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This is the first time we hear about Jack's ongoing project - "Just Jack."
You can see several posters for shows-- the obligatory Judy Garland one, 42nd Street, Guys & Dolls, etc.-- in the background, despite the fact that it's just a bar, not a venue. No self-respecting small gay bar would be without its show posters!
Goof: When Will and Grace enter the elevator while they are taking the kids around trick-or-treating, the kids' pumpkin bags have faces, but in the next shot they are plain orange.
According to this episode, you can find your drag name by taking the name of your first pet and the name of the first street you lived on. Karen's was Shu-Shu Fontana and Jack's was Glen 125th.
As Will and Grace head off with the kids to apartment 9B to start their trick-or-treating, we get a rare look at the hallway from the other direction - from around the corner back towards the elevator (although we don't see that far).
We also get what may be the only view of the fourth wall of Will's apartment - the wall that we normally see "through" as the audience.
This is the first episode to abandon the original black and white look and go with the blue 'W&G' logo.
Jack comes into Will's Apartment and says that he has on a Klingon suit. However, the outfit that he is wearing is not Klingon its just a random alien suit.
Though the delivery guy is just called Delivery Man in the credits, his shirt says his name is Joey.
The foam "head" on the protein shake changes from small to larger.
When Grace and Karen are on the phone at Grace's office, there is a quote on the blackboard that reads: "Fashion can be bought. Style one must possess." This was said by designer Edna Woolman Chase.
When Grace slams into the side of the elevator buttons, they all light up except 4 (which is supposed to happen), but #5 lights up after she moves away from the panel.
When Debra is spun by Eric during their dance, her dress strap falls off her left shoulder, she adjusts it and then drops her hand so that they're both hanging at 4 and 8 o'clock. But when Eric stops dancing and looks at her, her arms are straight out at 3 and 9 o'clock.
As Karen waits for her massage, a candle alternates from lit to unlit several times.
In this episode we learn that Grace's office is located in the Puck Building at 295 Lafayette St., south of Houston St.
In this episode Jack's full name is revealed as John Phillip McFarland.
The guy at the movie theatre reminds Will that they met at Jon Kinnally's party. Jon Kinnally is a writer/producer on the series.
When Will and Grace go and see a movie you can hear some of the Titanic theme song, but when they get back Grace mentions that Will couldn't even sit through a ninety minute movie. Titanic is more then a ninety minute movie, in fact it is about twice that.
When Will comes home and finds Grace asleep on the vent, she sits straight up on her knees and we see her face. Look closely, even though her face was sitting right on the vent itself, we see no "vent pattern" impressed upon her face.
Goof: The people seated behind Karen at the ice show change seats throughout the scene.
While unsuccessfully trying to make reservations for Will's birthday, Grace tries to claim that it's for Demi Moore. When that doesn't get her anywhere, she says "Believe me, I'm not crazy about her either".
Demi Moore will appear in the season 5 episode "Women & Children First."
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