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This is the groundbreaking hit comedy series about two best friends - Will, a successful gay Manhattan lawyer and Grace, a straight, self-employed interior decorator.

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This is the groundbreaking hit comedy series about two best friends - Will, a successful gay Manhattan lawyer and Grace, a straight, self-employed interior decorator.

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    Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot

    Will Truman (Eric McCormack), a handsome, successful Manhattan lawyer, and Grace Adler (Debra Messing), a beautiful, self-employed interior designer, are best friends. In fact, they're absolutely perfect for each other - except that Will just happens to be gay. When Grace receives an unexpected marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Will tries to be supportive of her decision but finally tells her that she's making a mistake, even though he's putting their friendship at risk. The situation is complicated by interference from Grace's socialite assistant, Karen Walker (Megan Mullally), and Will's outrageous friend, Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes).

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    • 23 Minutes

    Will Truman (Eric McCormack), a handsome, successful Manhattan lawyer, and Grace Adler (Debra Messing), a beautiful, self-employed interior designer, are best friends. In fact, they're absolutely perfect for each other - except that Will just happens to be gay. When Grace receives an unexpected marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Will tries to be supportive of her decision but finally tells her that she's making a mistake, even though he's putting their friendship at risk. The situation is complicated by interference from Grace's socialite assistant, Karen Walker (Megan Mullally), and Will's outrageous friend, Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes).

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    • 23 Minutes
    • EPISODE 2

    Season 1, Episode 2: A New Lease On Life

    Will (Eric McCormack) must decide whether to support Grace's (Debra Messing) independence by encouraging her to take an apartment across town or selfishly keep her close by inviting her to share his living space. The decision may be made easier, however, by the nagging presence of Will's current roommate, Jack (Sean Hayes), and his parrot, Guapo. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack meet for the first time and find each other to be fabulous. Gary Grubbs also stars.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Will (Eric McCormack) must decide whether to support Grace's (Debra Messing) independence by encouraging her to take an apartment across town or selfishly keep her close by inviting her to share his living space. The decision may be made easier, however, by the nagging presence of Will's current roommate, Jack (Sean Hayes), and his parrot, Guapo. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack meet for the first time and find each other to be fabulous. Gary Grubbs also stars.

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    • 21 Minutes
    • EPISODE 3

    Season 1, Episode 3: Head Case

    When Grace (Debra Messing) moves in with Will (Eric McCormack), she complains that the guest bathroom is too small and suggests knocking the common wall down to create one big master bathroom, which results in Will having to confront his own issues on change and his ability to have a successful relationship. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) bear the brunt of Will and Grace's displaced anger.

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    • 21 Minutes

    When Grace (Debra Messing) moves in with Will (Eric McCormack), she complains that the guest bathroom is too small and suggests knocking the common wall down to create one big master bathroom, which results in Will having to confront his own issues on change and his ability to have a successful relationship. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) bear the brunt of Will and Grace's displaced anger.

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    • EPISODE 4

    Season 1, Episode 4: Between a Rock and Harlin's Place

    When Grace (Debra Messing) decorates Harlin's (Gary Grubbs) apartment, she gets carried away with a cowboy theme. Will (Eric McCormack) is both shocked and embarrassed by the cowboy chic and makes an even greater mess of the situation. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) decides to embark on a singing career - with a little help from Karen (Megan Mullally).

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    • 21 Minutes

    When Grace (Debra Messing) decorates Harlin's (Gary Grubbs) apartment, she gets carried away with a cowboy theme. Will (Eric McCormack) is both shocked and embarrassed by the cowboy chic and makes an even greater mess of the situation. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) decides to embark on a singing career - with a little help from Karen (Megan Mullally).

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    • EPISODE 5

    Season 1, Episode 5: Boo! Humbug!

    On All Hallows Eve, Jack (Sean Hayes) is dressed as David 'Hutch' Soul (of 'Starsky and Hutch') while Karen (Megan Mullally) is costumed as a cat woman for a night in the Village filled with drag queens and a few surprises. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) go trick-or-treating in the apartment building while babysitting Harlan's (Gary Grubbs) two young kids (guest stars Reiley McClendon and Jorden Ashley) who are dressed as Buzzy Wuzzy and Richard Nixon.

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    • 21 Minutes

    On All Hallows Eve, Jack (Sean Hayes) is dressed as David 'Hutch' Soul (of 'Starsky and Hutch') while Karen (Megan Mullally) is costumed as a cat woman for a night in the Village filled with drag queens and a few surprises. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) go trick-or-treating in the apartment building while babysitting Harlan's (Gary Grubbs) two young kids (guest stars Reiley McClendon and Jorden Ashley) who are dressed as Buzzy Wuzzy and Richard Nixon.

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    • EPISODE 6

    Season 1, Episode 6: William, Tell

    When Jack (Sean Hayes) reveals to Grace (Debra Messing) that Will (Eric McCormack) once had an affair with a 'client,' she becomes paranoid that Will is keeping secrets from her. Her suspicions continue to grow when Will meets Karen (Megan Mullally) for a discreet meeting to discuss her legal problems and will only tell Grace he's meeting with a client.

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    When Jack (Sean Hayes) reveals to Grace (Debra Messing) that Will (Eric McCormack) once had an affair with a 'client,' she becomes paranoid that Will is keeping secrets from her. Her suspicions continue to grow when Will meets Karen (Megan Mullally) for a discreet meeting to discuss her legal problems and will only tell Grace he's meeting with a client.

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    • EPISODE 7

    Season 1, Episode 7: Where There's a Will, There's No Way

    Grace (Debra Messing) blames her relationship with Will (Eric McCormack) as the reason for her lack of interest in dating and decides they can no longer have fun together. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) enlists Will's help when the IRS catches up with him. Julian McMahon ('Profiler') makes a cameo appearance as a handsome stranger in Grace's elevator. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Grace (Debra Messing) blames her relationship with Will (Eric McCormack) as the reason for her lack of interest in dating and decides they can no longer have fun together. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) enlists Will's help when the IRS catches up with him. Julian McMahon ('Profiler') makes a cameo appearance as a handsome stranger in Grace's elevator. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    • EPISODE 8

    Season 1, Episode 8: The Buying Game

    Grace (Debra Messing) has the opportunity to buy the studio that serves as her office space and turns to Will (Eric McCormack) for first-time buyer advice. However, Will's negotiating tactics lead Grace to believe that Will thinks she is incapable of closing the deal and she sets out to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) wants to become a massage therapist and practices his technique on a delighted Karen (Megan Mullally).

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    Grace (Debra Messing) has the opportunity to buy the studio that serves as her office space and turns to Will (Eric McCormack) for first-time buyer advice. However, Will's negotiating tactics lead Grace to believe that Will thinks she is incapable of closing the deal and she sets out to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) wants to become a massage therapist and practices his technique on a delighted Karen (Megan Mullally).

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    • EPISODE 9

    Season 1, Episode 9: The Truth about Will and Dogs

    Will (Eric McCormack) balks at first when Grace (Debra Messing) decides to adopt a dog, but the winsome pooch soon becomes his obsession, until Grace coaxes him to let Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) puppy-sit, with surprising results.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) balks at first when Grace (Debra Messing) decides to adopt a dog, but the winsome pooch soon becomes his obsession, until Grace coaxes him to let Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) puppy-sit, with surprising results.

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    • EPISODE 10

    Season 1, Episode 10: The Big Vent

    Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) become hooked on a real-life soap opera unfolding in their neighbors' apartment when they begin eavesdropping through the new heating vent in their floor. As Will and Grace live vicariously through the marital infidelities of the downstairs couple (guest stars Tom Sullivan and Corinne Bohrer), Jack (Sean Hayes) feels neglected and enlists Karen's (Megan Mullally) help in staging a play that drives the message home to his two best friends. Robert Curtis Brown and Jensen Daggett ('The Single Guy') guest-star as the stage actors who portray Will and Grace.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) become hooked on a real-life soap opera unfolding in their neighbors' apartment when they begin eavesdropping through the new heating vent in their floor. As Will and Grace live vicariously through the marital infidelities of the downstairs couple (guest stars Tom Sullivan and Corinne Bohrer), Jack (Sean Hayes) feels neglected and enlists Karen's (Megan Mullally) help in staging a play that drives the message home to his two best friends. Robert Curtis Brown and Jensen Daggett ('The Single Guy') guest-star as the stage actors who portray Will and Grace.

