NBC (ended 2004)




  • Season 10 Episode 20: The Last One (2)

  • Goof: If Rachel was all packed up, then why is Emma's "E" still hanging on the wall in Rachel's room?

  • Trivia: By the end of the show, all six of the friends have been married at one time or another except for Joey.

  • Season 10 Episode 19: The Last One (1)

  • Trivia: In "The One with the Cop", Ross was revealed to have kept count of how many times he and Rachel slept together when they were dating, and brags twice that it was 298 times. He and Rachel would later sleep together sometime in Season 7 which resulted in Rachel's pregnancy and the birth of baby Emma. By this episode, they did it once again and that would make it their 300th time, a new record for them which interestingly enough, Ross was not bragging about.

  • Goof: In the hospital when Erica is giving birth and the camera is on the doctor, the door to the room is closed. However, when the camera angle changes, the door is wide open even though no one had entered or exited.

  • Continuity: Chandler said he's never been alone with Erica. However, they were alone together in "The One with the Birth Mother" where he asks her to forgive him and Monica for lying to her and tells her how much they want the baby.

  • 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.

  • Trivia: In many of the episodes throughout the series, when the camera shows the outdoor logo on the window of Central Perk in the beginning of a scene, the friends are not sitting in their normal seats even if the next shot shows the gang sitting on the couch. That's because establishing shots of Central Perk are filmed separately using extras sitting in the coffeehouse and are then edited into the various episodes.

  • Phoebe's Songs:
    "Best Day Ever" 
     Aahh, aahh, aahh... 
     When the sun comes up, bright and beaming! 
     And the moon comes...

    "Don't Take No" 
     Bum bum bum Don't take no for an answer! 
     Bum bum bum Don't let love fly away! 
     Bum bum bum bum bum bum...

  • Continuity: In "The One Where Rachel has a Baby (2)" Monica mentions that she is going to name her first son Daniel. She and Chandler name the boy baby "Jack" after her father instead.

  • Continuity: Chandler and Monica named their baby boy Jack. However in "The One with the Blind Dates" they promised to name him Joey, because Joey caught them having sex in front of Emma.

  • Trivia: In the scene where Monica and Chandler hold their twins for the first time, a nurse can be heard paging "Dr. Matthew Perry" and "Dr. Green" on the intercom.

  • Goof: In the scene where Monica and Chandler are holding their twins for the first time, the hospital ID bracelets on Chandler's wrist appear and disappear depending on the camera angle.

  • Goof: Monica has named her boy-twin, Jack, after her father. However, Monica is Jewish, and in Jewish culture, it is considered very bad luck to name a child after someone who is still alive (the superstition is that naming a child after a living person can cause that person to die). Therefore, Monica would have had to go through a process to get permission from a rabbi to name her son after her living father.

  • Season 10 Episode 16: The One With Rachel's Goi...

  • Goof: Not really a goof, but yet another example of how broadcast dates don't necessarily coincide with the dates of depicted events. When Monica and Chandler first meet Erica in "The One with the Birth Mother", it is early January and Erica is two months pregnant. It is now the end of April and she is giving birth--four months later. So, either the babies are three months premature, or the events of this episode don't take place in late April. Another possibility is that Monica and Chandler's first meeting with Erica didn't take place in early January, even though that's when the episode aired. The only way to be certain of when events occur is if the day is referred to in the episode--such as Thanksgiving or New-Year's Eve, or in other cases when the date is specifically mentioned for some reason, such as Chandler and Monica's wedding day (May 15th, mentioned in "The One with the Cheap Wedding Dress").

  • Trivia: Phoebe gives Rachel a baggie with a Q-tip in it containing her saliva so that Rachel can clone her own Phoebe when in Paris. This is the second time Phoebe has given someone a present in a baggie. The first time was in "The One with Phoebe's Cookies" wherein she gives Monica and Chandler her one remaining chocolate-chip cookie in a baggie. Both baggie "gifts" received approximately the same less-than-enthusiastic response.

  • Goof: Erica is supposedly over eight months pregnant with twins, and considering the twins size when they were born, she would be much bigger than she is in this episode.

  • Magna Doodle: Joey... Call Reid

  • Goof: Erica told Monica and Ross that she was going to finish packing. However, seconds later Joey and Chandler were packing in the guest room, since Monica and Chandler were moving out. However, the guest room belonged to Erica during her stay in the apartment.
    Note: Ross asks Monica why Erica isn't staying with them and Monica says she put Erica up in a hotel because they're moving in a few days. In other words, Erica was never in the guest room.

  • Continuity: Phoebe says, "In six months the statute of limitations runs out and I can travel internationally again." Since we haven't seen her commit any crimes that would bar her from international travel, it must have happened a long time ago. There are two problems with this. A couple of seasons ago she was disappointed that being pregnant meant she couldn't go to London for Ross and Emily's wedding. Earlier this season she was in Barbados. The statute would have still been in effect for those two events.

  • Goof: When Ross fears that Rachel is going to talk with him, the volume and the color of his beer changes between shots.

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