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The end credits show a blooper of Karyn Parsons (Hilary) taking a fall after tripping on her dress. This is a departure from the usual bloopers where the actors mess up their dialog.
Christa Miller-Lawrence, known for The Drew Carey Show and Scrubs fame, makes an appearence in this episode.
Will tells Ashley that this is her first real date but her first real date was with Tevin Campbell in season one's episode Just Infatuation.
In the kitchen after Will says 'check please' if you notice there's a boom mic visible.
The girl in the beginning also played Candy in the episode There's The Rub as one of the brothel girls
Goof: When Carlton's laptop gets unplugged, he shouldn't of lost all his information because the battery would have prevented the computer from shutting down.
Goof: When Carlton is at the kitchen table working on his paper with Will, he opens a bag of chips and takes a bite. The loud crunch bugs Will, but the echo of the chip crunch is audible, so it was obviously a special effect.
Even though they do not show Janice anymore she is mentioned in this episode but for the last time.
In this episode, Nicky's middle names are given as Michael Shawn Nathan Wanya (after Boyz II Men).
When Ashley was playing her Boyz II Men CD, you can see a broken wheel at the bottom of Nicky's stroller.
Goof: Ashley asks Will to watch how Nicky dances when she plays her Boyz II Men CD, but what she is carrying is a dual-cassette boom box with no CD player.
The reason everyone gasped when the Doctor Kevarkian mention his name, is because of the pathologist Jack Kevorkian. Kevorkian most noted for publicly championing a terminal patient's right to die via physician-assisted suicide; he claims to have assisted at least 130 patients to that end. He famously said that dying is not a crime. He was imprisoned in 1999, he served eight years out of his 10-to-25-year prison sentence for second-degree murder in the 1998 poisoning of Thomas Youk, 52.
Hilary poses for playboy, although clouds are covering some of her up.
When Carlton says: Wow, look at the swimming pool! While they're at the mansion, when it shows the pool, if you look to the right, the women sitting down on the bench isn't wearing a shirt or a top, making her breasts visible.
Goof: Uncle Phil never presses the phone talk button when he picked it up. Also, he never hit talk again to turn it off when he was done with the phone.
When in the courtroom each one tells a story of what happened. Each story is different.
Running Gag: Carlton mumbling something under his breath, then quickly covering up when asked to repeat it.
When Jazz sits Will down in his chair, the door to Jazz's apartment is closed. When the camera POV changes to Will's right, the door is open.
In every episode after moving into the pool house, Will has a framed copy of the first issue of Static hanging on the wall near the door. Static is a popular teenage African American superhero on which which the cartoon Static Shock was based.
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