Fridge: Bridget Jones
- There is a scene in the first book where Bridget attends a party. There, Bridget's coworker Perpetua and her friends disdainfully discuss Adaptation Displacement and adaptations of "classic" novels into films and TV shows. This becomes amusing when you consider that the book is essentially a Setting Update of Pride and Prejudice.
- Fridge Brilliance: Why is Bridget so afraid "of dying alone and being found three weeks later half-eaten by an Alsatian"? The 3rd book reveals that Bridget had a very bad experience with a dog of Una and Geoffrey Alconbury where the dog pounced on her.
- Fridge Horror: Uncle Geoffrey has this habit of groping Bridget's butt, esp. in the movies, note that this is a close family friend and he likely watched her grow up and develop. Why hasn't anyone done anything to stop him? Why would her parents continue to associate with him?