NBC (ended 2004)




  • Season 2 Episode 15: The One Where Ross and Ra...

  • Goof: While Ross is rearranging the exhibit, a mic is briefly visible at the top of the screen.

  • Continuity: In this episode, Rachel says that she didn't want to wear her glasses on their first date. No one ever mentions Rachel's glasses or even contacts ever again. In "The One with Joey's Big Break", it is also mentioned that Rachel doesn't like to put things in her eyes.

  • Trivia: When Ross and Rachel are in the auditorium, the music heard is by Chris Isaak, who appeared in a previous episode.

  • Season 2 Episode 14: The One with the Prom Video

  • Trivia: Monica says that the camera adds ten pounds. That is actually true; the reason being that the camera only has "one eye". With two eyes, we see "around" objects to a degree, so with only a one-eyed perspective, objects (and people) will appear wider than they really are.

  • Continuity: In "The One with All the Thanksgivings" during the 1987 flashback (which takes place in the Autumn of Ross and Chandler's freshman year of college), Chandler calls Monica fat and she stops eating almost immediately. In the Thanksgiving 1988 flashback, one year later, she is down to her current, slender build. If the prom video is from the end of Chandler and Ross's freshman year in 1988, you have to wonder when Monica started to lose all the weight for Thanksgiving of that same year, only 5 or 6 months away.

  • Continuity: Chandler should not have been surprised by Monica's weight in the video, since as we learn in "The One with All the Thanksgivings", he first met her in 1987 when she was still fat. What's more, he shouldn't have been surprised to see Rachel's original nose ("That's what they use to cover Connecticut") since in "The One Where the Stripper Cries", he not only met her, but even kissed her--and this was before she got her nose job.

  • Goof: In the video, when Monica's date Roy walks out of the room and says "I'm gonna kick Chip's ass," a man with a boom mic is briefly visible sitting on the floor behind him.

  • Continuity: In this episode, Monica's parents take her belongings to her apartment, so they can turn her bedroom into a gym. However, in "The One Where Rosita Dies", her belongings are stored in her parent's garage.

  • Continuity: Chandler seems incredulous at Ross's statement that he's going to spend the summer "working on his music." Since this is the end of Ross and Chandler's freshman year in college, Ross and Chandler have already started their band and talked about it in "The One with All the Thanksgivings".

  • Goof: When Monica turns off the prom video, the reflection on the TV shows her getting up. But in the next scene she is sitting down.

  • Continuity: Joey was surprised that Monica was fat in high school, but he has already seen fat Monica in her yearbook in "The One Where the Monkey Gets Away".

  • Goof: When Phoebe tells Chandler that a girl is "checking him out" she incorrectly says that she is sitting at 11 o' clock. Their perspectives would actually make the girl sitting at 5 o' clock.

  • Season 2 Episode 13: The One After the Super B...

  • Continuity: When Susie Moss takes all of Chandler's clothes, she would have also taken his wallet (containing his aging condom), ID, money and keys. This fact is never dealt with in this or subsequent episodes.

  • Goof: This episode takes place in New York in January. In all the outdoor scenes, everyone, including Chandler, is wearing a winter coat. Chandler's, in particular, is a black, knee-length topcoat. He was not wearing it when he followed Susie Moss to the washroom which means it would still be in the restaurant coat-check. Ross or Joey could have simply brought him his topcoat; it would not have been necessary for him to leave the washroom wearing only panties (of course, that would have robbed us of a classic Friends moment: Chandler leaving the restaurant wearing a washroom stall door). In the final scene of the episode where Phoebe asks Chandler if she can borrow his "G-string", we see that he is still wearing that same black topcoat.

  • Factual Error: Phoebe is an unusual vegetarian. In most cases, you do stick a fork into vegetables to see if they're done.

  • Goof: Monica and Rachel get into a fight and Phoebe breaks it up. Later that night Monica goes out with Jean-Claude Van Damme. In the next fight scene, all three girls are wearing the same clothes again.
    Note: Actually, only Rachel and Phoebe are dressed exactly the same--which makes sense since they both stayed in while Monica went on her brief date with Jean-Claude. Monica, on the other hand, is wearing a different top than she wore during the previous fight, so obviously changed for her date and perhaps changed again, afterwards.

  • Goof: When Chandler leaves the restaurant carrying the door from the bathroom stall, a glimpse of clothing, possibly a pair of shorts, is seen as he maneuvers the door through the tables. This is despite the fact he is supposed to be naked except for a hot pink thong.

  • Trivia: During the Ross and Marcel goodbye scene at the limo, the music heard is a slow version of the chorus of the Friends theme song "I'll be There for You."

  • Trivia: After Ross's date with Marcel is broken, he, Chandler, Joey, and their dates have dinner at a restaurant named Marcel's. This is subtly seen on the cover of the restaurant menus.

  • Season 2 Episode 12: The One After the Super B...

  • Continuity: When Chandler suggests that he and Joey stay in and cook dinner for themselves, they both laugh hysterically, implying that neither of them can cook. However, in "The One with the Boobies" and "The One with Russ", we see Joey cooking Italian as if he's quite comfortable in the kitchen, and in "The One Where Eddie Moves In", Chandler and Joey fight over whose eggs are better, Eddie's or Joey's. In "The One with Phoebe's Ex-Partner", Joey mentions cooking a romantic dinner for Ginger (the girl with the prosthetic leg) at her father's cabin. In "The One with Ross's Library Book", we learn that Chandler knows how to make pancakes. Anyone who can make pancakes, would probably have other basic cooking skills, as well.

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Romantic Comedy, feel good comedy, 90s, life in a new city, city living