Will: I'm sorry, I had to talk to Grace.
Vince: Right. 'Cause we're having lunch from 1:00 to 2:00, which only leaves you 23 hours to catch up on her problems. What about me, Will? You know, this is a relation-ship. When one of the crew goes overboard, the ship sinks.
Will: No, it doesn't. That's a terrible metaphor.
Vince: You're a terrible metaphor.
Will: That's a comeback?
Vince: You're a comeback!
Jack: (to Karen) What?! Are you asking me to throw the dance? That's like asking Einstein to throw the-- wait, who's Einstein again?
Karen: (to Jack) I've gotta find the ladies' room. It's true what they say: you don't buy tequila, you rent it.
Will: It's called a book, Grace, we keep them in the den to seem smart.
Grace: Can you at least stay five more minutes?
Will: What do you need me for? You're just sitting around picking at a scab.
Grace: I cut myself shaving three weeks ago and it still hasn't healed!
Jack: I'm so nervous, I haven't had a danceoff since high school. Well, it wasn't so much a danceoff as I was beaten up by the football team.
In an interview with People Magazine, Janet Jackson said she had a great time filming this episode but she had a hard time pronouncing the name 'Artimes'. The writers did did some re-writes so she would only have to say it once.
Bobby Cannavale reprises his role of Vince D'Angelo in this episode. He would go on to win the 2005 Emmy for Outstanding Guest Actor in a Comedy Series for his performances this season.
This episode, along with the season 7 premiere "FYI: I Hurt, Too", was grilled by several critics for relying on celebrity guest appearances, which critics claimed was to compensate for the writers' lack of original material.
Janet: I feel this connection between Jackson and 5, I don't know what it is?
A cheap and funny reference to her older brothers who once formed the group, The Jackson 5.