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3 continuity mistakes in The One With All The Rugby

The One With All The Rugby - S4-E15

Continuity mistake: When Rachel is talking to Joey about flushing the toilet, her hands go from counter to bottle top to counter with no time between camera cuts.

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The One With All The Rugby - S4-E15

Continuity mistake: During the rugby game, when Ross tells Phoebe and Joey that he thinks he's dying there are two hairsticks in Phoebe's bun in the shots facing her, but there's only one hairstick in her bun in the shots facing Ross.

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The One With All The Rugby - S4-E15

Continuity mistake: When Rachel comes home and excitedly tells Monica that she felt Joshua's pulse, there are two handbags hanging from Rachel's shoulder which vanish between shots, but then they reappear on her shoulder.

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