Friends

Friends (1994)

1 corrected entry in The One With Phoebe's Dad

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The One With Phoebe's Dad - S2-E9

Corrected entry: When Phoebe is talking with her dad in Central Perk and he learns that her mom committed suicide years ago, he asks, "What about the girls?" He doesn't say anything, nor does Phoebe, about Frank, Jr., his son.

Correction: That's because Frank Jr. is his son with a different woman, who's still alive. Frank Jr. is Phoebe's half brother, remember. He's not worried about his son, only the girls, because they were left alone.

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The One Where Ross Finds Out - S2-E7

Continuity mistake: When Rachel finds out that Ross and Julie are getting a cat, watch Rachel's neck. When she says "together?" she's not wearing a necklace; cut to Ross and Julie for a fraction of a second, then when it cuts back to Rachel saying "both of you?" she's suddenly wearing a necklace. It then disappears again when she says "isn't that just lovely?" hanging off the side of the tray she's holding. (00:05:15)

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The One With The Girl From Poughkeepsie - S4-E10

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The One With The Prom Video - S2-E14

Trivia: The first day Courtney Cox donned the 'Fat Monica' make-up and costume, Matthew Perry walked right past her without recognizing who she was.

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The One With The Jellyfish - S4-E1

Question: When Ross and Rachel are fighting, Chandler hides behind the door and bursts out saying "I knew it." When Rachel says, "It's not that common, it doesn't happen to every guy and it is a big deal.", is this just a Chandler moment or is there another joke I have missed?

Answer: The statements that she's contradicting (that it is common, it happens to every guy, and it's not a big deal), are the things that a woman commonly says to a man who is suffering from erectile difficulty, typically to assuage his bruised ego. However, most men do not believe that these statements are true, as evidenced by Chandler's outburst. He's so caught up in the proof that women are lying about it that he gives himself away.

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