Continuity Error: In this episode, Karen says that she used plant food to make her breasts grow, however in the episode "Board Games," Karen tells Will that she took horse pills.
Jack's acting students, Joanne and Russell, were last seen in the episode "Me & Mr. Jones."
After 5 1/2 years, Will quits his job at Doucette & Stein.
Goof: When Will's mom puts the first sandwich on a plate you can see her put it on the plate again from a different angle.
Legally speaking, an attorney cannot help a client make a will if they are one of the beneficiaries.
Grace: Connie, it's Will. Can you get Will's mom on the phone?
Will: That's great. Good for you, sweetie.
Grace: Thank you.
Will: I made some changes too.
Grace: Oh, great.
Will: I quit my job.
Grace: Excuse me?
(Will puts a box full of his office stuff on the desk.)
Will: I quit my job. I want to do something meaningful with my life. So I quit.
Karen: Uh, excuse me. Mr. Dennehy.
Wendell: I am not Brian Dennehy.
Karen: Oh... Right, and I'm not Betty Boop.
Grace: I don't want some stranger peeing with my kidney!
Jack: What?! This Wendell is teaching the McFarland Method? He's stealing from me! This is identity theft, the most heinous of crimes!
Salesman: (Brings Jack clothing) Here are your sweaters, Mr. Truman.
Jack: Thank you.
Episode Title: From Queer to Eternity
This is a clear reference to the 1953 film From Here to Eternity.
Jack: He's clinging to it like he's Kirstie Alley and the class is a shred of dignity.
A quick reference to actress Kirstie Alley after she started in the show that made fun of her own weight and career, Fat Actress.
Will: Because you're wearing a ridiculous "I Love Lucy" neck brace.
This is in reference to the many episodes of I Love Lucy where Lucy gets hurt and ends up in an over-bandaged neckbrace, or arm-sling, or wheelchair, etc.
Jack: That's my catch phrase. Well, that and "ma ma se, ma ma sa, ma ma coo sa."
A quick and funny reference to the Michael Jackson song "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'."