When Mark crouches down on the "MacIntyre's Name" sketch, we see no tail. When he stands up, it stretches down to his feet.
Bruce's wig in the "Wake Up" sketch keeps coming loose throughout the skit.
Mark: And there was a girl, too; her name was Marie. At night together we would walk down by the sea and oh my god if you could see the body on this woman. The way at night her long legs would stick into the moist night sand like gods own barge poles, you know. And I longed to tell her the feeling I had in my heart for her but the words would not come, they would not come through my spotty adolescent face, they would not come through my angry hair or my sweaty feet or any other part on this body that I know call a man.
Bruce: Yeah, yeah. See, the dilemma we faced as we drove around - is it wrong to eat garbage?
There were no real worms in the briefcase, just specially made pasta.
The end to the "Hoopla" sketch was shot at the Canary, on Braven Ave. in Toronto.
In the "Wake Up!" sketch, Mark posing as the sister says nothing.
Mark: For example, Who's on First....
The is a play off the funny Abbott & Costello skit "Who's On First?"