Plot hole: The times in this episode vary a lot. Monica and Phoebe first bet about Rachel giving birth, then it goes to the scene with Joey and Chandler at the movies. It then returns to Monica and Phoebe the next day with Monica losing the bet. However, a little while later, it goes back a day and shows Joey and Chandler at the movie premiere again.
Other mistake: When Joey and Chandler and in the cab on the bridge, Joey quickly stops the cab so Chandler can get out. However, on the screen behind, the background doesn't 'slow down' as Joey does, it just continues as if the cab is going at the same speed. Then, in the next shot, it is still. When Joey sets off again, the background stays the same and doesn't show that the cab is getting faster.
Continuity mistake: As Chandler meets Monica at the altar, Monica's hand switches from holding Chandler's hand, to holding the flowers, with no time to do so.
Other mistake: When Chandler says "We just got married. Right there!" and points. We hear a small 'ding' and Monica asks "Is that your ring?" But when Chandler pointed, you can see that all of his fingers except his index finger are closed to his hand. So the ring couldn't have come off.
Continuity mistake: When Phoebe and Monica are at Monica's table and Phoebe is trying to convince Monica to go on a date with her date's translator, watch Phoebe's arm. She points at Monica when she says, "Don't call him that; his name is Spackleback Larry", but when the shot changes to a side view of them, she has her arm resting on the table with no time to put it down between shots.
Other mistake: When Ross goes to see Guru Saj, he has his 'thing' removed. However, it is really obvious that Guru is not going anywhere near the thing, because you can see that Ross' shirt is still tucked into his trousers, and the Guru just rubs his hands along the shirt.
Continuity mistake: When Chandler, Ross and Monica are in Central Perk discussing playing bagpipes, and Ross says, "Decide whatever you want," he is gesturing with his right hand up and with an open book in his left hand. When the camera angle changes, the book is closed and is now in his right hand.