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Goof: At the end of the episode when Jack and Karen come out of Jack's apartment to join W&G at the elevator, the door to Jack's apartment is left open. None of the characters move from their spaces, but in later shots, the door is closed.
Goof: When Jack sits down to eat his dinner that Will kept warm, he doesn't take off the silver foil. However, a second later he starts eating the dinner. You never saw him taking off the silver foil, nor was there time for him to do so.
Goof: Jack puts the letters down on the lower part of his desk before Karen pokes him with a stick, but in the next shot they're on the upper part.
After 6 seasons of working for Grace, Karen officially quits Grace Adler Designs.
This episode received the 2005 Emmy nomination for Outstanding Multi-Camera Picture Editing For A Series.
During the End Credits, Erinn Carter's credit has her character name as "Alex," but Grace calls her "Katherine."
Continuity Goof: Karen said she never cashed any of Grace's paychecks, which is untrue because in the season 2 episode "Polk Defeats Truman," Karen cashed all of the checks she had received from the time she started working for Grace Adler Designs up until that point.
Continuity Goof: Karen said she's been working for Grace for 9 years. In season 1, she'd only been working for Grace for six months, so if that were true that would put her at close to 8 years working at Grace Adler Designs.
In the first bookstore scene, there's a guy in a grey sweater in the back looking over books. Watch closely as he's always looking at the same book.
It's revealed in this episode that Stanley had the same birthday as Will.
Continuity Goof: In the season 1 episode "Yours, Mine Or Ours", Will says he's a Scorpio, but in this episode Jack says that Will and Stan are Libras.
The blurb Grace says to try to avoid Ned in the elevator as the doors are closing ("Oh, huh, what, I can't stop it...") is the same thing Will did to her when she was trying to catch the elevator to tag along on a date in the season 4 episode "Jingle Balls".
This is the first appearance Jack's Cher doll in almost 4 years.
Continuity Goof: Will & Grace state that they don't have people they like over for dinner, including Joe & Larry and Rob & Ellen. However, Rob & Ellen are over for dinner in the season 1 episodes "Pilot" and "Alley Cats" and in the season 4 episode "Someone Old, Someplace New." Grace also has Rob and Ellen over for a disastrous dinner in the season 2 episode "Guess Who's Not Coming To Dinner," where they make it pretty clear that they prefer Will's cooking.
Goof: The elevator buttons were previously on the right side, but in this episode they are on the left side.
The idea of the gay network was to parody rival conmpany Viacom's idea of a gay network, which at the time of this episode is planned for 2005.
Writer/Producer Jon Kinnally was uncredited for his role as Mitchell, even though he has more lines than the rest of the speaking guest actors in the show.
The opening titles have been changed for the first time since season 4.
Karen and Lyle split up after 20 minutes of marriage and Jack mentions that he and Stuart have broken up because Jack cheated. Neither Lyle nor Stuart will appear on the show again.
After actress Debra Messing (Grace) gave birth to her first child in the spring of 2004, and after a 4-episode hiatus, she finally returns to the show, at the start of this season.
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