A special annotated "pop-up" edition of this episode aired April 10th, 2003, complete with trivia and edited jokes.
Jack: (to Will) What's the big deal? It's not like you just found out you're adopted... or Canadian.
Eric McCormack, who plays Will Truman, was born and raised in Canada.
Music: "Dirrty" by Christina Aguilera.
Although unconfirmed and uncredited, many believe that the voice of the pencil sharpener at the end of the episode is that of Seth MacFarlane, creator and voice actor for the hit animated series Family Guy and American Dad. He did mention in an interview with IGN Entertainment that he once did a voiceover for Will & Grace but it ended up on the editing room floor.
Joan Jaffrey Poust (the passenger next to Grace) is series writer Tracy Poust's mother
Goof: Karen states that she pinched Paul Lynde's wallet at the Dessert Inn in '84. However, Paul Lynde died in 1982, so, this is not possible.
This is Elliot's first appearance since the season 4 finale "A.I.: Artificial Insemination", and is his only appearance this season.
It's odd that Will remembers the Toy Soldiers in the Nutcracker and wants to see the show, but then is creeped out at the end when he realizes the play is about toys that come to life in the end.
Ironically, this is the only episode where Harry Connick Jr. (who is an accomplished singer and musician) sings. He joins the cast singing 'Let It Snow' at the end of the episode.
Megan Mullally submitted this episode and "23" as her tapes for Emmy consideration this season. She lost for the third straight year to Doris Roberts.
While Will and Jack are eating breakfast, the bottle of milk's open in one shot but it's suddenly closed when Jack's shown from behind in the next...
Music featured in this episode:
"Fire" by Ohio Players
Theme from "Brideshead Revisited"
"Time of the Season" by The Zombies
Jack throws a perfect spiral pass in the park. But in the season 4 episode "Moveable Feast" Jack tries to throw a football his stepfather gave to Elliott just a couple feet and it ended up behind him.
The song that Grace butchers at her wedding reception is "Through The Eyes Of Love", the theme from the movie Ice Castles.
Goof: During the scene just after Leo and Grace have announced their marriage, Will's picnic basket is on his dining table. As the scene progresses in different shots, the basket sometimes has both sides open and sometimes just one. This continues right up until the end of the scene.
The episode was the show's official 100th episode and was followed by a special clip show.
We learn that Leo's real name is Marvin.
The music played while Will walks Grace down the aisle is the theme tune from the 1981 television adaption of Evelyn Waugh's novel Brideshead Revisited.
Near the end of the first scene in the park, Jack throws a beautiful, spiraling pass. Unfortunately for right-handed Jack, the football is spinning in the wrong direction for him to have thrown it.
Sean Hayes submitted this episode and "Bacon and Eggs" as his tapes for Emmy consideration this season. He lost to Brad Garrett.
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