Goof: When Grace runs into the lamp post it bounces wildly. Considering the post is estimated to be 12 feet tall and 500 pounds, and Grace couldn't weigh much more than 100 pounds, this would be impossible.
Adam Barr wrote the first half of the episode with Kari Lizer providing the story, while Jeff Greenstein and Alex Herschlag wrote the second half with Jhoni Marchinko providing the story.
After Grace affirms Will's assertion that Sheila "is a whore's name," the nurse says that her name is Sheila. But in Season 2's "Seed of Discontent," the same nurse has the name "Sue" clearly emblazoned on her nametag.
This episode only features the main cast, who all interact with someone off-screen.
Goof: After the magic show when Jack and Karen are talking in the bathroom/dressing room, the towel around Jack's neck changes positions in between takes.
In an odd little props inconsistency, the painting (portrait of a man's face, resembled a young Ricky Ricardo) that had been to the left of Will and Grace's fireplace for 4 years is suddenly gone in this episode, replaced by a different (albeit similar) portait for the rest of the season.
The actor that plays Grace's client, Vince, is Barry Livingston--best known for playing Chip in the 60's tv show My Three Sons.
The first cop Will and Grace speak to in the opening scene is the same cop from Season 3's "Girl Trouble" who asked Will if a man at the gym was ' a gay'.
Music: "Get Ur Freak On" by Missy Elliott; "Loving You" by Minnie Riperton.
During the scene where Gavin and Will are back at Will's apartment, one of the snacks Will gets is cookies. He says they are chocolate chip, although those and the ones Jack was eating earlier, looked a lot like mini oreos.
Will: (to Grace) You're gonna meet a doctor by the weekend.
While it wasn't "by the weekend", this line was foreshadowing to the Season 5 premiere where Grace did meet, and subsequently married, a doctor.
Tom Poston, who plays Norman, is married to actress Suzanne Pleshette, who would go on to play Karen's mother.
Goof: In the first scene with Norman, Karen is wearing a black dress and a single line of pearls. The position of the pearls changes from shot to shot, despite the fact that she never touches them.
Hayes selected this episode and "A Chorus Lie" as his tapes for Emmy consideration this season. He lost to Brad Garrett.
This is the first episode not to feature Will and Grace's apartment.
Suzanne Pleshette would later star in the Will & Grace producers' other show "Good Morning, Miami" on NBC for the Fall 2002 as Claire the series' star's grandmother.
Sean Hayes selected this episode and "Went to a Garden Potty" as his tapes for Emmy consideration this season. Hayes lost to Brad Garrett this season.
When shown in syndication, the scene where Woman#1, Woman#2, and Woman#3 are trying to proposition Will, is edited and sometimes it is completely cut.
Owen (Matt Damon) said he was in a long-term relationship with his high school boyfriend "Ben". Although he was lying, this may have been a reference to Damon's friend Ben Affleck.
When Jack and Karen jump on the bed to tickle Rosario, Karen originally fell off the bed. It later appeared as a blooper.