Actor Allusion: Tons.
Jules (Cox) asking her son if he's just faking being sad to make happy news a surprise - frequently done by Joey. Also, like Monica, Jules is a good cook and somewhat of a neat freak.
When Jules fails to get a reference to Seinfeld, Elles tells her it was a show... "You know, Must See TV?"
Could be 2 references in one, as Scrubs was also an infrequent part of the "Must See TV" line-up (at one point even having Friends as its direct lead-in).
Ellie (Miller) losing interest every time the conversation stops being about her, and using the exact phrase" I'm back in!" whenever somebody says something interesting again.
Travis noting to Kirsten explaining how she's his escape from 'friends' prison immediately after mentioning Jules.
Travis flipping through Jules's yearbook and finding the picture of her dancing with Bruce Springsteen. She proceeds to demonstrate.
Travis's college roommate, Kevin, is mentioned as being an "all-state linebacker in high school."
Ellie's husband has had 2 vasectomies.
Both Grayson and Andy have been in Alanis Morissette videos.
Too many references to Scrubs to include here, see Crossover Punchline example on the main page for the most concentrated single instance.
Both Josh Hopkins (Grayson) and Ian Gomez (Andy) were in Alanis Morisette videos, which made it on the show (Grayson's modeling past and Andy's... random-ass past).
Channel Hop: From ABC to TBS.
Dawson Casting: 18-year-old Travis is played by 25-year-old Dan Byrd. It works, though.
His 23-year-old girlfriend Kirsten was played by 30-year-old Collete Wolfe. It didn't really work. Averted with his Season 1 girlfriend Kylie played by Spencer Locke who was 18 in 2009.
As of 2013, Courteney Cox is 49. Jules is 41.
Word of God: In 2014, Bill Lawerence finally confirmed what the show wouldve been called had the title been changed, on Twitter. "Sunshine State"