Jhoni at Hoffman Travel was voiced by writer/producer Jhoni Marchinko.
This si the first episode of Will & Grace to have just the stars of the show with no Guest Stars.
Karen: Hi honey, whatcha doing?
Grace: Just reading some old letters Nathan wrote me. Listen to this one. It’s beautiful. We… we need milk (Sobs) I mean, how sweet is it to remind me to get milk?
Karen: Well, I never understood the mating rituals of the poor. But, it sounds nice.
Grace: It should have worked out, Karen.
Karen: Oh, shoulda, woulda, Prada, honey!
Grace: Look, I'm sorry I'm not as strong as you all are. I wish that I were, but I'm not. Will, your lover of seven years left you, and you have to live every day knowing that he's out there loving someone else. I couldn't do that. I would die. And, Karen, your husband's in prison, the rock of your life, and you don't know when you're gonna see him again. If I were you, I'd be a total wreck. And, Jack... You're so resilient. You're a 32-year-old actor-singer who gets involved in a million different relationships and never gets invested in any of them. I wish that I could do that, but I can't. (Pause) I'm not like any of you. I just handle things differently, so, please, just let me go back to bed and deal with things the only way that I know how.
When Jack comes in the apartment, he has a fake mole on, that mysteriously disappears after Will leaves.
Karen: Hi, girls. How's Grace?
Karen: How bad?
Will: Mariah Carey in Glitter.
An amusing reference to Mariah Carey's big screen flop, Glitter.
Will: Are you with me? Ok, let's go! Yeah!
Will shouts this and then rushes through the door only to come back immediatly after. This is exactly the same scene that Bluto (John Belushi) played in Animal House.
Episode Title: Bed, Bath & Beyond.
The title of this episode is taken from the furniture and accessory store of the same name: Bed, Bath & Beyond.