Continuity Goof: In the season 1 episode "The Truth About Will and Dogs", Will says to Grace that he never saw himself as a dog person when she is trying to persuade him to get a dog. However, in this episode he talks about how he had a dog when he was little and how much he loved the dog.
Jack's Cher doll is a $60,000 prototype of a doll that Mattel sold for a short time in 2001. Co-producer/Creator Max Mutchnick currently owns the doll that was featured in the show.
The gentleman buying ottomans is Will & Grace set decorator Doug Devine.
Robert Romanus, who plays Lenny in this episode, is the real-life husband of W&G writer and executive producer Kari Lizer, who has an uncredited recurring role as Will's secretary Connie.
The man sitting against the wall at Cher's table is Kevyn Aucoin, one of the most talented and famous make-up artists of all time. He passed away in 2002.
Goof: While Karen and Grace are having a conversation in the office, notice that the pillow that is visible between them moves between shots.
The first shot of the last scene has the Cher doll seated on a booster seat in the restaurant. The seat is upsidedown and facing forward. The rest of the scene has the booster seat mysteriously turned backwards.
Grace: Karen, remember last week when you got that UPS guy fired because you thought brown was over?
(Karen smiles and nods.)
Grace: Did you.....feel anything afterwards?
Karen: Yeah, for a few minutes, but like every high it eventually wore off.
Will: Why would I possibly want to discuss my future with Psychic Sue?
Grace: Will, she is so amazing! I just went to her a couple of days ago and she knew everything about me. She knew that I didn't get along with my mother, she knew I had relationship problems and she knew my best friend was gay.
Will: You just described all of the single women in New York.
Jack (to waiter): Please stop staring. Yes it's Cher.
Will: OK that's it...nothing for us. This Cher thing is out of control. We're going.
Jack: What's the problem?
Will: You made us wait for an hour for a table for four!
Grace: In the back...so she wouldn't be gawked at.
Will: OK? Buh-bye!
Grace (As she and Will are walking away): Freak.
Jack:You're the freaks!
(Cher comes up behind him)
Cher: You know dude, it is a little weird that you're talking to a doll.
Jack: Um...I don't think I need a drag queen to define normal behavior, but I will say this--the look is flawless.
Jack: Oooh working the attitude...OK you're good.
Cher: I've had a lot of practice.
Jack: Hey, hey, hey, you're not that great mister sister...alright? I do a better Cher then you.
Cher: You think so?
Jack: Actually it's you think so-HO.
Cher: Are you kidding me with this?
Jack: OK, the hand is perfect but it's more like, are you kidding me with this--HO.
Cher: Get a life.
(She beings to walk away but then comes back to Jack)
Cher (singing): If I could turn back time.
(Jack rolls his eyes)
Jack: OK, (singing)If I could turn back tow-oome..tow-oome..tow-oome.
(Cher slaps him)
Cher: Snap out of it.
(She walks away and Jack faints)
Jack: (talking to his new Cher doll) What's that Cher? Yeah, when they're not talking about me I get bored, too.
Will: I am not having sex with you! Jack: (shocked) What? Will: I am never having sex with you, we are never gonna have sex. Sex--with you--no! Jack: Oh, you poor thing. That wasn't sex. All right, how can I explain this? Okay, when two men are in love and committed and greased up like pigs at a county fair... Will: No. No, Psychic Sue said I'm gonna spend my life with a man named Jack. Jack: Jack who? Will: Jack you. Jack: Jack me? Will: No thanks!
Jack: Well, I'm gonna--I'm, I'm gonna have to have my own place.
Will: And sex is out of the question. I don't even like seeing your head poke through your sweater.
Jack: And just so you know, I'm gonna need boyfriends. And since my career comes first you may have to support me.
Will: Right. And what about Grace?
Jack: Oh, you get custody of that.
Will: So let's see--no sex, our own boyfriends, I support you, you live across the hall, Grace is my roommate.
Jack: Wow. That would be weird, wouldn't it?
Karen: I just wanted to thank you for inviting me. I know that we've had our differences in the past, but when you get right down to it... Oh, look, better people.
Sue: It's somebody you already know.
Will: Johnny Depp. Is it Johnny Depp?
Sue: Do you know him?
Sue: Does he know you?
Sue: Can I finish?
Cher: (After slapping Jack) Snap out of it.
This is a reference to the slap and line Cher's character gave Nicolas Cage in the 1987 film Moonstruck, for which she won Best Actress in a Leading Role.
Title: Gypsies, Tramps and Weed
Since the episode does feature Cher, the title of this episode is a play on the title of her song and album "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves."