Goof: In the scene where Karen plays her theme song for Jack's new talk show Megan Mullally's black shorts are visible under her skirt when she starts playing but have disappeared by the end of the song.
We learn in this episode that Stan Walker is still alive, and apparently faked his death due to government problems.
At one point, the morning paper is split into three sections on the dining table. When Jack walks in, there's only two pieces with no one touching or moving them around.
Jack: No, I'm mad at you. The show was my thing. Always grabbing my thing.
Karen: Well, honey I thought you liked it when I grab your thing.
Grace: How can I walk away from this? It's huge! It's a hotel. It's five houses in Monopoly.
Will: Look, something weird is going on here, and I wanna know what it is!
Malcolm: Nothing. There's nothing weird going on here.
Ned: (Russian accent) Malcom, the package has arrived.
Malcolm: Um, Will, could you excuse me for a moment. I have to talk to uh... Hank from Accounting. (They walk outside and start talking) Nyet! NYET! (Malcolm shoves Hank down the hall, walks back in.) I apologize for that. Hank wants to go home early to pick up his kids from soccer practice.
Karen: (To Jack) No honey, this is your thing. If we do everything together, then what are we?... Will & Grace... And that's just sad!
Malcom: I work for the government. We are protecting a very important individual who has requested your services. He wants your help.
Malcom: Open that door and find out.
Will: Why don't you just tell me?
Malcom: Well that wouldn't be very dramatic now, would it?
Will: Ahh you make a good point. (Will walks over and opens the door) Oh my God... Stanley? You're alive?
Malcom: Well I guess we all feel a little jumpy and unsafe after Martha Stewart's release.
A quick reference to designing empire head Martha Stewart, who was found guilty of illegal trading. She was released after 6 months for good behaviour.
Jack: And I promise I'm going to start every show with a little signal just for you.
A quick reference to The Carol Burnett Show. Burnett always used to tug her ear as a signal to her grandma.
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