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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.
Tom's wife was doused when she didn't know who won the Tony for Best Featured Actress in a Musical in 1975--the answer is Dee Dee Bridgewater as Glinda in The Wiz.
Randall: You have just become the top of my List of Enemies. You have just leapt RIGHT past Wilmer Valderrama. Congratulations, BUDDY!
In addition to being friends with Wilmer Valderrama in real life, Seth Green (Randall) also costarred with him in That 70's Show.
The end of the original half-hour episode comes when Grace walks around the Ram at the museum.
In the scene where Grace is reminiscing about college to Karen, she says, "Tell me more. Tell me more, like does he have a car?", a line sung by Marty in Grease. In 1994, Megan Mullally, who plays Karen, starred as Marty in Grease the Broadway Revival.
When Karen says over the speaker that "Beverly Leslie is a homosexual", the shot that shows at that point is several years old (before 2001). How can you tell? First, there is a Concorde in the dock when all have been dismantled. But the biggest giveaway is downtown NYC. The Twin Towers are still visible.
Goof: Listen when Tom touches the artifact, it's hollow.
Continuity Error: In this episode, Karen says that she used plant food to make her breasts grow, however in the episode "Board Games," Karen tells Will that she took horse pills.
Jack's acting students, Joanne and Russell, were last seen in the episode "Me & Mr. Jones."
After 5 1/2 years, Will quits his job at Doucette & Stein.
Goof: When Will's mom puts the first sandwich on a plate you can see her put it on the plate again from a different angle.
Legally speaking, an attorney cannot help a client make a will if they are one of the beneficiaries.
This is the first appearance of Grace's father, Martin Adler.
James Burrows received an Emmy nomination for Outstanding Directing for a Comedy Series for his work on this episode.
Grace is supposed to look like she fell into a water hazzard, but her hair looks barely wet in the golf house.
Goof: When Will is having his first session with his therapist, Sharon Stone has her legs crossed. But from scene to scene the way they are crossed - left over right/right over left - changes several times, though she doesn't appear to move at all.
Goof: It's necessary for Karen's 'sippy-cup' joke, but it seems very odd that, in setting up the entire apartment to be child-friendly, Grace would leave an entire trolley of alcohol right in front of the play area, especially as it doesn't seem to be a fixture that's there normally.
We learn that Ellen's newest-born baby is named Roman, or "Little Roman" as specifically stated. This is a reference to Debra Messing's son, Roman, who was born in the Spring of 2004.
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