Despite the fact that it is sketch comedy, did anyone bother to point out that the shark could swim on land?
Scott hids the arm well, but Bruce doesn't. You can see him resting his arm on his lap inside his shirt.
You can see where Mark pokes up out of the couch.
You can see the way the wigs were designed in the opening sketch, having a fake one made for Kathie's, and the others were velcroed on.
Dave: You know, I don't think there's a man, woman or child, and that includes the young Hundlebees here celebrating their honeymoon this weekend, who hasn't been touched - oh, and horribly mutilated - by Skoora the gentle shark.
Scott: Is the guy who plays Mr. Clean gay?
Mark: I don't know... probably.
Scott: I don't have mood swings, I have mood variations.
The "Folk Music" sketch was one Dave did at the beginning of a show, mostly improved in front of the audience and a camera. It wasn't meant to be used until it was looked at.
It's unknown why, but the "Mood Swing" sketch was cut from syndication on Comedy Central. It's never been put back until the DVD's came out.
Scott:: The brought him back to life in Roger Rabbit.
The is a quick reference to the film Who Framed Roger Rabbit.