In the "Celebrity" sketch, you can see the road blocks barring off the road they use for for the male hookers. It's only shadows and a partial reflection of the orange baracades, but you can see them.
In the "Celebrity" sketch, you can see the camera man in Scott's reflective glasses.
In the "Freak" sketch, you can see the orange tube in Kevin's hand that he used to squirt the fake blood on his face.
Nosebleeder: (while taking his lunch break at the freak show, some kids try to pressure him into performing) Look kids, I don't have to impress anyone anymore. Oh sure, when I was young and I was desperate to make friends, I'd nosebleed at the drop of a hat. But now I accept myself for what I am: a 30-ish bachelor whose interests include model airplanes and pottery, and whose PROFESSION...is nosebleeding. And if you can't accept that, then I'm afraid your friendship isn't needed here.
Kids: Friendship?!? (giggling) Who wants to be YOUR friend? You're a FREAK!
Nosebleeder: Piss off! Just piss off!
Gordon: (blaming his wife for why he got fired) That lunch you packed me, it was so horrible, it...it made me wig out. I went crazy! I went all wiggy, Fran!
Fran: Jeez...(defensively) It was a perfectly good lunch.
Gordon: Soup in a bag, Fran? SOUP IN A BAG?!? A man works all morning, and he's subjected to SOUP in a BAG?
Bruce: Hello. (Pause) Very nice duck.
Mark: Thanks. (Pause)
Bruce: Hold it! How's a guy afford a nice duck like that on a cop's salary? (Pause)
Mark: Found it.
The "Celebrity" sketch was meant to be a quick outlook on how many celebrities had their death listed as cancer, when they really died of AIDS. Several throughout the 80's and 90's did just that.
It's rumored the "Tampa Bay" sketch is based off a real joke Bruce's dad played on his family.
The "Piano" sketch has been dubbed as one of the best in KITH history.
Scott: ...my gig on Saturday Night Live.
A quick reference to Producer Lorne Michaels' other show, Saturday Night Live.