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    • EPISODE 11

    Season 1, Episode 11: Will on Ice

    It's Will's (Eric McCormack) birthday and all he wants is a nice, quiet dinner with his two best friends, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes). When Jack and Grace discover they share a passion for figure skating, they surprise Will with tickets for 'Champions on Ice' (including guest-star and award-winning figure skater Rudy Galindo as himself) and Karen (Megan Mullally) reluctantly joins the special evening.

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    • 21 Minutes

    It's Will's (Eric McCormack) birthday and all he wants is a nice, quiet dinner with his two best friends, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes). When Jack and Grace discover they share a passion for figure skating, they surprise Will with tickets for 'Champions on Ice' (including guest-star and award-winning figure skater Rudy Galindo as himself) and Karen (Megan Mullally) reluctantly joins the special evening.

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    • EPISODE 12

    Season 1, Episode 12: My Fair Maid-Y

    Will (Eric McCormack) hires a cleaning lady (guest star Wendie Jo Sperber, 'Bosom Buddies') to 'rescue' his designing roommate Grace (Debra Messing) from the creative chaos that litters their apartment, and while preparing for an annual decorators' contest, Grace develops a dependency on her maid and can't create without her. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) poses as an attorney in Will's office to impress an attractive guy (guest star Raphael Sbarge) he hopes to date.

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    • 21 Minutes

    Will (Eric McCormack) hires a cleaning lady (guest star Wendie Jo Sperber, 'Bosom Buddies') to 'rescue' his designing roommate Grace (Debra Messing) from the creative chaos that litters their apartment, and while preparing for an annual decorators' contest, Grace develops a dependency on her maid and can't create without her. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) poses as an attorney in Will's office to impress an attractive guy (guest star Raphael Sbarge) he hopes to date.

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    • EPISODE 13

    Season 1, Episode 13: The Unsinkable Mommy Adler

    Grace's (Debra Messing) visiting mom, Bobbi Adler (guest star Debbie Reynolds, Oscar nominee for 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown'), a would-be star whose propensity for breaking out into show tunes and impressions dismays her daughter - and delights Will (Eric McCormack), Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) - wreaks havoc by suggesting Will and Grace wed, despite their sexual differences. When Will winces at the fantasy of committing to anyone who needs to be the star of a relationship, Grace realizes she's more of a chip off the old block than she imagined.

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    Grace's (Debra Messing) visiting mom, Bobbi Adler (guest star Debbie Reynolds, Oscar nominee for 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown'), a would-be star whose propensity for breaking out into show tunes and impressions dismays her daughter - and delights Will (Eric McCormack), Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) - wreaks havoc by suggesting Will and Grace wed, despite their sexual differences. When Will winces at the fantasy of committing to anyone who needs to be the star of a relationship, Grace realizes she's more of a chip off the old block than she imagined.

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    • EPISODE 14

    Season 1, Episode 14: Big Brother Is Coming, Pt. 1

    A 'surprise' birthday party for Jack (Sean Hayes) astounds Will (Eric McCormack) when his estranged older brother Sam (guest star John Slattery) turns up at the fete at Grace's (Debra Messing) invitation. Not only do sparks fly between the brothers, but electricity of a different sort crackles between Grace and Sam. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) flashes her platinum card for Jack as the pair shop till they drop at a boutique where the snooty salesmen previously had snubbed Jack.

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    A 'surprise' birthday party for Jack (Sean Hayes) astounds Will (Eric McCormack) when his estranged older brother Sam (guest star John Slattery) turns up at the fete at Grace's (Debra Messing) invitation. Not only do sparks fly between the brothers, but electricity of a different sort crackles between Grace and Sam. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) flashes her platinum card for Jack as the pair shop till they drop at a boutique where the snooty salesmen previously had snubbed Jack.

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    • EPISODE 15

    Season 1, Episode 15: Big Brother Is Coming, Pt. 2

    A wary Grace (Debra Messing) tells Will (Eric McCormack) of her romance with his brother, Sam (guest star John Slattery), and unleashes an avalanche of resentment. While Will wrestles with sibling rivalry, Karen (Megan Mullally) helps Jack (Sean Hayes) come to grips with turning 30 by hiring him as her personal assistant and leads Grace to sort through her true feelings for the Trumans.

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    A wary Grace (Debra Messing) tells Will (Eric McCormack) of her romance with his brother, Sam (guest star John Slattery), and unleashes an avalanche of resentment. While Will wrestles with sibling rivalry, Karen (Megan Mullally) helps Jack (Sean Hayes) come to grips with turning 30 by hiring him as her personal assistant and leads Grace to sort through her true feelings for the Trumans.

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    Season 1, Episode 16: Yours, Mine or Ours

    Stunned to find they have a 'date' with the same guy, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) compete for the affections of a handsome, charming new neighbor (guest star David Newsom, 'Homefront') at dinner, and even Jack's 'gaydar' can't pick up his preference. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) contemplates firing her driver and in a twist of irony asks Grace to role-play firing an incompetent employee.

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    Stunned to find they have a 'date' with the same guy, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) compete for the affections of a handsome, charming new neighbor (guest star David Newsom, 'Homefront') at dinner, and even Jack's 'gaydar' can't pick up his preference. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) contemplates firing her driver and in a twist of irony asks Grace to role-play firing an incompetent employee.

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    • EPISODE 17

    Season 1, Episode 17: Secrets and Lays

    The gang retreats to a cabin in Vermont for the weekend, where Grace (Debra Messing) rekindles romance with an old flame (guest star David Sutcliffe) and tries to hide the fling from Will (Eric McCormack), who's pining on the eve of his would-be anniversary. Meanwhile, Karen's (Megan Mullally) culinary efforts go up in smoke, as does Jack's (Sean Hayes) attempt to cheer Will by dragging him to a gay pub, where the town barber-turned-hair stylist (guest star Tom Bosley, 'Happy Days') sidles up to him.

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    The gang retreats to a cabin in Vermont for the weekend, where Grace (Debra Messing) rekindles romance with an old flame (guest star David Sutcliffe) and tries to hide the fling from Will (Eric McCormack), who's pining on the eve of his would-be anniversary. Meanwhile, Karen's (Megan Mullally) culinary efforts go up in smoke, as does Jack's (Sean Hayes) attempt to cheer Will by dragging him to a gay pub, where the town barber-turned-hair stylist (guest star Tom Bosley, 'Happy Days') sidles up to him.

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    • EPISODE 18

    Season 1, Episode 18: Grace, Replaced

    Will (Eric McCormack) finds a 'substitute Grace' in Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's 'Saturday Night Live'), a new neighbor who is available for plans with Will while Grace (Debra Messing) is consumed with work. As Will and Val continue to spend more time together, Grace fears that she has been replaced and fights with Val to regain Will's attention. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) seeks support from Karen (Megan Mullally) after the court finds him guilty of slapping a meter maid and sentences him to pick up trash.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) finds a 'substitute Grace' in Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's 'Saturday Night Live'), a new neighbor who is available for plans with Will while Grace (Debra Messing) is consumed with work. As Will and Val continue to spend more time together, Grace fears that she has been replaced and fights with Val to regain Will's attention. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) seeks support from Karen (Megan Mullally) after the court finds him guilty of slapping a meter maid and sentences him to pick up trash.

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    • EPISODE 19

    Season 1, Episode 19: Will Works Out

    Will (Eric McCormack) invites Jack (Sean Hayes) to his gym on a 'buddy pass,' but when he expresses his embarrassment to Grace (Debra Messing) over his buddy's gay behavior, Jack overhears the comments and looks to set him straight about prejudice. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) continues to lend her ear when Karen's (Megan Mullally) marriage hits rocky ground and she and Karen share an evening of girl talk.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) invites Jack (Sean Hayes) to his gym on a 'buddy pass,' but when he expresses his embarrassment to Grace (Debra Messing) over his buddy's gay behavior, Jack overhears the comments and looks to set him straight about prejudice. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) continues to lend her ear when Karen's (Megan Mullally) marriage hits rocky ground and she and Karen share an evening of girl talk.

