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Goof: When Monica collapses onto the beanbag chair at the very end of the episode, we can see the bottom of her fat suit below the hem of her skirt.
Continuity: This episode confirms the fact that Chandler and Rachel met in 1987 at the Geller's house for Thanksgiving, as seen in "The One with the Thanksgiving Flashbacks". The flashback seen in this episode is also from 1987, and Monica is still mad at Chandler for calling her fat.
Goof: When Phoebe and Rachel duck down, they don't go past the top of the couch. Chandler could still easily see their heads.
Trivia: The clips used in this episode are taken from:
"The One Where Monica Gets a Roommate"
"The One with All the Poker"
"The One with the Blackout"
"The One with All the Football"
"The One with the Thanksgiving Flashbacks"
"The One with the Embryos"
"The One with the Girl Who Hits Joey"
"The One on the Last Night"
"The One Where the Underdog Gets Away"
Goof: When Chandler and Monica tell the others about their house, a boom mike is visible at the top of the screen.
Trivia: The cap with the Kangaroo logo donned by Ross at the beginning of this episode is a Kangol, popularized by actor Samuel L. Jackson.
Goof: When Chandler tells Erica that Monica is always right, that's not entirely true. Monica was the one who didn't want to tell Erica who they really were, and Chandler had to convince her to be honest to Erica.
Continuity: Joey has issues with his date eating off his plate, because "Joey doesn't share food." However in "The One Where Rachel Goes Back to Work" Phoebe asks Joey if she can have a bite of his muffin and some coffee and Joey agrees.
Goof: Ross's jacket was open as he was walking in with his date. She could have seen that they were wearing the same shirt already.
Continuity: Joey eats and drinks everything, so it's hard to believe that he wouldn't eat his cheesecake because of the "red crap" on top.
Goof: When Rachel accidentally switches her shopping bag with Ross's and he ends up with her pink sweater, wouldn't you think that her sweater would barely be able to fit Ross, since he and Rachel most likely are not the same size?
Goof: Rachel, Phoebe, Ross and Joey are trying to decide who goes in first using "Rock-Paper-Scissors". The problem is, that game only works with two people.
Goof: When Monica and Chandler are in the kitchen talking about the adoption agency, the studio light reflection is visible bouncing off the balcony window.
Goof: When Chandler tells Joey he can see his fake Rangers hand, Ross takes it off and throws it on the floor in front of him. However when Joey picks it up and throws it into the apartment, the foam finger is suddenly behind him.
Goof: Since Phoebe and Mike are now engaged, wouldn't they spend Thanksgiving together?
Continuity: It's not possible for Rachel to have an old key that works. In "The One Where Rachel Tells..." after Treeger knocks down the door, he clearly states that the door will need a new lock.
Continuity: How could Rachel still have her old key when she gave it to Monica when she moved out in "The One on the Last Night"?
Plus, the four friends who are locked outside Chandler and Monica's apartment can't seem to be able to find a key. Yet, in the series finale, they all leave their own keys to the very same apartment on the counter. Why didn't they use them here?
Goof: When everyone approaches Monica and Chandler to hug them after hearing about the baby, the audio is a few seconds behind the actor's speech. This is clearly noticeable when Rachel mouths "I'm so happy for you," with the audio of that coming in shortly after.
Magna Doodle: A drawing of a giant snail with huge fangs and a little man in a hat yelling, "Help!"
Goof: When Rachel is about to admit her fear of swings, the camera angle switches from the back of her to looking directly at her. After the shot changes back to her, you can clearly tell that the words she says do not match what her lips are saying.
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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living