Friends fans spot ANOTHER editing blunder as Monica Geller 'quantum leaps' across the room

Louise McCreesh
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From Digital Spy

Friends fans have spotted another annoying editing blunder in one scene of the show.

Discovered by a fan on Reddit, the scene in question sees Monica leap from a chair at the dining table in her apartment to standing right next to her front door in less than a second.

Which, you know, is a pretty miraculous feat.

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Monica's quantum leap (from season 3's 'The One with the Hypnosis Tape') is of course not the only blunder to be noticed by eagle-eyed fans in recent years.

A fan also picked up on a glaring equipment-based fail in season 6's 'The One with Rachel's Sister', which sees Rachel's sister Jill (Reese Witherspoon) come to stay with her.

Other bloopers include this Pancake Day error, an unconnected phone wire and an ill-placed mattress.

There was also this creepy red eye mystery and more than a few plot-holes we're still trying to get our heads around and make excuses for.

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Related: Sex and the City star Kristin Davis reveals she was "losing sleep" over her Friends guest star role

To be fair, a number of the errors have a very simple explanation.

A lot of them come from the HD remastered version of the episode, which has a 16:9 aspect ratio – wider than the 4:3 format it was originally edited to be broadcast in.

Teleporting Monica, for example, is now a LOT more noticeable since she was barely in shot while sitting at the table on the original edit. Whereas here, it's difficult to miss her as Chandler bounds over to the door.

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Fans looking for a blunder-less Friends experience shouldn't lose hope, however, as they have the chance to recreate their own Friends scenes with FriendsFestive.

The seasonal experience will allow visitors a chance to meet the Holiday Armadillo and participate in more winter-themed Friends activities.

We're sold!

Friends is available to stream on Netflix now.

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