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Goof: At the end of the episode, a blue-green mat can be seen in the background after Monica falls and bites her tongue.
When Phoebe asks Rachel what if she wants anything, she says that she wants a chamomile tea and a blueberry muffin. However, she was listening to Joey when he said that he wanted all of the muffins.
Goof: At the party Rachel says to Ross "I'm not you. This may be the only wedding I'll ever have." Even if it wasn't her dream wedding, she did already have one when she married Ross a few years prior in "The One in Vegas (2)."
Goof: When the group is leaving for the party Monica says she has the keys and they are driving. Monica drives a Porsche, which fits only two people, maybe three max. Originally all of the friends and Parker were planning on riding together. There is no way that seven of them would have fit it Monica's Porsche. Even with Ross and Rachel taking a cab, the other five could not have fit.
Continuity: In this episode, Phoebe's apartment is number 16, but in "The One With Joey's New Brain" she said that she lived at 5 Morton Street Apt. 14.
Continuity: In this episode they are celebrating the Geller's 35th wedding anniversary. Also, in "The One with Rachel's Book" it is revealed that the Geller's got married because Jack got Judy pregnant with Ross. This mean Ross would have to be about 35 years old. Since this episode aired in 2002, Ross would have been born in 1967.
However, Ross's year of birth is inconsistent. In "The Pilot" (1994) Ross says he is 26, implying he was born in 1967. Also, in "The One Where Monica and Richard are Just Friends" (1997) he says he is 29. However in the next season in "The One Where They're Going to Party" Ross also says he is 29, implying he was born in 1968. Furthermore, in the next season in "The One Where Phoebe Hates PBS" Ross says he is about to get divorced again before he's thirty, implying he is still 29 and born in 1969. Also, in "The One with the Video Tape," Ross claims that he backpacked across Europe in 1983 then whispers to himself "I was thirteen?" implying he was born in 1969 or 1970.
Now another continuity issue appears. In "The One Where Rosita Dies" Jack Geller says that Ross was a medical marvel, since the doctor said Judy couldn't get pregnant, implying that they were already married. So would Ross really be 35 at the time of this episode?
Continuity: When Ross describes the fake proposal, he says that the planetarium was where he and Rachel had their first date. That's not true. They went to the planetarium on their second date. For their first date they went to the movies, as seen in "The One Where Ross and Rachel...You Know".
Goof: When Ross was talking about Chi-Chi, their childhood dog, he said Monica rode "her". When Parker was looking at the picture, Monica said "he" passed away years ago.
Goof: The large photo at the reception shows Jack and Judy in Monica's kitchen wearing the same outfits they have on there. They did not visit the apartment before the reception, or have enough time to get the photo printed. Nor does it seem likely that they happened to be at a party there with a professional photographer in exactly the same outfits.
Trivia: The picture on Ross's t-shirt is the American Sign Language gesture for "Friends."
Goof: In the opening scene when Joey is trying to explain how he fell in love, a coat with a silver scarf and some pink flowers are visible in the background. After Joey says "It's Rachel" the coat, the scarf and the flowers are suddenly gone.
Continuity: In this episode, Monica comforts Chandler by saying she does not believe in soul mates. However, in "The One with Chandler and Monica's Wedding (2)" she calls Chandler her soul mate in her wedding vows.
Magna Doodle: A drawing of a worried face
Trivia: The waiter in the restaurant where Joey tells Rachel how he feels, is the same waiter in "The One with the Blind Dates".
Continuity: In this episode, Mona comes back from vacation and Ross tells her that the baby started kicking. But in the last episode "The One with the Secret Closet" Mona was in town to experience Ross's baby kicking. She would've known of the baby kicking because Ross abandoned her at the movie theaters to check on Rachel.
Goof: When Chandler shows the birthing video to Monica, the actual tape is still on the coffee table.
Goof: When Monica, Chandler, and Rachel are watching the birthing video, Rachel turns away and says, "Oh My God, did her ass explode?" Courteney Cox, who is slightly hiding her face, suddenly buries it completely in in her hands, so the audience won't see her break.
Magna Doodle: A drawing of a guy on a motorcycle
Continuity: Phoebe says that she had never tasted taffy before, but in "The One with the Chicken Pox" she says that when she met Ryan, she was playing guitar and he gave her taffy. Maybe she didn't eat it, but that's unlikely.
Trivia: When Joey is talking to Chandler about Rachel just having moved in with Ross, Joey is drinking juice. On the juice bottle the brand name is partly blacked out. Instead of "Minute Maid", it says "Vinut Vaia".
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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living