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    • EPISODE 20

    Season 1, Episode 20: Saving Grace

    Miguel Ferrer ('Lateline') guest-stars as Nathan, a successful New York publicist who hires Grace (Debra Messing) to decorate his office on the condition that Will (Eric McCormack) agrees to date him. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) uses Karen (Megan Mullally) to teach Will how to kiss someone he finds unattractive.

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    Miguel Ferrer ('Lateline') guest-stars as Nathan, a successful New York publicist who hires Grace (Debra Messing) to decorate his office on the condition that Will (Eric McCormack) agrees to date him. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) uses Karen (Megan Mullally) to teach Will how to kiss someone he finds unattractive.

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    • EPISODE 21

    Season 1, Episode 21: Alley Cats

    When Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) and Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) admit that they don't have fun playing games with Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) because of Grace's competitive nature, Grace works to change her image. However, as Grace loses her competitive edge, Will's emerges and he convinces his partner to care only about winning. Meanwhile, after learning how to administer CPR from Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) saves a workman's life.

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    When Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) and Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) admit that they don't have fun playing games with Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) because of Grace's competitive nature, Grace works to change her image. However, as Grace loses her competitive edge, Will's emerges and he convinces his partner to care only about winning. Meanwhile, after learning how to administer CPR from Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) saves a workman's life.

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    • EPISODE 22

    Season 1, Episode 22: Object of My Rejection

    After Grace (Debra Messing) contemplates a renewed relationship with her ex-fiancée, Danny (guest star Tom Verica, NBC's 'Providence'), she and Will (Eric McCormack) re-think their living situation. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) agrees to marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) maid, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison, 'Fools Rush In'), so the government won't consider her an illegal immigrant and she can continue to work for Karen.

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    After Grace (Debra Messing) contemplates a renewed relationship with her ex-fiancée, Danny (guest star Tom Verica, NBC's 'Providence'), she and Will (Eric McCormack) re-think their living situation. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) agrees to marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) maid, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison, 'Fools Rush In'), so the government won't consider her an illegal immigrant and she can continue to work for Karen.

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    • EPISODE 23

    Season 2, Episode 1: Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner

    Grace (Debra Messing) wants to prove that she's not completely dependent upon Will (Eric McCormack) by moving to the apartment across the hall. As a bold display of her newly found independence, she decides to throw a dinner party without the help of Will - much to the chagrin of her guests. In his own act of liberation, Will decides to ask a guy out that he met in a bookstore. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) moves into the maid quarters of Karen's (Megan Mullally) mansion with Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison).

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    Grace (Debra Messing) wants to prove that she's not completely dependent upon Will (Eric McCormack) by moving to the apartment across the hall. As a bold display of her newly found independence, she decides to throw a dinner party without the help of Will - much to the chagrin of her guests. In his own act of liberation, Will decides to ask a guy out that he met in a bookstore. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) moves into the maid quarters of Karen's (Megan Mullally) mansion with Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison).

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    • EPISODE 24

    Season 2, Episode 2: Election

    Grace (Debra Messing) discovers that Will (Eric McCormack) has certain perks in his apartment, such as a working fireplace, that other tenants, like her, don't have. Realizing that he's been able to acquire these goodies as President of the board of tenants, she decides to run against him in the upcoming election. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) is devastated when his beloved pet bird, Guapo, escapes when Karen (Megan Mullally) accidentally leaves a window open.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) discovers that Will (Eric McCormack) has certain perks in his apartment, such as a working fireplace, that other tenants, like her, don't have. Realizing that he's been able to acquire these goodies as President of the board of tenants, she decides to run against him in the upcoming election. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) is devastated when his beloved pet bird, Guapo, escapes when Karen (Megan Mullally) accidentally leaves a window open.

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    Season 2, Episode 3: I Never Promised You an Olive Garden

    Will and Grace find themselves “cheating”on their old, dull friends Rob and Ellen. Karen can no longer dodge the parent-teacher conference at her step kid’s school.

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    Will and Grace find themselves “cheating”on their old, dull friends Rob and Ellen. Karen can no longer dodge the parent-teacher conference at her step kid’s school.

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    Season 2, Episode 4: Polk Defeats Truman

    When Will's (Eric McCormack) ego is inflated by his powerful client, Harlin Polk (guest star Gary Grubbs) who encompasses 90% of his business, he makes the mistake of dismissing the many clients who believed in him before his success. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) tries to help curb Karen's (Megan Mullally) out-of-control spending after her husband forces her to live within a budget. Sean Hayes also stars as Jack.

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    When Will's (Eric McCormack) ego is inflated by his powerful client, Harlin Polk (guest star Gary Grubbs) who encompasses 90% of his business, he makes the mistake of dismissing the many clients who believed in him before his success. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) tries to help curb Karen's (Megan Mullally) out-of-control spending after her husband forces her to live within a budget. Sean Hayes also stars as Jack.

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    Season 2, Episode 5: Whose Mom Is It Anyway?

    Grace (Debra Messing), who is usually irritated by her well-meaning but meddling mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds), gets jealous when her mom starts to dote on Will (Eric McCormack). Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) and Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) have an interesting visit with an I.N.S. officer (guest star Cameron Watson).

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    Grace (Debra Messing), who is usually irritated by her well-meaning but meddling mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds), gets jealous when her mom starts to dote on Will (Eric McCormack). Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) and Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) have an interesting visit with an I.N.S. officer (guest star Cameron Watson).

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    • EPISODE 28

    Season 2, Episode 6: Das Boob

    When a photo of Grace (Debra Messing) gets published in a newspaper in which she appears to be much more well-endowed than she actually is, she gets asked out the next day by her unrequited high-school heartthrob (guest star Salvator Xuereb), but Karen (Megan Mullally) convinces her it's only because of the photo. Desperate to live up to her "fullfigured" image, Grace buys herself an undergarment that has less than the desired effect. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) discovers that Will (Eric McCormack) slept with one of his old lovers.

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    When a photo of Grace (Debra Messing) gets published in a newspaper in which she appears to be much more well-endowed than she actually is, she gets asked out the next day by her unrequited high-school heartthrob (guest star Salvator Xuereb), but Karen (Megan Mullally) convinces her it's only because of the photo. Desperate to live up to her "fullfigured" image, Grace buys herself an undergarment that has less than the desired effect. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) discovers that Will (Eric McCormack) slept with one of his old lovers.

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    • EPISODE 29

    Season 2, Episode 7: To Serve and Disinfect

    A recently unemployed Will (Eric McCormack) is challenged by Jack (Sean Hayes) to join his staff as a cater-waiter. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) discovers a naughty, naughty little secret of Karen's (Megan Mullally).

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    A recently unemployed Will (Eric McCormack) is challenged by Jack (Sean Hayes) to join his staff as a cater-waiter. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) discovers a naughty, naughty little secret of Karen's (Megan Mullally).

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    • EPISODE 30

    Season 2, Episode 8: Homo for the Holidays

    When Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) meet Jack's (Sean Hayes) mother (guest star Veronica Cartwright) and learn that not only is she unaware that her son is gay, she believes he has had a romantic relationship with Grace, they invite her to Thanksgiving dinner with Jack hoping to force the issue into the open. But nobody is prepared for the holiday surprise that she has for them. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    When Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) meet Jack's (Sean Hayes) mother (guest star Veronica Cartwright) and learn that not only is she unaware that her son is gay, she believes he has had a romantic relationship with Grace, they invite her to Thanksgiving dinner with Jack hoping to force the issue into the open. But nobody is prepared for the holiday surprise that she has for them. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    • EPISODE 31

    Season 2, Episode 9: Terms of Employment

    Grace (Debra Messing) is hired as an interior design consultant by a successful lawyer (Tony-winning guest star Gregory Hines) but when he reneges on his payment, she calls on Will (Eric McCormack) to represent her. Will so impresses the defendant/lawyer that he later hires Will himself. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) are contracted to create a sexual harassment video.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) is hired as an interior design consultant by a successful lawyer (Tony-winning guest star Gregory Hines) but when he reneges on his payment, she calls on Will (Eric McCormack) to represent her. Will so impresses the defendant/lawyer that he later hires Will himself. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) are contracted to create a sexual harassment video.

