When Phoebe is trying to get pregnant, she lies upside down in a chair and says "I'll let gravity do its job". However, seasons later, she tells Ross she doesn't believe that gravity exists.

Is this just a simple continuity error, a hidden joke, or just Pheobe being Phoebe?

  • It’s possible for someone to believe something and then abandon that belief. – ruffdove Mar 8 at 0:05
  • It could be simply, a generally speaking.... – Vishwa Mar 9 at 9:00
  • @ruffdove, in a general case and in real life, yes, but we are talking about Pheobe, and in this case, I would say it's very unlikely. – NEO Mar 9 at 9:23

Phoebe is the Queen of Mean. She really believes in both gravity and evolution, she's just playing a nasty trick on Ross. See, after Ross admits the possibility that he's wrong, she says "that was fun."

  • This is plausible. – NEO Mar 8 at 12:09
  • I don't think she saying "That was fun" has any weight on the theory that Phoebe actually believes in gravity – Vishwa Mar 9 at 8:59

I think, that Phoebe only kidding. She says one Day this and the next Day the opposite. But generally she´s believing in gravity. Think about the Episode, where she think, that the Spirit of her dead Mother lives in the Cat.

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