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Goof: Joey has his first audition in the morning and they agree to give him a second chance that afternoon. The next scene, where Phoebe and Ross are mugged, is at night. Then in the following scene, Joey enters Monica's apartment and announces that he is auditioning again that afternoon.
Trivia: During the this episode Phoebe comments back to Monica "I'm sorry I have friends outside the six of us." This is a joke relating to the the first few title ideas for Friends, one of them being "Six of One" and "Friends Like Us."
Trivia: Phoebe revealed that she's older than Ross, and because of that, she's also older than Chandler, Joey, Monica, and Rachel.
Goof: The cans and bottles Joey is holding change between shots.
Goof: Why would Rachel ask Phoebe to set her up with someone? In the previous episode, Gavin was still very interested.
Goof: The restaurant menus where Rachel has dinner with Steve are the same ones used in "The One with Phoebe's Birthday Dinner", even though it's not the same restaurant.
Magna Doodle: A drawing of three ABC blocks stacked on top of each other
Trivia: The waiter was also the waiter in "The One Where Joey Tells Rachel".
Goof: Near the end of the episode, when Rachel and Ross are talking in Central Perk, Rachel keeps switching from wearing a necklace to not wearing a necklace between shots.
Continuity: In this episode Phoebe sets up Rachel with Steve for a blind date. Although they act as if they've never met before, they did in "The One with the Stoned Guy" when Rachel served as Monica's waitress.
Continuity: Take a look at Joey's eyebrows. In the previous episode he had them waxed, which occurred 5 days earlier as stated by Rachel. But in this episode his eyebrows are thick and bushy. There is no way he could have regrown his eyebrows in 5 days.
Goof: When Mike and Phoebe are talking about getting rid of the baby rats, Phoebe puts the box on the coffee table. When the camera angle changes to Mike, the box is back in her lap.
Goof: When Ross and Chandler race to Ross's apartment, they do so to stop Joey from making his move on the nanny. Presumably if Joey had not followed the nanny, they would all still be at Rachel's party. Why then, has the nanny arranged for her girlfriend to turn up, and for her to leave for the night? She didn't know Ross would be there until he arrives a few minutes previously.
Goof: In the scene where Monica tells Rachel that somebody got her shoes as a birthday gift, Rachel sits on the sofa next to Monica to open the box. When they see the rats in the box, Monica and Rachel jumps off the sofa. However, right in the next shot Monica is sitting on the sofa quite in the same position she was in before.
Trivia: It is revealed in this episode that Chandler's had worked in Statistical Analysis and Data Reconfiguration. He also mentioned this occupation for the first time in Season 8, episode 21, "The One with the Cooking Class".
Continuity: Rachel tells Gavin she has been working at Ralph Lauren for five years. But she got the job in "The One with Rachel's Inadvertent Kiss" which was near the end of Season 5, meaning she has worked there for less than four years.
Continuity: In this episode Rachel says she was going back to work in two weeks, but in "The One with the Male Nanny" she said she was going back in four weeks and that was in November. This episode takes place in January, eight weeks later.
Continuity: In the boardroom scene from "The One with Phoebe's Birthday Dinner", everyone present was an avid smoker. In this episode's boardroom scene, even though most of the same people are present, no one is smoking and there is only one ashtray briefly visible on the table.
Goof: It seems highly unlikely that Ross and Rachel would not have their daughter, Emma, on Christmas.
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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living