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    • EPISODE 32

    Season 2, Episode 10: Tea and a Total Lack of Sympathy

    Will's (Eric McCormack) new boss (guest star Gregory Hines) gives him an ultimatum - he has until Friday to bring in a major new client to the firm or lose his job. At the eleventh hour, Will is still empty-handed - but then Karen (Megan Mullally) pays an unexpected visit, and he gets an idea. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) discover that their favorite show, "Antiques on the Road," will be filming locally, and resolve to get themselves in front of the cameras.

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    Will's (Eric McCormack) new boss (guest star Gregory Hines) gives him an ultimatum - he has until Friday to bring in a major new client to the firm or lose his job. At the eleventh hour, Will is still empty-handed - but then Karen (Megan Mullally) pays an unexpected visit, and he gets an idea. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) discover that their favorite show, "Antiques on the Road," will be filming locally, and resolve to get themselves in front of the cameras.

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    Season 2, Episode 11: He's Come Undone

    When Will (Eric McCormack) finds out that Grace (Debra Messing) is dating his therapist, he believes it confirms his notion that Grace always has to be the center of attention. The whole issue causes Will to experience some strange dreams. Also, Jack (Sean Hayes) stands up to Karen (Megan Mullally) about how poorly she treats Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison).

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    When Will (Eric McCormack) finds out that Grace (Debra Messing) is dating his therapist, he believes it confirms his notion that Grace always has to be the center of attention. The whole issue causes Will to experience some strange dreams. Also, Jack (Sean Hayes) stands up to Karen (Megan Mullally) about how poorly she treats Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison).

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    Season 2, Episode 12: Oh Dad, Poor Dad, He’s Kept Me in the Closet and I’m Feeling So Sad

    Will's (Eric McCormack) ideal relationship with his loving father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) sours when his dad prepares to accept an award at his company's dinner banquet but tries to dissuade his son from attending because he's told everyone that Will is married to Grace (Debra Messing). Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) plots to have Jack (Sean Hayes) rendezvous with the man (guest star Perry King, "Riptide") whom she thinks is the father he's never met.

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    Will's (Eric McCormack) ideal relationship with his loving father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) sours when his dad prepares to accept an award at his company's dinner banquet but tries to dissuade his son from attending because he's told everyone that Will is married to Grace (Debra Messing). Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) plots to have Jack (Sean Hayes) rendezvous with the man (guest star Perry King, "Riptide") whom she thinks is the father he's never met.

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    Season 2, Episode 13: Acting Out

    When a kiss between two gay men scheduled to air on TV doesn't happen, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) go to the network to complain and have an unexpected meeting with the "Today" show's Al Roker (gueststarring as himself). Debra Messing and Megan Mullally also star in this episode partially shot on the streets of New York City.

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    When a kiss between two gay men scheduled to air on TV doesn't happen, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) go to the network to complain and have an unexpected meeting with the "Today" show's Al Roker (gueststarring as himself). Debra Messing and Megan Mullally also star in this episode partially shot on the streets of New York City.

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    Season 2, Episode 14: Seeds of Discontent

    Will's (Eric McCormack) best friend from high school, Claire (guest star Megyn Price, "Lateline"), comes to visit, with an unusual request - she would like her former classmate to donate the fruit of his loins so she can have a baby. Grace (Debra Messing) is NOT pleased. Also starring Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.

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    Will's (Eric McCormack) best friend from high school, Claire (guest star Megyn Price, "Lateline"), comes to visit, with an unusual request - she would like her former classmate to donate the fruit of his loins so she can have a baby. Grace (Debra Messing) is NOT pleased. Also starring Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.

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    Season 2, Episode 15: Sweet and Sour Charity

    After winning a call-in radio contest for prized concert tickets, Grace (Debra Messing) vows to reciprocate and volunteers her time to charity, but when she recruits Will (Eric McCormack) to join her at a community center, she quickly begs off her commitment when it conflicts with her busy social calendar. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) don't escape either from Grace's newfound charity which forces Karen to rifle through her closet - and allows Jack to accidentally donate a pair of Karen's most-prized shoes. Shelly Morrison guest stars as Rosario.

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    After winning a call-in radio contest for prized concert tickets, Grace (Debra Messing) vows to reciprocate and volunteers her time to charity, but when she recruits Will (Eric McCormack) to join her at a community center, she quickly begs off her commitment when it conflicts with her busy social calendar. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) don't escape either from Grace's newfound charity which forces Karen to rifle through her closet - and allows Jack to accidentally donate a pair of Karen's most-prized shoes. Shelly Morrison guest stars as Rosario.

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    Season 2, Episode 16: Hey La, Hey La, My Ex-Boyfriend’s Back

    Will's (Eric McCormack) ex-boyfriend Michael (guest star Chris Potter) is back in town and Will gets the vibe that he just might want to rekindle their relationship. In a rare moment of self-evaluation, Karen (Megan Mullally) decides that it's time for her to become a more involved employee at Grace Adler Designs and asks Grace (Debra Messing) for some added responsibilities. Also starring Sean Hayes.

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    Will's (Eric McCormack) ex-boyfriend Michael (guest star Chris Potter) is back in town and Will gets the vibe that he just might want to rekindle their relationship. In a rare moment of self-evaluation, Karen (Megan Mullally) decides that it's time for her to become a more involved employee at Grace Adler Designs and asks Grace (Debra Messing) for some added responsibilities. Also starring Sean Hayes.

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    Season 2, Episode 17: Advise and Resent

    When Will (Eric McCormack) is set up on a blind date (guest star Michael E. Rodgers) by his boss (guest star Gregory Hines), he has internal debates on whether or not to go. Of course, Jack (Sean Hayes) gives Will advice on how to be a good blind date. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) continues to struggle with her wimpy boyfriend Josh (guest star Corey Parker) as Karen (Megan Mullally) doles out some typically un-wanted advice.

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    When Will (Eric McCormack) is set up on a blind date (guest star Michael E. Rodgers) by his boss (guest star Gregory Hines), he has internal debates on whether or not to go. Of course, Jack (Sean Hayes) gives Will advice on how to be a good blind date. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) continues to struggle with her wimpy boyfriend Josh (guest star Corey Parker) as Karen (Megan Mullally) doles out some typically un-wanted advice.

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    Season 2, Episode 18: An Affair to Forget

    When Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) and Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) announce that they are getting married, Grace (Debra Messing) feels forced to reveal to Will (Eric McCormack) that she once slept with Rob - a secret that surfaces at Ellen's bachelorette party, and prompts Ellen to seek revenge. During Rob's bachelor party, Jack (Sean Hayes) is confused and baffled by his reactions to the entertainment. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    When Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) and Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) announce that they are getting married, Grace (Debra Messing) feels forced to reveal to Will (Eric McCormack) that she once slept with Rob - a secret that surfaces at Ellen's bachelorette party, and prompts Ellen to seek revenge. During Rob's bachelor party, Jack (Sean Hayes) is confused and baffled by his reactions to the entertainment. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 2, Episode 19: There But for the Grace of Grace

    It's a scary glimpse into the future for Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) when they visit their curmudgeonly retired college professor (guest star Orson Bean) only to discover that he is a bitter old man that has a "Grace" (guest star Piper Laurie) of his own. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) must confront her most mortal enemy - the kitchen - when Stan requests a home cooked meal for his birthday, and she looks to Jack (Sean Hayes) and Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) to come to her rescue.

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    It's a scary glimpse into the future for Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) when they visit their curmudgeonly retired college professor (guest star Orson Bean) only to discover that he is a bitter old man that has a "Grace" (guest star Piper Laurie) of his own. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) must confront her most mortal enemy - the kitchen - when Stan requests a home cooked meal for his birthday, and she looks to Jack (Sean Hayes) and Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) to come to her rescue.

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    Season 2, Episode 20: The Hospital Show

    While on a blind date, Will (Eric McCormack) finds out that Karen's husband Stan has had a heart attack and rushes to the hospital to be with the gang. Will, Jack (Sean Hayes), Grace (Debra Messing), and Rosario (guest-star Shelly Morrison) all speculate on who Karen (Megan Mullally) will turn to for her inevitable emotional breakdown. After all, who will pay the bills if Stan dies?

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    While on a blind date, Will (Eric McCormack) finds out that Karen's husband Stan has had a heart attack and rushes to the hospital to be with the gang. Will, Jack (Sean Hayes), Grace (Debra Messing), and Rosario (guest-star Shelly Morrison) all speculate on who Karen (Megan Mullally) will turn to for her inevitable emotional breakdown. After all, who will pay the bills if Stan dies?

