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The wine cooler Will drinks goes down half a glass between takes.
Foreshadowing: Karen makes reference to buying an island, which happens in the season 2 finale episode, "Ben, Her?".
A running joke in the series is that Karen hardly ever seems to eat, yet we see her in Taco Time with some food in front of her.
Goof: In the last scene when Karen and Rosario are in the limo, Karen pours herself a martini. As she's pouring it, you can see that there is no olive in the glass. Right after there is an olive in it, and then it disappears again.
It is revealed that Grace's middle name is Elizabeth.
Beginning with this episode, new opening credits are used, featuring a lineup of the main characters shown behind the show's logo. Shelley Morrison's name is also added to the opening credits as a regular cast member. However, this only occurs in episodes in which she appears.
When Karen is in the meeting with Will, Stanley's hand touches her breast. However, isn't Stan supposed to be huge? The hand that touches her doesn't lead one to believe it's from a large person.
Goof: Two of the plants that Will is watering switch places without being touched.
This is the first time we see Klaus Von Puppy and Guapo in season 3, and one of the last times they were featured in the series.
After having them separated for a year in different apartments, Grace moves back in with Will, and Jack sublets Grace's apartment across the hall.
Gregory Hines has shaved his goatee and changed his hair since last we saw him as Ben because he was filming Bojangles at the time, a movie about the life of Bill "Bojangles" Robinson.
Look hard at the baby when Will is holding it. It's a fake. There is an outtake on the Season 3 DVD where you can really see it.
Karen's drink vanishes between takes with Grace. This is because they forgot a line and had to add it back in.
This is the only episode to never have been repeated during the show's prime-time run.
The elevator behind Karen goes no where! You can tell they just fade a set of lights downward.
This episode marks the last appearance of Gregory Hines in the series. Hines had planned to make a return to the show until he became sick in 2002. He passed away in mid 2003.
It's odd that Grace claimed to go to Sunday School for 10 years when she was younger because Sunday School is a practice in Christian churches and Grace is Jewish. Sabbath services in Jewish synagogues are held on Friday nights and Saturday mornings and children typically attend Hebrew School, not Sunday School.
In this episode Will says that the book Rabbit, Run is one of his favorites. This is the second time he's mentioned being a fan of author John Updike, the first was in the season 2 episode, "Guess Who's Not Coming To Dinner".
Patrick Dempsey makes the comment "You and Jerry Lewis need to work on your act." Two years later, Sean Hayes played Jerry Lewis in a TV Movie about the career he had with Dean Martin.
Jack is now a sales associate at Banana Republic, which network heads were pushing for since it was odd that Jack never held a steady job in the series run.
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