Scott's makeup wasn't done very well in the "Wild Weekend" sketch. You can see the hair lines on his face where he recently shaved.
It's a goof that's been pointed out for years, but none of the "Thirty Second Stories" sketches actually last 30 seconds.
In the "Cincinnati Kid:" sketch, the phone doesn't ring when Kevin tells mark about the baby.
Dave: What's wrong with everybody?
Kevin: You thanked Hitler.
Dave: I never!
Kevin: You thanked Hitler!
Dave: Why would I thank Hitler?
Kevin: Hmm, why would you thank Hitler... I don't know!
Dave: I can't believe I thanked Hitler!
Yes, that is a blue screen effect in "The Trip" sketch. Except first Mark starts off at the farm for the wipeaway. He's never really at the office until you see the other KITH members.
It's been rumored that the biggest pop the KITH group ever got was when Mark stood up as the Toronto Kid.
In the "Wild Weekend" sketch, the man Kathie passed with the dreadlocks is Scott's ex-boyfriend.
Sketch: Career Ending #2
For those of you who don't remember this period, the song is patrially about the McCarthy era, where people in Hollywood were questioned about Communist activities.