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    Season 2, Episode 21: My Best Friend's Tush

    Grace (Debra Messing) discovers that one of Karen's (Megan Mullally) friends is the notorious Helena Barnes (guest star Joan Collins, "Dynasty"), one of New York's most-celebrated interior designers, and her primary competition for a lucrative design job. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) might regret it when he convinces Will (Eric McCormack) to help him try to obtain financing for his latest venture, The Subway Tush - a portable seat to make subway rides comfy.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) discovers that one of Karen's (Megan Mullally) friends is the notorious Helena Barnes (guest star Joan Collins, "Dynasty"), one of New York's most-celebrated interior designers, and her primary competition for a lucrative design job. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) might regret it when he convinces Will (Eric McCormack) to help him try to obtain financing for his latest venture, The Subway Tush - a portable seat to make subway rides comfy.

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    Season 2, Episode 22: Girls, Interrupted

    Grace (Debra Messing) becomes chummy with her unpredictable neighbor Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live," who reprises a character she formerly played) from down the hall, and while the pair surprisingly find they share a mutual rapport, Grace's glow dims when she tells Will (Eric McCormack) that a sentimental music box has disappeared during her new pal's visit. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) poses as a straight man to attend a party for former homosexuals who have become heterosexual - fully intent on swaying a new convert (Neil Patrick Harris, "Stark Raving Mad") back to his side of the gender-preference aisle. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) becomes chummy with her unpredictable neighbor Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live," who reprises a character she formerly played) from down the hall, and while the pair surprisingly find they share a mutual rapport, Grace's glow dims when she tells Will (Eric McCormack) that a sentimental music box has disappeared during her new pal's visit. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) poses as a straight man to attend a party for former homosexuals who have become heterosexual - fully intent on swaying a new convert (Neil Patrick Harris, "Stark Raving Mad") back to his side of the gender-preference aisle. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 2, Episode 23: Ben? Her?, Pt. 1

    Unknown to Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) has a romantic dalliance with his boss Ben (guest star Gregory Hines), but when Will finds out, she makes him promise not to interfere. At the same time, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) kindly informs Jack (Sean Hayes) that she wants a divorce so she can marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) gardener; Ben and Jack compete at tap after Jack boasts about his fancy dancing, and the season ends with living arrangements taking an interesting twist for the four Manhattan friends. Part 1 of 2.

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    Unknown to Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) has a romantic dalliance with his boss Ben (guest star Gregory Hines), but when Will finds out, she makes him promise not to interfere. At the same time, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) kindly informs Jack (Sean Hayes) that she wants a divorce so she can marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) gardener; Ben and Jack compete at tap after Jack boasts about his fancy dancing, and the season ends with living arrangements taking an interesting twist for the four Manhattan friends. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 2, Episode 24: Ben? Her?, Pt. 2

    Unknown to Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) has a romantic dalliance with his boss Ben (guest star Gregory Hines), but when Will finds out, she makes him promise not to interfere. At the same time, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) kindly informs Jack (Sean Hayes) that she wants a divorce so she can marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) gardener; Ben and Jack compete at tap after Jack boasts about his fancy dancing, and the season ends with living arrangements taking an interesting twist for the four Manhattan friends. Part 2 of 2.

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    Unknown to Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) has a romantic dalliance with his boss Ben (guest star Gregory Hines), but when Will finds out, she makes him promise not to interfere. At the same time, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) kindly informs Jack (Sean Hayes) that she wants a divorce so she can marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) gardener; Ben and Jack compete at tap after Jack boasts about his fancy dancing, and the season ends with living arrangements taking an interesting twist for the four Manhattan friends. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 3, Episode 1: New Will City

    Will (Eric McCormack) finally returns from his Caribbean working vacation and tries to help a confused Grace (Debra Messing) decide between her two sub-par boyfriends [guest stars Corey Parker and Gregory Hines (not seen)] but he gets a rude awakening when he jealously discovers that Jack (Sean Hayes) has insinuated himself with Grace in his absence - making him feel like odd man out. Elsewhere, when Karen (Megan Mullally) also arrives back from the Caribbean with expensive contraband, she cons poor Rosario (Shelley Morrison) into taking the fall and the jail time when they encounter customs.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) finally returns from his Caribbean working vacation and tries to help a confused Grace (Debra Messing) decide between her two sub-par boyfriends [guest stars Corey Parker and Gregory Hines (not seen)] but he gets a rude awakening when he jealously discovers that Jack (Sean Hayes) has insinuated himself with Grace in his absence - making him feel like odd man out. Elsewhere, when Karen (Megan Mullally) also arrives back from the Caribbean with expensive contraband, she cons poor Rosario (Shelley Morrison) into taking the fall and the jail time when they encounter customs.

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    Season 3, Episode 2: Fear and Clothing

    Will's (Eric McCormack) apartment resembles a disheveled boarding house when a rattled Grace (Debra Messing) seeks refuge after someone tries to break into her apartment, but her needy presence - combined with Jack (Sean Hayes) and his latest entourage - force the longsuffering Will to demand that one of them must go. Meanwhile, Will may yet earn a Nobel Peace Prize when he tries to mediate in the lengthy cold war between a feuding Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Will's (Eric McCormack) apartment resembles a disheveled boarding house when a rattled Grace (Debra Messing) seeks refuge after someone tries to break into her apartment, but her needy presence - combined with Jack (Sean Hayes) and his latest entourage - force the longsuffering Will to demand that one of them must go. Meanwhile, Will may yet earn a Nobel Peace Prize when he tries to mediate in the lengthy cold war between a feuding Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 3: Husbands and Trophy Wives

    Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) can't wait to arrive at the house of two old friends (guest stars Jerry Levine, Tim Bagley) who are known for their wild parties but they discover that the former party animals are now sedately raising an adopted baby girl - and Will shocks Jack when he volunteers to test his shaky parenting skills by babysitting her for them. Elsewhere at a snooty yacht club, Grace (Debra Messing) believes that Karen (Megan Mullally) is jealous of her romantic relationship with Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) but then later regrets taunting her.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) can't wait to arrive at the house of two old friends (guest stars Jerry Levine, Tim Bagley) who are known for their wild parties but they discover that the former party animals are now sedately raising an adopted baby girl - and Will shocks Jack when he volunteers to test his shaky parenting skills by babysitting her for them. Elsewhere at a snooty yacht club, Grace (Debra Messing) believes that Karen (Megan Mullally) is jealous of her romantic relationship with Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) but then later regrets taunting her.

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    Season 3, Episode 4: Girl Trouble

    Grace's (Debra Messing) delight in having a bright intern (guest star Natasha Lyonne, "Slums of Beverly Hills") whom she can mentor turns into horror when the young woman re-makes herself into the spitting image of sassy, brassy Karen (Megan Mullally) - and that's at least one too many Karens to handle. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) volunteer to act out scenes for a gay sensitivity seminar for the local police but the peaceful intent is lost when they tussle with two lesbian (guest stars Suzanne Krull and Henriette Mantel) cast members who strongly object to their non-inclusive, sexist language. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Grace's (Debra Messing) delight in having a bright intern (guest star Natasha Lyonne, "Slums of Beverly Hills") whom she can mentor turns into horror when the young woman re-makes herself into the spitting image of sassy, brassy Karen (Megan Mullally) - and that's at least one too many Karens to handle. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) volunteer to act out scenes for a gay sensitivity seminar for the local police but the peaceful intent is lost when they tussle with two lesbian (guest stars Suzanne Krull and Henriette Mantel) cast members who strongly object to their non-inclusive, sexist language. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 5: Grace 0, Jack 2000

    Grace (Debra Messing) has made up her mind to break up with Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) because she's convinced their relationship is going nowhere - but his charm and refusal to call it quits tempt her to reconsider. Meanwhile, Jack's (Sean Hayes) latest and most outrageous cabaret gig is an absolute bomb until he frantically works an unwilling Will (Eric McCormack) into the act by mercilessly ridiculing his attending friend's most-private confessions. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) has made up her mind to break up with Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) because she's convinced their relationship is going nowhere - but his charm and refusal to call it quits tempt her to reconsider. Meanwhile, Jack's (Sean Hayes) latest and most outrageous cabaret gig is an absolute bomb until he frantically works an unwilling Will (Eric McCormack) into the act by mercilessly ridiculing his attending friend's most-private confessions. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 6: Love Plus One

