Its original airdate was changed due to 911.
After the series ended, NBC reran all the episodes of Season 5 from December 2001 to September 2002 as The TNBC line-up said it's final farewell. The last two episodes of "City Guys" to reair on TNBC were "This Old Nerd" and "E-Breakup" on 9-21-02, which were the episodes that had started off the final season.
The band that guest stars and performs in this episode is an actual high school marching band known as the Wildcat Brigade. Students of the 2000-2001 band come from Paloma Valley High School.
Though "And Then There Were None" is the final episode of "City Guys", this is the last new episode of the show to air on NBC. In syndication order, "Al's in Toyland" airs after the episode, "Dances with Malcolm."
This episode featured commercials promoting A Tribute to Heroes and All About U, being a new show.
This episode was taped during the 2000-2001 season.
Originally to air 10-6-01, but NBC had taken it off the listing of the planned "City Guys" episodes airing for the 5th season. Reasons unknown, but probably due to the attacks on the U.S. and the subject matter of this episode.