The man playing the Justice Of The Peace is Franklin Cover, best known for his role of Tom Willis in The Jeffersons. Unfortunately, this role would be his last before his death in February 2006.
This is the first appearance of Rosario. Her full name is Rosario Inez Consuela Yolanda Salazar.
Jack's full name is John Phillip McFarland.
Steve Sandoval, who appeared as a janitor, is the Stage Manager for "Will & Grace."
Jack's "Maids Of Honour" keep switching places even though they're seen standing still at the back.
Before Grace drops the bowling ball down the lane, Ellen said that this was her chance to tie with Ellen, if she knocks down 27 pins... But after Will and Grace go talk about how Will was competitive, Grace scores a spare (which is just 10 pins down) and Rob and Ellen lost. This is not possible.
When they are bowling and Grace is losing, she says she's fine with it and she knows how it feels to be her middle sister, then Will reminds her that she's actually, "The baby of the family looking for Daddy's approval." However, in all later episodes, Grace is portrayed as the middle child with a younger sister, Joyce (played by Sara Rue) and an older one, Janice (Gina Davis).
Pay attention to the scene after Jack kisses Karen. After Jack and Will leave, and Karen faints, you can hear her hit the soft padding on the floor instead of the floor itself.
It's revealed that Grace lost her virginity to a guy named Ira, while Karen lost it with a politician named Mr. Tyler.
At the beginning of the episode, Grace is wearing a HWY 420 shirt. HWY 420 is a movement of Canadians and Americans joining together to demonstrate support for ending the expensive and destructive policy of cannabis prohibition.
This is the first time the word f-a-g is used in the series.
Continuity error: In this episode, Val says that she "just moved into 15F", but we have learned in previous episodes that the building Will and Grace live in has only 12 stories.
This is the first episode in which we meet crazy neighbor, Val, played by Molly Shannon.
When Sean bumps into Eric singing "Downtown," Eric almost breaks character.
Music: "How's It Going To Be" by Third Eye Blind played at the very end when Will finds the scarf from Michael.
The take where Debra is having problems closing the door was left in because she didn't break character. The door was broken.
Peter moves into apartment 12D.
Although Jack claims to know Peter's sexuality, he doesn't tell Will or Grace. Peter never reveals it throughout the episode, and we never find out if he was gay or straight.
The building Will & Grace live in has all the floors designed the same way, but for some reason 12D is in the same position in front of the elevator as Will's apartment, 9C.
Will: He's quoting Nietzsche.
Friedrich Wilhelm Nietzsche was a German philosopher, who became one of the most provocative and influential thinkers of the 19th century. Central to Nietzsche's thought was the notion that with the development of the modern secular world the traditional values (represented by Christianity) had lost their power in the lives of individuals, which he expressed in his infamous proclamation "God is dead".
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