    Grace (Debra Messing) rejects an ex-boyfriend's (guest star Jeremy Piven, "Cupid") suggestion that she participate with him and his girlfriend (guest star Maria Pitillo, NBC's "Providence") in a romantic escapade but when she confides in Will (Eric McCormack) and Karen (Megan Mullally) - who falls down laughing at the prospect - the conservative Grace considers throwing caution to the wind. Meanwhile, Will tries to help a newly employed Jack (Sean Hayes) meet a customer (guest star Patrick Dempsey, "Scream 3") at a clothing store by prompting him with witty lines like a latter-day Cyrano de Bergerac.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) rejects an ex-boyfriend's (guest star Jeremy Piven, "Cupid") suggestion that she participate with him and his girlfriend (guest star Maria Pitillo, NBC's "Providence") in a romantic escapade but when she confides in Will (Eric McCormack) and Karen (Megan Mullally) - who falls down laughing at the prospect - the conservative Grace considers throwing caution to the wind. Meanwhile, Will tries to help a newly employed Jack (Sean Hayes) meet a customer (guest star Patrick Dempsey, "Scream 3") at a clothing store by prompting him with witty lines like a latter-day Cyrano de Bergerac.

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    Season 3, Episode 7: Gypsies, Tramps & Weed

    Will (Eric McCormack) reluctantly decides to use a birthday gift certificate from Grace (Debra Messing) to consult a psychic about his future and encounters an absent-minded fortune teller (Emmy-winning guest star Camryn Manheim, "The Practice") whose frighteningly personal predictions leave him reeling. Elsewhere, a guilt-ridden Grace hires a lackadaisical waiter (guest star Robert Romanus) whom she helped to get fired while Jack (Sean Hayes), who forever idolizes music, TV and film legend Cher, stumbles onto the real deal and meets the Oscar winner herself. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) reluctantly decides to use a birthday gift certificate from Grace (Debra Messing) to consult a psychic about his future and encounters an absent-minded fortune teller (Emmy-winning guest star Camryn Manheim, "The Practice") whose frighteningly personal predictions leave him reeling. Elsewhere, a guilt-ridden Grace hires a lackadaisical waiter (guest star Robert Romanus) whom she helped to get fired while Jack (Sean Hayes), who forever idolizes music, TV and film legend Cher, stumbles onto the real deal and meets the Oscar winner herself. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 8: Lows in the Mid-Eighties, Pt. 1

    In a flashback to Thanksgiving 1985, coed Grace (Debra Messing) invites her college boyfriend Will (Eric McCormack) home to meet her family, but their romantic relationship swerves dramatically when a conflicted Will phones a teenaged Jack (Sean Hayes) for some crucial advice. Unfortunately, Will and an angry Grace end up temporarily estranged when he blurts out that he's gay and she orders him out of the house - and her life. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 1 of 2.

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    In a flashback to Thanksgiving 1985, coed Grace (Debra Messing) invites her college boyfriend Will (Eric McCormack) home to meet her family, but their romantic relationship swerves dramatically when a conflicted Will phones a teenaged Jack (Sean Hayes) for some crucial advice. Unfortunately, Will and an angry Grace end up temporarily estranged when he blurts out that he's gay and she orders him out of the house - and her life. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 3, Episode 9: Lows in the Mid-Eighties, Pt. 2

    In a flashback to Thanksgiving 1985, coed Grace (Debra Messing) invites her college boyfriend Will (Eric McCormack) home to meet her family, but their romantic relationship swerves dramatically when a conflicted Will phones a teenaged Jack (Sean Hayes) for some crucial advice. Unfortunately, Will and an angry Grace end up temporarily estranged when he blurts out that he's gay and she orders him out of the house - and her life. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 2 of 2.

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    In a flashback to Thanksgiving 1985, coed Grace (Debra Messing) invites her college boyfriend Will (Eric McCormack) home to meet her family, but their romantic relationship swerves dramatically when a conflicted Will phones a teenaged Jack (Sean Hayes) for some crucial advice. Unfortunately, Will and an angry Grace end up temporarily estranged when he blurts out that he's gay and she orders him out of the house - and her life. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 3, Episode 10: Three’s a Crowd, Six Is a Freak Show

    Just as Grace (Debra Messing) seems to be on the verge of a promising relationship, she undergoes a minor medical procedure that leaves her with an embarrassing ugly sore on her lip, but even though her new beau (guest star Ken Marino, "First Years") accepts her temporary blight, she cannot return the favor when she is horrified to learn he has six toes on one foot. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) vies with Jack (Sean Hayes) for the attentions of the same man (guest star Paul Fitzgerald) until each agrees to walk away to preserve their friendship. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Just as Grace (Debra Messing) seems to be on the verge of a promising relationship, she undergoes a minor medical procedure that leaves her with an embarrassing ugly sore on her lip, but even though her new beau (guest star Ken Marino, "First Years") accepts her temporary blight, she cannot return the favor when she is horrified to learn he has six toes on one foot. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) vies with Jack (Sean Hayes) for the attentions of the same man (guest star Paul Fitzgerald) until each agrees to walk away to preserve their friendship. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 11: Coffee & Commitment

    When they are asked to read at the civil union of two friends, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) verbally spar over her self-serving, get-and-take attitude where Will is responsible for everything - but what's really bugging him is the overwhelming feeling that Grace is behaving more like a wife than an old friend. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) tries to help a caffeine-addicted Jack (Sean Hayes) get over a failed crush but he's so jacked-up on java that only a tough-love approach will work.

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    When they are asked to read at the civil union of two friends, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) verbally spar over her self-serving, get-and-take attitude where Will is responsible for everything - but what's really bugging him is the overwhelming feeling that Grace is behaving more like a wife than an old friend. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) tries to help a caffeine-addicted Jack (Sean Hayes) get over a failed crush but he's so jacked-up on java that only a tough-love approach will work.

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    Season 3, Episode 12: Swimming Pools... Movie Stars

    Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) get carried away in an escrow undertow when they pose as a wealthy couple shopping for homes of the rich-and-famous and visit Sandra Bernhard's (guest-starring as herself) posh townhouse where they become fast friends and make a fake offer - but their ploy fizzles when she accepts their offer. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) is forced to attend her young stepson's swim meet and is uncharacteristically chastised by another mother for arriving late while Jack (Sean Hayes) begins attending Codependents Anonymous meetings. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) get carried away in an escrow undertow when they pose as a wealthy couple shopping for homes of the rich-and-famous and visit Sandra Bernhard's (guest-starring as herself) posh townhouse where they become fast friends and make a fake offer - but their ploy fizzles when she accepts their offer. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) is forced to attend her young stepson's swim meet and is uncharacteristically chastised by another mother for arriving late while Jack (Sean Hayes) begins attending Codependents Anonymous meetings. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 13: Crazy in Love

    A sports-challenged Will (Eric McCormack) tries to impress his new friend Matt (guest star Patrick Dempsey, "Once and Again," "Crime and Punishment") - a sportscaster - with his athletic skills by checking into a batting cage but it takes Grace (Debra Messing) to show him how to improve his swing. Meanwhile, Grace is given a mission: impossible when Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) ask her to exotically re-decorate Jack's apartment.

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    A sports-challenged Will (Eric McCormack) tries to impress his new friend Matt (guest star Patrick Dempsey, "Once and Again," "Crime and Punishment") - a sportscaster - with his athletic skills by checking into a batting cage but it takes Grace (Debra Messing) to show him how to improve his swing. Meanwhile, Grace is given a mission: impossible when Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) ask her to exotically re-decorate Jack's apartment.

