However, the doctor demanding Happy Days be put on the TV in the background while he’s delivering three children makes us kind of hate him on rewatch. Dr. Harad This episode is one of the few titles that doesn't begin with "The One Where..." or "The One With..." However an alternative title for the episode is The One With The Triplets. So this episode always tickled me. “So, Frank,” she says, “Three babies. Jennifer Aniston - Rachel Greene He assures her he’s fully qualified to perform the delivery, but she doesn’t want to hear it and sends him away in tears, so it’s back to Dr. Harad. Despite his Fonz obsession however, Harad ultimately proves himself to be a highly competent doctor who successfully delivers the triplets. Ross returns to Phoebe’s room with a new doctor, but she finds a problem with this one too: he’s a little young. Phoebe asks her friends to leave so she can have a moment alone with the triplets. Name As with all scenes with all real babies, a qualified nurse is present at all times, either on set or just off camera. Fonz was the best, he would always walk into the room, stick up his thumbs and say, Ayyyyyy! I know I'd be uncomfortable if the doctor delivering my babies was that weird. Phoebe has finally gone into labor and her friends rush her to the hospital. Like, this guy is a DOCTOR?! Joey has another bout of “sympathy pains”, making Phoebe think he’s trying to steal her thunder. With help from Harad, who proves himself to despite his Fonz obsession be a highly competent doctor, Phoebe has three healthy babies, while with the help of his own doctor Joey has three healthy kidney stones. When Rachel and Phoebe are discussing whether Phoebe can have one of the triplets, the position of Phoebe's hair changes between shots. Phoebe, Rachel, Joey, and Rossarrive at the hospital, where Phoebe tells the nurse at the desk that she’s in labor. Instead of speaking the eventual line, namely "That's easy for you to say, I don't see three kids coming out your vagina!," Kudrow jokingly replaces the final word with "dick ditch," though this is bleeped out on the reel. Dr. Harad is Phoebe's obstetrician in "The One Hundredth", who helps her while she is giving birth to the triplets. It's the episode where Phoebe gives birth to the triplets. Friends Central is a FANDOM TV Community. He was portrayed by Sam Anderson. Marta Kauffman & David Crane. Everyone is back in the delivery room holding the babies. You won't be able to stand it." Mork was played by, In the commentary, it was explained that Debra Jo Rupp was actually filming. He asks Phoebe if there’s anything she’d like to say to the triplets before it all starts, and she begs them not to hurt her. Portrayed by Trying to save face, Chandler asks a female nurse out for Saturday night, and she turns him down immediately, adding to his embarrassment. A subreddit for fans of the popular hit TV sitcom, Friends. When Alice and Frank start kissing, Rachel's hair goes from behind her ear to in front between shots. She is stuck in Delaware, so Frank Jr. will be Phoebe’s coach until Alice arrives, but it’s okay, because Alice told him all about the “Lamazda stuff”. Take your favorite fandoms with you and never miss a beat. As to why they went with Happy Days and The Fonz specifically, probably a combination of things: it was a popular show and thus a reference most viewers would recognise (yet at the same time, it's suitably random), the doctor looks to be around the age that he would've grown up with the show, it sets up a few specific one-liners (like "dilated-a-mundo"), and maybe the writers were just fans and wanted to give it …