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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.
Continuity: How is Ross's tan from the previous episode gone? It doesn't go away that quickly.
Trivia: There are a number of references to the fact that Rachel couldn't stop laughing when Ross first kissed her, but that isn't true. The reason she couldn't stop laughing was because Ross "had his hand on her ass". The "kissing" had been fine up to that point.
Goof: Ross was instructed that after his front was sprayed, he should count to five, pat himself down to avoid drips, then turn. By the time he reached "...three Mississippi", the spray started again. In other words, even if he hadn't counted using "Mississippi", he still wouldn't have had time to pat himself down and turn before the second spray.
Goof: When Monica was mocking Amanda, Chandler asked her if she was trying to do a British accent. In the next shot we see part of Chandler and his lips are moving, but there's no sound.
Trivia: Rachel and Joey keep talking about how Chandler and Monica were able to go from friends to a couple and wondering why it wasn't weird for them. Rachel has done this too, except with Ross and besides her initial laughing when Ross was first kissing her, it wasn't at all weird for her and Ross to go from being friends to something more.
Trivia: In this episode Rachel and Joey returned home from dinner both thinking the other had paid. Rachel and Chandler did the same thing in "The One With All the Cheesecakes."
Goof: After Rachel talks to Chandler and Monica, Joey comes in. Rachel tells Joey that there's no problem, and they can leave. When they leave, the door stays open. However, when the camera angle turns to Chandler and Monica two seconds later, the door being closed is clearly audible.
Note: The sound of the closing door comes from Joey's apartment, not Chandler and Monica's.
Magna Doodle: Emma (with a drawing of a teddy bear)
Trivia: Ross burns his hands on two occasions in this episode from forgetting to wear oven mitts. Apparently, burning his hands is Ross's "thing". In "The One with the Inappropriate Sister", he burns himself from picking up one of the charred balls that Joey and Chandler were using to play "Fireball"; in "The One with the Tea Leaves", he burns himself taking Mona's spare key from its hiding place above the hall lamp, and in "The One with the Lottery", he burns his hand rubbing a lamp, suggesting mockingly that maybe a Genie will appear to help them win the lottery.
Trivia: In this episode Frank Jr. and Phoebe joke about her taking one of the triplets. In "The One with the Triplets" when the triplets were born, Phoebe asked Rachel to talk to Frank Jr. about Phoebe keeping one.
Goof: In the end of previous episode, Ross opens the door and Rachel says "I'm so sorry" and squashes her breasts together. Although this episode begins with the same scene, he opens the door and they go straight into conversation instead.
Goof: When Monica & Chandler are at Bill & Colleen's house, Chandler has to go to the bathroom to wash his hands. Colleen says "The bathroom is down the hall, to your left." But as she says this, she points to the right with her thumb.
Factual Error: If Ross really was holding the sizzling fajitas like that for as long as he was without any gloves, he would be in the emergency room.
Trivia: Monica is humming what she believes to be "Bolero" from the movie "10". Chandler corrects her, pointing out that it is "Ride of the Valkyries" from the movie "Apocalypse Now". This is an exact reversal of a scene from "The One in Vegas", where Chandler begins humming what he believes to be "The Wedding March" and Monica corrects him, pointing out that it is in fact "The Graduation Song" (Pomp and Circumstance).
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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living