* GodDoesNotOwnThisWorld: Al Lowe had little-to-no involvement in ''Magna Cum Laude'' or ''Box Office Bust''. Heck, due to poor foresight, Al doesn't own the rights to Larry.
** And again, Al won't be involved with any potential remakes of games 2-3 and 5-7 since his two-year agreement ran out, and a number of unsaid reasons led him to not renewing his contract.
* NamesTheSame: There are technically two games in the series named ''Leisure Suit Larry's Casino''. The first one was a compilation of the casino games from the LSL 1 VGA remake and LSL 5 under the ''Crazy Nick's Software Picks'' budget line.
* MissingEpisode: ''Leisure Suit Larry 4: The Missing Floppies''. Actually, Al Lowe declared after the third part that he'd never make ''LSL 4''. He kept his promise, didn't make ''LSL 4'' and continued with ''LSL 5''.
** Around after the development of Love for Sail, there were plans for an 8th installment of the series called [[JustForPun Lust In Space]]. However the decline of adventure gaming and Sierra's eventual closing and buyout by Vivendi effectively grinded production to a halt. However [[http://www.allowe.com/games/larry/inside-stories/lsl8-plot.html Al lowe has some stuff about this unmade title]].
** According to the video game book, ''Porn & Pong: How Grand Theft Auto, Tomb Raider and other Sexy Games Changed Our Culture'', when the Larry series was [[JustForPun hot]], there were talks about a ''Leisure Suit Larry'' film. Jim Carrey was offered a role for the film, but he later declined the role. Al Lowe mentions that the studios offered Carrey scripts for the film that didn't feel like the game.
** Before the subtitle of "Love for Sail" was chosen for LSL 7, [[http://www.allowe.com/games/larry/inside-stories/rejected-titles.html many others]] were considered. Some of them were included in the game as titles of books in the library.