her brother's triplets; And in "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby" with Rachel giving birth to Ross's daughter Emma. Now when Monica and Chandler, two of the Friends, are finally having the babies they have been waiting for, not one of their friends even visit.
Continuity: In this episode Joey didn't know that when Chandler took Chick and Duck to a farm, it meant they died. But in "The One with the Thumb" he knows that when you take a pet to farm, it means that it has been "put to sleep".
Magna Doodle: A drawing of mountain climbers
Goof: At the end of the episode, the friends all lay their apartment keys on the counter. When the camera angle changes, the position of the keys on the kitchen counter changes, although no one moved them.
Trivia: Chandler says the final phrase of the show. When the friends decide to get coffee, he ironically says "Where?". Chandler also says the final sentence in the Pilot episode.
Factual Error: The jet bridge on Rachel's plane is on the right side. However, jet bridges attach to the left side of the plane, since the forward galley would be on the right side, and passengers would not be boarded through the galley.
Continuity: In "The One with Rachel's Going Away Party" Phoebe said that in six months, the statute of limitations would run out and she would be allowed to fly internationally again. If this is true, how would Phoebe have been able to purchase a ticket? Her name would have popped up on a "No Flying" list. (However, it is not revealed to what destination Ross buys tickets for him and Phoebe, so it's possible it was within U.S. borders. In fact it was more than likely since Ross asked for the cheapest tickets available.)
Goof: After Rachel gets on the plane, when Ross and Phoebe are hugging, the camera zooms out and the end of the set on the floor is visible.
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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living