A TV writer has pointed out an easy-to-miss Rachel Green blunderon Friends and challenged fans to see if they can spot it.
The hit US sitcom ran for 10 seasons from 1994 to 2004 and is as popular as ever thanks to it streaming on Netflix for a whole new generation to see.
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While fans have poured over each season and learned episodes off by heart,there's still potentially things that they have missed.
TV writer Jeffrey Klarick, the partner of Friends co-creator David Crane, pointed out one such blunder on Twitter.
Jeffrey, who has worked on shows including Episodes, wrote alongside two pictures of Jennifer Aniston as Rachel Green: "Continuity error. Can you spot it?"
In the side by side pictures, Rachel is seen in a white V-neck top working a shift at Central Perk in season two episode, The One Where Ross Finds Out.
As she is told that Ross, who she fancies, is planning to get a cat with his girlfriend Julie, the camera switches between Rachel and Ross.
In the first shot, Rachel is without the pretty necklace she had been wearing earlier in the scene, but when the camera comes back to her, it has suddenly reappeared before disappearing again just as quickly.
His post lead to numerous comments underneath from fans of the show who said they had spotted other issues as well as the disappearing necklace.
They included her earrings being visible in one shot and not the next, and the placement of the tea towel on her tray changing.
Jennifer starred in Friends alongside Courteney Cox, Lisa Kudrow, Matt LeBlanc, Matthew Perry and David Schwimmer.
The six actors were set to be part of a highly anticipated Friends reunion last year, however it was delayed due to the ongoing coronavirus pandemic.
Friends is available on Netflix.
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