"Blanket Apology" marks the final appearances of Eileen Brennan and Sydney Pollack.
This is George's first appearance since the season 4 episode "Cheatin Trouble Blues".
This is Zandra's first appearance since the season 6 episode "Flip-Flop (2)".
Will's father suffers a heart attack and passes away.
Will: My dad had a heart attack.
Grace: Oh, my God. Are they at the hospital?
Will: Yeah. But he didn't make it.
(Grace covers her mouth in shock)
Grace: We're having dinner with your parents, and if your mother finds out that I'm pregnant because I had unsafe sex on an airplane and haven't told the father yet because he's engaged to another woman, she is going to find some way of making it sound sordid.
Karen: (about Zandra) I don't know, honey. I took a dropper full of cat tranquilizer this morning and even I think she's a little off.
Jack: Karen, this woman is a genius and clear as a bell.
Zandra: (to Jack) I know you...you're Jack McFarland, the worst actor I ever saw!
Jack: (terrified) Oh my God, Karen, you're right! She's crazy!
Karen: Say there, you look like a cute little out-of-work gay boy. I don't suppose you'd be interested in hopping around for pocket change and answering to the name 'Poodle'?
Man in Audition: Hmmm. Do I get to play with those? (motions towards her breasts)
Karen: Of course!
Will's Father: Will, you hardly said two words during dinner
Will: You want two words? I'll give you two words: My Blanket.
Karen: Hey, how'd it go?
Jack: How'd it go? Thanks to you I blew it.
Karen: Well, whatever it takes to get the part.
Karen: (to Jack) It's only acting, for God's sake. I mean how hard can it be? Kate Beckinsale can do it.
Karen: Here's something you'd be good for. It's for a new tv cop show, the role of squealing queen no.3.
Jack: Squealing queen? How will I even begin to play that? (In squealing queen voice) Karen! You're bending my ethnic porn!
Grace (wearing an oversized hat): If I hold this bag of groceries like this, can you tell I'm pregnant?
Will: I can tell, but then I'm not part of the Rhythm Nation.
This is a reference to Janet Jackson's 1989 album Rhythm Nation 1814, the cover of which shows Jackson wearing a similar hat.
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