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    Season 3, Episode 14: Brothers, a Love Story

    Will (Eric McCormack) is torn over ending his newfound relationship with Matt (guest star Patrick Dempsey, "Once and Again," "Crime and Punishment"), a rising TV sportscaster who is extremely reluctant to let the world - especially his macho business associates - know about his sexual preference, so he continues to refer to Will as his "brother." Meanwhile, while Grace (Debra Messing) does her best to help Will decide, Karen (Megan Mullally) is livid when she discovers that he helped draft her husband's will, which will award much of his estate to charity. Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) is torn over ending his newfound relationship with Matt (guest star Patrick Dempsey, "Once and Again," "Crime and Punishment"), a rising TV sportscaster who is extremely reluctant to let the world - especially his macho business associates - know about his sexual preference, so he continues to refer to Will as his "brother." Meanwhile, while Grace (Debra Messing) does her best to help Will decide, Karen (Megan Mullally) is livid when she discovers that he helped draft her husband's will, which will award much of his estate to charity. Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 15: My Uncle the Car

    Grace (Debra Messing) dispatches Will (Eric McCormack) to sell her dearly departed uncle's jalopy but after he makes the sale to an enterprising nun (guest star Ellen DeGeneres, "Ellen"), a guilty Grace changes her mind and wants to buy it back - but the sister makes it clear that, short of a miracle, it's going to cost her plenty. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) must duel with an equally eccentric rich friend (guest star Leslie Jordan, "Reasonable Doubts") for the housecleaning services of Rosario (Shelley Morrison) while Jack (Sean Hayes) suddenly sees the world differently when he believes his missing father is African-American.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) dispatches Will (Eric McCormack) to sell her dearly departed uncle's jalopy but after he makes the sale to an enterprising nun (guest star Ellen DeGeneres, "Ellen"), a guilty Grace changes her mind and wants to buy it back - but the sister makes it clear that, short of a miracle, it's going to cost her plenty. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) must duel with an equally eccentric rich friend (guest star Leslie Jordan, "Reasonable Doubts") for the housecleaning services of Rosario (Shelley Morrison) while Jack (Sean Hayes) suddenly sees the world differently when he believes his missing father is African-American.

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    Season 3, Episode 16: Cheaters, Pt. 1

    Grace (Debra Messing) is apoplectic when she catches Will's (Eric McCormack) philandering father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) on the arm of a glamorous stranger (guest star Lesley Ann Warren, "Victor/Victoria") but she gets even more worked up when she tells Will - and he's happy living with denial. Speaking of cheaters, Karen (Megan Mullally) misunderstands Grace and suddenly suspects that her husband Stan is having an affair, so she sets out to even the score. Sean Hayes also stars. Part 1 of 2.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) is apoplectic when she catches Will's (Eric McCormack) philandering father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) on the arm of a glamorous stranger (guest star Lesley Ann Warren, "Victor/Victoria") but she gets even more worked up when she tells Will - and he's happy living with denial. Speaking of cheaters, Karen (Megan Mullally) misunderstands Grace and suddenly suspects that her husband Stan is having an affair, so she sets out to even the score. Sean Hayes also stars. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 3, Episode 17: Cheaters, Pt. 2

    Grace (Debra Messing) is apoplectic when she catches Will's (Eric McCormack) philandering father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) on the arm of a glamorous stranger (guest star Lesley Ann Warren, "Victor/Victoria") but she gets even more worked up when she tells Will - and he's happy living with denial. Speaking of cheaters, Karen (Megan Mullally) misunderstands Grace and suddenly suspects that her husband Stan is having an affair, so she sets out to even the score. Sean Hayes also stars. Part 2 of 2.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) is apoplectic when she catches Will's (Eric McCormack) philandering father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) on the arm of a glamorous stranger (guest star Lesley Ann Warren, "Victor/Victoria") but she gets even more worked up when she tells Will - and he's happy living with denial. Speaking of cheaters, Karen (Megan Mullally) misunderstands Grace and suddenly suspects that her husband Stan is having an affair, so she sets out to even the score. Sean Hayes also stars. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 3, Episode 18: Mad Dogs and Average Men

    Grace is smitten when she meets Sumner (guest star Paul Satterfield), the charming and handsome nephew of Karen (Megan Mullally), but Grace's attempts to arrange a date are constantly thwarted when Karen conjures up a litany of lies to dissuade her. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) tries to terminate his dead-end relationship with a needy nebbish (guest star Peter Jacobson) but postpones the dramatic moment because he's so infatuated with the guy's lovable doggie. Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Grace is smitten when she meets Sumner (guest star Paul Satterfield), the charming and handsome nephew of Karen (Megan Mullally), but Grace's attempts to arrange a date are constantly thwarted when Karen conjures up a litany of lies to dissuade her. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) tries to terminate his dead-end relationship with a needy nebbish (guest star Peter Jacobson) but postpones the dramatic moment because he's so infatuated with the guy's lovable doggie. Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 19: Poker? I Don't Even Like Her

    Will (Eric McCormack) feels the heat from his poker-playing pals when their weekly get-together is compromised by an obnoxious Grace (Debra Messing) whose ineffective gamesmanship leaves her in debt to everyone, but she begs him for another chance - and confides her secret weapon to regain her losses. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) gloats when she and Jack (Sean Hayes) convince her equally haughty and naughty rival (guest star Christine Ebersole) to be her "guinea pig" as the woman submits to experimental plastic surgery.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) feels the heat from his poker-playing pals when their weekly get-together is compromised by an obnoxious Grace (Debra Messing) whose ineffective gamesmanship leaves her in debt to everyone, but she begs him for another chance - and confides her secret weapon to regain her losses. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) gloats when she and Jack (Sean Hayes) convince her equally haughty and naughty rival (guest star Christine Ebersole) to be her "guinea pig" as the woman submits to experimental plastic surgery.

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    Season 3, Episode 20: An Old-Fashioned Piano Party

    When Grace (Debra Messing) frets that she and Will (Eric McCormack) might drift apart like their similar friends, she impulsively buys an expensive piano which she hopes will cement their mutual bond and love for music - or at least give her an excuse to perform a lot of show tunes. Meanwhile, when Jack is dumped by his latest romantic interest, he vents his grief by writing trashy novels, which instantly draw Karen's (Megan Mullally) passionate attention.

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    When Grace (Debra Messing) frets that she and Will (Eric McCormack) might drift apart like their similar friends, she impulsively buys an expensive piano which she hopes will cement their mutual bond and love for music - or at least give her an excuse to perform a lot of show tunes. Meanwhile, when Jack is dumped by his latest romantic interest, he vents his grief by writing trashy novels, which instantly draw Karen's (Megan Mullally) passionate attention.

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    Season 3, Episode 21: The Young and the Tactless

    Grace's (Debra Messing) new neighbor (Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers," "The People vs. Larry Flynt") is a slovenly lout whose disheveled lifestyle and grungy habits put him at odds with her well-ordered world - and her only hope to dislodge Pigpen is to provide him with enough romantic advice to reunite him with his long-suffering girlfriend. Meanwhile, a scheming Karen (Megan Mullally) dumps her visiting and elderly mother-in-law (guest star Ellen Albertini Dow, "The Wedding Singer") on Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) just when they score tickets to an exclusive club for that night only.

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    Grace's (Debra Messing) new neighbor (Emmy-winning and Oscar-nominated guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers," "The People vs. Larry Flynt") is a slovenly lout whose disheveled lifestyle and grungy habits put him at odds with her well-ordered world - and her only hope to dislodge Pigpen is to provide him with enough romantic advice to reunite him with his long-suffering girlfriend. Meanwhile, a scheming Karen (Megan Mullally) dumps her visiting and elderly mother-in-law (guest star Ellen Albertini Dow, "The Wedding Singer") on Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) just when they score tickets to an exclusive club for that night only.

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    Season 3, Episode 22: Alice Doesn't Lisp Here Anymore

    A whacked-out Grace (Debra Messing) is wracked with guilt over the death of a high school classmate whom she once tormented, so she drags Will (Eric McCormack) along to the funeral - and gets the surprise of her life - while Will offers a sympathetic shoulder to a handsome grieving relative (guest star Todd Stashwick). Elsewhere, an ecstatic Jack (Sean Hayes) asks Karen (Megan Mullally) to accompany him when he is nominated for a lower Manhattan, non-transgender Equity Waiver gay cabaret award.

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    A whacked-out Grace (Debra Messing) is wracked with guilt over the death of a high school classmate whom she once tormented, so she drags Will (Eric McCormack) along to the funeral - and gets the surprise of her life - while Will offers a sympathetic shoulder to a handsome grieving relative (guest star Todd Stashwick). Elsewhere, an ecstatic Jack (Sean Hayes) asks Karen (Megan Mullally) to accompany him when he is nominated for a lower Manhattan, non-transgender Equity Waiver gay cabaret award.

