Continuity Goof: Rosario said that she had a trust fund worth 2 million dollars (the money Stan left her), but in Stan's will, he left her 10 million dollars.
In the episode, Amber-Louise mentions violations of civil rights and interment camps; in real life, guest co-star George Takei has spend some time during WWII in a detention camp set up by the United States following the start of hostilities with Japan.
Will insists that he was not a Trekkie. Meanwhile Eric McCormack (Will) starred alongside William Shatner as a hardcore Trekkie in the 1998 movie Free Enterprise as well as the 2006 sequel.
Karen: I like Filipinos. They're Asian, but not cocky about it.
Amber-Louis: If you question our president....you're a dirty traitor!
Grace: Karen, this is insane. And I say that as a friend, not one of the demon voices that guide you.
Cricket: (whispering to Rosario on Karen) Is this bitch for real?
Rosario: Hey, that bitch is a reason I have a home..and 2 million dollars in a trust fund I get when I turned 35.
Grace: Oh god, you make me looked so slutty. Nice job.
Cricket: Thanks. My roomate's a drag queen.
(Grace gives her a werid look)
Cricket: Don't judge me. I just do his face. I dont tuck it in or anything.
Jack: Elizabeth, do you or do you not know how my Matthew McConaughey mug works?
Dave: When you fill it with coffee, his shirt disappears.
Jack: And what happens when the coffee's gone?
Dave: His shirt comes back on.
Jack: Exactly. Now if I wanted to see Matthew McConaughey with his shirt on, I look at Josh Lucas. Now get out of my sight, Elizabeth!
Rosario: You rang?
Karen: Yes Lurch.
A quick reference to the butler from the 1964 TV series The Addams Family.
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