Continuity mistake: When Rachel returns from running after the boy that she told to "shut up", you see Joey picking up a piece of food, sniffing it and making a face and then putting it back on the tray. However in the next shot, without moving, Joey is munching on something - he didn't have anything in his hand before. (00:19:55)
Continuity mistake: Joey's encounter with the encyclopedia salesman is riddled with errors. First, when the salesman is talking about Van Gogh and saying "He painted that," he points to a page that is all text; later, Joey is reading about vomit, and it is at a pont much further on in the book than when the salesman read about vulcanized rubber (which it shouldn't be, given the encyclopedia is alphabetized); finally, when Joey buys the "V" volume, as he opens it he has a $50 bill in his hand, and when the shot changes to show the salesman he is somehow folding and pocketing it without having taken it from Joey. (00:13:00)
Continuity mistake: When Chandler answers the phone and it's Gandalf calling to cancel, Ross is just opening the fridge, but the shot cuts to Chandler with the phone and Ross is putting two beers down on the side next to him - too quick to have got them there from the fridge. (00:05:35)enter_a_uh
Continuity mistake: When Joey is reading his speech about all the giving and receiving, Chandler has his legs on the table at the coffee shop. You can see his shoes on the table when they show Joey, but when they change the shot to Chandler his legs are on the floor and crossed. (00:10:55)Pam-I-am
Continuity mistake: When Janine goes into the hallway to apologize to Monica about her behavior at dinner, she runs into Monica who says, "What did I tell you about the hall?" As she says this, she is pointing her right forefinger at Janine and her right shoulder is leaned in closer to her. When Janine says "I was just coming over here to apologize for my behavior," the camera cuts to Monica, who is now standing with her left shoulder leaning in toward her. The camera cuts back to Janine as she says "I'd really like it if we could be friends" and then back to Monica for her next line, where she again has switched to her right shoulder leaning toward Janine. (00:19:20)Leah Schaeffer
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