In this episode Will begins his new job as a lawyer for the Coalition for Justice.
This is Bobbi Adler's first appearance since her brief stint in the season 7 episode "It's a Dad, Dad, Dad, Dad World".
This is the first episode in which Beverley's "business associate" Benji speaks.
This is Beverley Leslie's first appearance since season seven's "Friends with Benefits."
The plotline is a callback to the very first episode of Will & Grace; Will tells Grace that she's destined to meet the love of her life during an airplane ride just like in a movie they saw.
This is Leo's first appearance since the season 7 episode "FYI: I Hurt, Too".
When Will is listing the Caberet acts put on by Jack McFarland, he forgets "Jack 2000" (Season 3) and "Jack Magic" (Season 4).
The same injury that limited Megan's performance at the Emmy Awards and the live season premier, "Alive and Schticking," kept her immobile for this episode as well, which was filmed after the Emmys (September 18th) and shortly before the live premier (September 29th). If you watch carefully, you will see that she's sitting down during all of her scenes at Grace Adler Designs and Will's Autumn Carnival. Of the injury Megan said, "I rehearsed with Donald Trump the day before yesterday and then we went home and we had the TV on. There was a stupid commercial with silly music and I was sort of cavorting. I was doing silly dancing and I went up in the air, came down and couldn't walk. I think I tore a muscle in my calf, apparently, so we'll see..."
It's revealed that Malcolm's real name is Rene.
Will said that Clyde was born in 1934, which is the year Richard Chamberlain, the actor playing the part of Clyde, was born.
Song: The song that Jack sings when he is in the steam room with Stan is "Stormy Weather" by Ethel Waters.
The menu that Will & Grace give Clyde to keep score on is from Happy Noodle, the restaurant that Grace boycotted but then couldn't resist in the season 6 episode A Gay/December Romance.
This is Larry's first appearance since the season 7 episode "Key Party".
This is Ellen's first appearance since the season 7 episode "Sour Balls".
Robert Kariakin was credited as Waiter, but no waiter appears in this episode.
Goof: When making her dramatic exit, Grace leaves her wrap which is folded on the chair near the door.
Continuity error: In this episode, Jack says that he has known Will for 17 years, and in the last episode Will claimed to be 41 years old; that would mean he met Jack when he was 24 years old. However in the season 3 episode, "Lows in the Mid-Eighties," he met Jack while he was in college in 1985, which was 20 years ago.
Goof: Will celebrated his 37th birthday last season, but in this episode he tells Karen that he's a "41 year-old unemployed lawyer".
When Grace tries to say "What is the matter with you?! I'm not an homophobe!", she ended up saying "¡¿Que es la problema con su gente?! ¡No soy un homophobe!". The right way to say it is "¡¿CUAL es la problema con su gente?! ¡No soy UNA HOMOFOBICA!".
In "No Sex 'N' The City", Grace spoke french thinking it was spanish. In this episode, she speaks almost very well.
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