Continuity mistake: As Ross says "this is our wedding day", in a close-up Elliot Gould is holding a bit of paper in his left hand (glasses in his other hand, out of shot). In the wide shot the paper is in his right hand, then jumps back to his left when the angle changes.
Continuity mistake: When Monica and Mike play table tennis and monica says "I think that may have missed the table" there is no one sitting in the chairs behind her. The shot then cuts to Mike and he replies "oh do you?" The shot then cuts back to Monica, she replies "er, yeah" and there are suddenly two people sitting in the chairs behind her.
Continuity mistake: When Rachel returns from running after the boy that she told to "shut up", you see Joey picking up a piece of food, sniffing it and making a face and then putting it back on the tray. However in the next shot, without moving, Joey is munching on something - he didn't have anything in his hand before.
Continuity mistake: In the previous episode, Monica's Christmas tree is up in her apartment. After the party, Joey kisses Janine. In the next episode, he walks into Monica's apartment and says he just kissed her. However, Monica's tree is down and they have all changed their clothes. Surely if he just kissed her then it is still the same night of the party, therefore the tree should be up and Monica, Ross and Joey should be wearing the same clothes from the party.
Continuity mistake: When Jill drops her shopping bags on the coffee shop table, the small blue Tiffany's bag is visible on the end of the 'line'. But it is not visible in any shots after Rachel comes in. Additionally, when Rachel grabs the bags and leaves, Ross seems to pick the little blue bag up off the floor, though it is not shown how the bag got there.
Continuity mistake: When Joey says "we'll call that plan B, all right?", Monica has her chin in her hand. When it cuts to a different angle, she's got both arms on the table. Rachel also goes from having both hands clasped under her chin to having one arm resting on the table and one reaching for coffee.