Gretchen German was mistakenly credited as "Tasha" in this episode. She was the one who played Carla/Carl.
This is the only episode rated TV14 (as opposed to TVPG).
We find out that Rob is Will's accountant.
Jack: I know! A progressive spa party. Yeah. We'll go from one lovely bachelor's pad to the next. And at each place we'll do a different treatment. A steam facial here, a deep pore cleansing there ... And then - Knock, knock, hello, seaweed wrap? Yes. Come on in.
Will: That is the gayest thing I've ever heard.
Jack: Will, something really bad happened. I got, uh ... I got ... (Whispering) excited.
Will: You mean, excited like "I want to wear what she's wearing" excited?
Jack: No! Excited the way the 3 of the 4 Baldwins and one of the 2 Quaids get me excited.
Will: Oh, my God. It's finally happened. You've gotten so gay, you've looped around to straight again.
Karen: Speaking of half women, I got to get back to Stan's mother. (To Carla) Oh, wait, hey, say! Come on. Come with me. We'll scare the crap out of her, and we'll get you $1,000 closer to your snippety doo-dah day. Come on.
When Megan's shirt opens up while riding Jack, Megan almost laughs. But she quickly catches herself and gives a mean face instead.
When Jack runs away, he goes to a staricase. If you look closely you'll see that the door he runs out of has the number 9C on it. Obviously Will's apartment. But the stairs to the building are down the hall past Grace's place. So where is this mysterious "storage stairwell?" Its apparenently next to the kitchen. But we never see the door to it in another episode... ever!
Will: There's a crazy woman in there coming at me like--like Chuckie in a "C"-cup.
A funny reference to the Child's Play films.
Jack: Karen, I know the difference between 6:00 and 12:00, and this was midnight at the oasis.
A funny reference to the song "Midnight At The Oasis" by Maria Muldaur.
Will: I believe I heard Pope RuPaul II say that.
Quick reference to modle/singer RuPaul.
Episode Title: An Affair To Forget.
The episode title is a play off the 1957 film An Affair To Remember.
Grace: Listen to me Chatty Cathy!
Quick reference to the Chatty Cathy dolls that people have been collecting for decades.