The egg: In one part of the blooper reel, Rachel says she never sleeps with guys on the first date. Monica then follows it up with three names: Kevin Bright, David Crane, Marta Kauffman. Sound familiar? Those are the executive producers of the show. This isn’t the only time the show makes mention of them, though.
The episode: Several throughout the seriesThe egg: We all know about this white dog statue, but what’s the story behind it? Apparently it was given to Jennifer Aniston when she started acting as a good luck present from her best friend. Aniston then lent it to the show, and the producers kept it around.
The episode:Several throughout the seriesThe egg: Ever notice that Magna Doodle board on Chandler and Joey’s door? Sure you have, and you’ve probably also noticed that the drawings and messages scribbled on it change constantly. For instance, when Chandler falls in love with Kathy, you can see “I’m really sorry” on the board. As for who’s responsible for the messages? It’s said the set dressers are usually the ones that draw on the Magna Doodle, but the messages aren’t only related to the show. Apparently some relate to their personal lives as well.
The episode: “The One with Ross’ Wedding,” Season 4, Episode 23
The egg: At the end of the episode, when Chandler and Joey are on the double-decker bus, the woman and man sitting behind them are none other than an executive producer and a writer of the show, Marta Kauffman and Adam Chase.
The egg: We’ve all seen that yellow peephole frame in Monica and Rachel’s apartment. But how and why was it placed there? Originally it was a mirror, but it was smashed by a crew member by accident. So they placed it over the peephole.
The egg: When Rachel and Joshu-AH were on Friends together, they were actually midbreakup in real life. Yep, they dated, and according to Tate Donovan (the actor who played Joshua), working with Jennifer Aniston was so uncomfortable.
The episode: “The One After the Super Bowl (Part 2), Season 2, Episode 13
The egg: After Joey shakes Phoebe while screaming about getting away from a “horrible flesh-eating virus,” Phoebe turns around, and here we see the executive producers (again): Marta Kauffman, Kevin Bright and David Crane.
The episode: “The One with Monica and Chandler’s Wedding (Part 2),” Season 7, Episode 24
The egg: When Rachel is trying to find a minister, she finds a wedding ceremony where one of the last names is “Anastassakis.” This was her last name before her family changed it when they moved to the U.S. Crazy, right?