There is an obvious edit made to the game of Sentences. After Jeff reads the paper that says, "What's that in your pants?!" he crumples it and tosses it aside. Right after that, Greg's voice over delivering a command from an airfield, shown in the next scene, is heard. Watch Drew, though; as Greg is speaking, he throws aside a crumpled piece of paper. Drew must have delivered a line here that was edited out.
In "Sentences", although the animators gave Drew a hat, they forgot to give Drew earrings. (Notice at one point Drew pretends to be taking earings off, but there's nothing on his ears. Plus, they added in sound effects for the motions, too.). Also, at one point, Drew pretends to take a drink. They added in sound effects of liquid pouring, but, the animators did not put a glass in his hand.
WLIIA? was knwon for being shown not just out of production oreder but totally out of season as well, but at least all the games came from the same taping. In this episode you can tell that the various games are from different tapings as they have multiple change of clothes. This happens a few more times on this series.
In "Sound Effects", when the igloo appears, Jeff crawls though the opening, and then they show the interior, and Colin enters the igloo through a door and says "There was a door right there." However, the opening that Jeff went through can't bee see at all!
In the 'Hollywood Moment' sketch, the animation on the scythe that Brad as the Grim Reaper is holding doesn't really match alot of the hand movements made.
Jonathan Mangum is actually in the episode, but it was poorly edited, and appeared only in the first skit.
In Game Show, Colin's showgirl name is Debbie and Jonathan's showgirl name is Tina. What's interesting is that Colin's wife's name is Debra McGrath.
Sean says that he wants to go against the wolverines and the badgers with hammers. However, Greg tells "Debbie" and "Tina" to release only the wolverines.
The animation in Sound Effects looked like a blueprint.
In Montage, the animators drew Brad a bus(per Jeff's suggestion), but changed it to a semi truck(per Brad's).
The closing credits listed when this show aired on Comedy Central, naming the sketches performed, was actually the closing credits for Episode #09. It lists "Construction Site," "Wildebeests and Mermaids," "Foie Gras," and "Computer Virus," but the sketches for this episode were actually "Freeze Tag," "Clean My House," "Low Flying Man and Hover Boy," and "Flight Attendant."
Sentences ends with Chip, having fallen down, reading his final suggestion from the audience: "I've fallen and I can't get up!" He shows the note to the camera after the game ends to show that he hadn't just made it up to fit the situation.
As noted in the Summary, Brad returns as the Grim Reaper in this episode. He had portrayed the angel of death in Hollywood Moments in Episode 4.