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When Rachel is reading to Emma on one shot you can see the toy on Rachel's lap and the next shot it's off her lap.
Continuity: When Charlie and Benjamin are at the restaurant, Benjamin says "I can't believe you chose this restaurant. You remember that night?" To which Charlie replies "I can't believe they let us back in here." However in "The One with the Fertility Test" it shows that Charlie has never been to New York before.
Goof: When Phoebe tells Rachel and Monica that Mike lets her keep her box of hairs Rachel's chopsticks are down, by the plate. In the next shot, she's holding them close to her mouth.
Magna Doodle: A drawing of a dog chewing on the leg bones of a skeleton.
Continuity: In this episode, Monica is mortified at the thought of hanging "Gladys" in her apartment. But in the flashback episodes when Monica and Phoebe were roommates, Gladys can be seen hanging in Monica's apartment on the wall to the left of the front door.
Trivia: In Joey's commercial from Japan, "Ichiban - Lipstick For Men", the term "ichiban" means "the best" or "first." At the end of the commercial, Joey actually says "Saikoo!", which is conversational Japanese for "best" or "supreme."
When Ross took Emma's hat off in the cafe we can hear him saying something, but his lips are not moving.
In 'The one where Rachel has a baby" http://www.tv.com/shows/friends/the-one-where-rachel-has-a-baby-2-130045/ Phoebe and Ross are looking into the nursery as Emma is brought in by one of the nurses. The card in the baby capsule reads "Emma Geller-Greene". Whereas in http://www.tv.com/shows/friends/the-one-with-the-cake-275828/ the cake that Ross brings in says 'Green'.
Magna Doodle: A drawing of an apple with a bullet that's been fired through it
Goof: When Monica and Chandler are on the couch at the coffee house and Chandler says that the adoption people loved the idea of having a child write the letter, we can see his hand on Monica's lower arm. When the camera angle changes to Monica, Chandlers hand is close to her shoulder.
Continuity: Phoebe says she and Mike had their first date, their first kiss, and had sex for the first time all on the same night. Yet their first date was set up by Joey and turned out to be such a disaster that Phoebe left and didn't see Mike again until the next day when he asked her out again. Which means that Phoebe and Mike couldn't possibly have had sex on the night of their actual first date.
Continuity: In this episode Monica says she can't get Chandler to have sex in their bathroom, and he replies that "that's where people go number two." But in "The One After the Super Bowl (2)" Chandler is more than happy to meet Susie Moss, played by Julia Roberts, in a public bathroom when he thinks they're going to have sex.
Continuity: When Estelle tells Joey he needs a monologue for his audition, he says he doesn't have a monologue. But in "The One in Barbados (1)" Joey says that he memorized a monologue from Star Wars for auditions.
Goof: At Emma's first birthday, her half-brother Ben and her maternal grandparents and aunts are not in attendance. If the party was for people that were close to Emma and her family, why wasn't anyone from Rachel's family there?
Continuity: Emma was born in May during season 8's finale, However, in this episode her birthday is celebrated in October.
Goof: When Joey asked Jack and Judy Geller if their gift to Emma could be from all three of them, Jack asked Joey "Which one are you?" However, there are only three men in the Friends "group." Ross is Jack's son, and Chandler is his son-in-law (and Jack has known Chandler for years since he was Ross's college roommate). So with whom was Jack confusing Joey?
Phoebe's Song: "Emma"
Emma, your name poses a dilemma,
'Cause not much else rhymes with Emma.
Maybe the actor Richard Crenna,
he played the commanding officer in Rambo.
Happy Birthday Emma!
Magna Doodle: Happy, happy 1
Goof: Phoebe is the only one who is not asked to record a message to Emma for her 18th birthday video.
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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living