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  • Season 3 Episode 25: The One at the Beach

  • 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.

  • Season 3 Episode 24: The One with the Ultimate...

  • Trivia: Chandler asks if there is a town somewhere called Sample so that when you enter it the sign says "You're in Sample". There are four towns called Sample in the United States one in Colorado, Kentucky, Pennsylvania, and Texas.

  • Goof: Ross bought an Ultimate Fighting Combo, a large pop and popcorn, at the fight. However, after Ross and Monica sit down, they are never seen again. Furthermore, when Monica talks to Pete at the ring, you can see that the combo was not set on the floor.

  • Trivia: Near the end of the episode Hoshi yells "What the hell are you talking about?" in another language.

  • Goof: When Chandler's boss is slapping all the guys on the butt, on the side of the table closest to the camera there has a notepad with a pen on it. When the guy comes back in to get his briefcase, the pen is gone.

  • Factual Error: In the opening of the episode, Monica lists a number of tactics as legal in the UFC due to a lack of rules. Included are hair pulling and biting, both of which are in fact illegal in UFC matches. While biting has always been illegal in UFC matches, hair pulling was in fact legal in 1997, the date this show aired.

  • Factual Error: In 1997, the time the episode took place, New York had banned the UFC and MMA fights from taking place.

  • Goof: When Robin Williams calls Billy Crystal an obscenity, Monica's purse goes from on her lap, to on her shoulder, and back to her lap.

  • Goof: In the scene with Robin Williams and Billy Crystal, there is a shot of Rachel with her hair is hanging straight down. When the camera angle changes there is a section of hair behind her ear. In the shot after that it is hanging straight, and is then behind her ears again.

  • Trivia: When the gang is in the coffee house, after the opening credits, Chandler is drinking a Yoohoo, which is seen in many episodes. When you look at the bottle, Yoohoo is spelled Yooh.

  • Season 3 Episode 23: The One with Ross's Thing

  • Trivia: The guy who plays Vince's colleague also appears in "The One Where Rachel Has a Baby" and "The One with All The Thanksgivings."

  • Factual Error: The second doctor Ross sees invites two other people in to see Ross's "thing." However, a doctor must get a patient's consent to bring in other people, even if it is for a consult. This is a rule in the HIPPA guidelines to protect a patient's privacy.

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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living