Friends (1994)

5 corrected entries in The One Where No One's Ready

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The One Where No One's Ready - S3-E2

Corrected entry: When Phoebe asks Monica what gets out hummus, Monica comes out of her bedroom. In the wide shot she's standing next to Ross, in the closeup he's suddenly holding her by the arm. (00:05:55)

Jon Sandys Premium member

Correction: You can see Ross putting his arm around Monica's.

The One Where No One's Ready - S3-E2

Corrected entry: When Chandler comes in after changing into his suit, you will notice he is not wearing a bow tie. In later shots in that scene the bow tie magically seems to appear.

Correction: No magic. If you watch Chandler after he changed and loses the chair to Joey, you'll notice he's not fully dressed. In the rest of the scene (when Monica is playing the message) you can see him buttoning his vest and holding his bowtie.

The One Where No One's Ready - S3-E2

Corrected entry: Before the commercial break, Chandler isn't wearing a bow tie. After the break, the scene starts up right where it left off, and he's suddenly wearing one.

Correction: This scene does not pick up right where it left off, they are now all in the kitchen when they were in the living room before. Also if you watch carefully right when the scene begins you can see Chandler finish tying his bowtie, thus explaining why he has his tie on now and not before.

The One Where No One's Ready - S3-E2

Corrected entry: Chandler claims to have hidden Joey's underwear because "he stole my essence." But Chandler didn't go out of the apartment to do this, meaning the only time he could have done it was when he was over there first, and he wouldn't have done because there was no incentive to do so as Joey hadn't taken the cushions off the chair.

David Mercier

Correction: It is obvious that Chandler was saying the first thing that came in his head, not the actual reason why he took Joey's underwear. He even hesitates when Ross asks him.

The One Where No One's Ready - S3-E2

Corrected entry: Chandler claims that he steals Joeys underwear BECAUSE Joey stole his "essence" however, the only time Chandler goes into his apartment is to get changed, which is before Joey steals the "essence" of the chair, thus Chandler would have had to steal Joey's underwear before Joey takes the chair cushions, not because of it

Correction: But Joey annoyed him by stealing the chair in the first place, so he was probably just being petty.

The One At The Beach - S3-E25

Visible crew/equipment: During the scene when Phoebe breaks into the other Phoebe's house and gets caught, the older Phoebe was telling the younger one that the man in the photo is not Frank Buffay, but is Chuck Mangioni. Right after that, as Phoebe 2 walks towards the camera, you can see that the door behind her moves open, and there is a visible shadow of someone who walks by that doorway. (00:19:00)

Zyen Hoo
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