Jack's ring tone is his rendition of the 1979 hit "Ring My Bell" by Anita Ward.
We learn that James is a photographer and that his last name is Hanson.
This is Elliot's first appearance since the season 6 episode "I Never Cheered for my Father".
This episode marks Michael Angarano's (Elliot) final appearance on the show.
The kiss between Will & James is the first interracial same-sex kiss shown on network television.
The NBC and TV Guide synopsis for this episode had the gang traveling to Los Angeles so Jack could accept an award for "Jack Talk" -- Best Local Cable Gay Talk Show Host.
Joan Jaffrey Poust (the woman who thought Grace was comedienne Kathy Griffin) is series writer Tracy Poust's mother. She also appeared in the season 5 episode "Fagmalion Part Two: Attack of the Clones."
Will: The reason that I blew you off...remember that guy that I thought was James in the lobby? It was him and he is amazing!
Grace: Where is he? Introduce me.
Will: (pause) Maybe later.
Grace: What's the matter? You think I'm gonna turn him?
Will: Turn him? He's already gay
Grace: I'm Grace, by the way.
James: Oh... Will told me you're funny.
Grace: Oh, that's sweet.
James: That's why I didn't think it was you.
Will: (about James) Don't you see? We meet in New York, then a month later we run into each other in L.A.? It's fate.
Grace: No, fate is me signing Kathy Griffin autographs for ten bucks a pop and running into her doing the same thing.
Title: I Love L.Gay
This is a very obvious pun on the bumper sticker brigade - I Love LA, I heart LA, etc.
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