3 Responses to “3 Men, a Woman and a Baby”

  1. Griff says:

    ‘In Three Men, a Women and a Baby, When rodney and albert are waiting outside the delivery room albert was smoking a pipe and rodney a cigarette. If you watch behind albert when he’s smoking his pipe you can see smoke being blown in from behind him. Which is obvious that his pipe isn’t lit but there is a smoke machine behind him.’

    -There is no smoke machine in view at all. Not even any smoke.

    ‘In Three Men, a Women and a Baby, They didn’t cut the cord when the baby was born.’

    -The umbilical cord is never cut straight away – furthermore, it’s not something you need to see in a sitcom

    ‘In Three Men, a Women and a Baby, During the end scene, when Del is showing Damien to Mum, Raquel chips in with the line “and last” in response to Del showing Mum her “first grandchild”. Was this a premonition of the troubles Rodney and Cassandra were to encounter in the final trilogy?’

    -Not a premonition at all, since Raquel clearly meant it in a humourous way she wouldn’t have another. Which she of course meant evidently! Also, Rodney and Cassandra eventually have a child.

  2. Mark says:

    When Del is eating his tea, most of the food disappears from his plate then comes back again and few seconds later.

  3. Philip P Coffey says:

    My wife and I after having two beautiful little girls, now 2 and 4, are expecting our third and final child in January and went for our scan to find out the sex last week. To our delight it was a boy. After celebrating with a meal, and calling everyone to tell them the news, we came home and my wife asked me how I felt? I started to sing it’s coming home, it’s coming home, it’s coming, football’s coming home!!! Then insisted we put on this episode to see Del’s wee lad born.. Lovely jubbly.

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