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    Season 3, Episode 23: Last of the Really Odd Lovers

    Grace (Debra Messing) hates herself for her fatal attraction to a boorish neighbor (Oscar-nominated guest star Woody Harrelson, "The People vs. Larry Flynt") and wants to keep her newborn romance with him a secret; likewise, Will (Eric McCormack) prefers to maintain discretion in his relationship with a much younger man (guest star Branden Williams). Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) revels in the attention lavished on him by Grace's whacked-out pal Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live") when he revives his one-man show "Jack 2001" - but even his addiction to her perpetual fawning has its limits. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) hates herself for her fatal attraction to a boorish neighbor (Oscar-nominated guest star Woody Harrelson, "The People vs. Larry Flynt") and wants to keep her newborn romance with him a secret; likewise, Will (Eric McCormack) prefers to maintain discretion in his relationship with a much younger man (guest star Branden Williams). Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) revels in the attention lavished on him by Grace's whacked-out pal Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live") when he revives his one-man show "Jack 2001" - but even his addiction to her perpetual fawning has its limits. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 3, Episode 24: Sons and Lovers, Pt. 1

    An exasperated Grace (Debra Messing) tries to mediate between a resentful Will (Eric McCormack) and her sloppy, free-spirited boyfriend Nathan (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson) when Nathan moves in while Jack (Sean Hayes) is in a royal dither as he plans to finally meet his unseen father face-to-face. However, Grace grows nervous when the two polar-opposite men find some common ground and she ponders how a devoted boyfriend might affect her equally important relationship with her longtime buddy Will. After settling his father issues, Jack later gets the surprise of his life in a most unexpected fashion. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 1 of 2.

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    An exasperated Grace (Debra Messing) tries to mediate between a resentful Will (Eric McCormack) and her sloppy, free-spirited boyfriend Nathan (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson) when Nathan moves in while Jack (Sean Hayes) is in a royal dither as he plans to finally meet his unseen father face-to-face. However, Grace grows nervous when the two polar-opposite men find some common ground and she ponders how a devoted boyfriend might affect her equally important relationship with her longtime buddy Will. After settling his father issues, Jack later gets the surprise of his life in a most unexpected fashion. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 3, Episode 25: Sons and Lovers, Pt. 2

    An exasperated Grace (Debra Messing) tries to mediate between a resentful Will (Eric McCormack) and her sloppy, free-spirited boyfriend Nathan (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson) when Nathan moves in while Jack (Sean Hayes) is in a royal dither as he plans to finally meet his unseen father face-to-face. However, Grace grows nervous when the two polar-opposite men find some common ground and she ponders how a devoted boyfriend might affect her equally important relationship with her longtime buddy Will. After settling his father issues, Jack later gets the surprise of his life in a most unexpected fashion. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 2 of 2.

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    An exasperated Grace (Debra Messing) tries to mediate between a resentful Will (Eric McCormack) and her sloppy, free-spirited boyfriend Nathan (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson) when Nathan moves in while Jack (Sean Hayes) is in a royal dither as he plans to finally meet his unseen father face-to-face. However, Grace grows nervous when the two polar-opposite men find some common ground and she ponders how a devoted boyfriend might affect her equally important relationship with her longtime buddy Will. After settling his father issues, Jack later gets the surprise of his life in a most unexpected fashion. Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 4, Episode 1: The Third Wheel Gets the Grace

    Will (Eric McCormack) returns from vacation to discover that Grace's (Debra Messing) romantic relationship with neighbor Nathan (Emmy-winning guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers") is humming along - but Nathan feels neglected when Will and Grace resume their chummy friendship, complete with their own private language and code. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) proudly takes his newfound son (Michael Angarano) shopping for school at Barney's while Rosario (Shelley Morrison) and Karen (Megan Mullally) each cruise the merchandise looking for the perfect "anniversary gift."

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    Will (Eric McCormack) returns from vacation to discover that Grace's (Debra Messing) romantic relationship with neighbor Nathan (Emmy-winning guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers") is humming along - but Nathan feels neglected when Will and Grace resume their chummy friendship, complete with their own private language and code. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) proudly takes his newfound son (Michael Angarano) shopping for school at Barney's while Rosario (Shelley Morrison) and Karen (Megan Mullally) each cruise the merchandise looking for the perfect "anniversary gift."

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    Season 4, Episode 2: Past and Presents

    Will (Eric McCormack) has a fearsome flashback when a former classmate (guest star Adam Goldberg, "Saving Private Ryan") who once tormented him as a kid now joins his law firm as a fellow attorney - and when he resumes his evil childhood harassment, Will is tempted to turn to Nathan (guest star Woody Harrelson) for advice. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) feels shamed when she gives Nathan a gift that is dwarfed by one from Karen (Megan Mullally). Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) has a fearsome flashback when a former classmate (guest star Adam Goldberg, "Saving Private Ryan") who once tormented him as a kid now joins his law firm as a fellow attorney - and when he resumes his evil childhood harassment, Will is tempted to turn to Nathan (guest star Woody Harrelson) for advice. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) feels shamed when she gives Nathan a gift that is dwarfed by one from Karen (Megan Mullally). Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 3: Crouching Father, Hidden Husband

    Jack (Sean Hayes) is puffed up with paternal pride as he escorts his long-lost teenaged son Elliot (guest star Michael Angarino) to a junior high school dance but not before he coerces Grace (Debra Messing) into posing as Elliot's date - which only revives her own tortured memories of rejection from school dances many years before. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) has great fun at her lawyer Will's (Eric McCormack) expense when she continues to capriciously summon him for bogus "emergencies" - that is, until she really needs him.

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    Jack (Sean Hayes) is puffed up with paternal pride as he escorts his long-lost teenaged son Elliot (guest star Michael Angarino) to a junior high school dance but not before he coerces Grace (Debra Messing) into posing as Elliot's date - which only revives her own tortured memories of rejection from school dances many years before. Elsewhere, Karen (Megan Mullally) has great fun at her lawyer Will's (Eric McCormack) expense when she continues to capriciously summon him for bogus "emergencies" - that is, until she really needs him.

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    Season 4, Episode 4: Prison Blues

    After Stan is arrested for tax evasion, Grace (Debra Messing) and Karen (Megan Mullally) timidly visit him in prison, but Grace is so moved to help her worried friend that she moves right into Karen's deluxe apartment in the sky - where she becomes a demanding guest who's soon hooked on servants, bubble baths and an extravagant lifestyle. Meanwhile, as Stan's attorney, Will (Eric McCormack) struggles with stage fright when he babbles on during a TV news interview, so Jack (Sean Hayes) convinces him to polish his communication skills by attending an acting class ruled by an imperious teacher (Oscar nominee Eileen Brennan, "Private Benjamin"). Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    After Stan is arrested for tax evasion, Grace (Debra Messing) and Karen (Megan Mullally) timidly visit him in prison, but Grace is so moved to help her worried friend that she moves right into Karen's deluxe apartment in the sky - where she becomes a demanding guest who's soon hooked on servants, bubble baths and an extravagant lifestyle. Meanwhile, as Stan's attorney, Will (Eric McCormack) struggles with stage fright when he babbles on during a TV news interview, so Jack (Sean Hayes) convinces him to polish his communication skills by attending an acting class ruled by an imperious teacher (Oscar nominee Eileen Brennan, "Private Benjamin"). Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 5: Loose Lips Sink Relationships

    In a sneaky ploy to bum a night off from work at Barney's department store, a conniving Jack plays matchmaker and takes advantage of his geeky female supervisor's (guest star Parker Posey, "Best In Show") interest in Will (Eric McCormack) - while mindful of Will's fantasy of modeling in the store's catalogue - and he parlays their mutual desires into a "date," even though his unsuspecting friend doesn't have a clue of her intentions. Elsewhere, Grace (Debra Messing) goes where no woman should when she compares her previous sexual experience with her boyfriend Nathan's (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers"). Megan Mullally also stars.

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    In a sneaky ploy to bum a night off from work at Barney's department store, a conniving Jack plays matchmaker and takes advantage of his geeky female supervisor's (guest star Parker Posey, "Best In Show") interest in Will (Eric McCormack) - while mindful of Will's fantasy of modeling in the store's catalogue - and he parlays their mutual desires into a "date," even though his unsuspecting friend doesn't have a clue of her intentions. Elsewhere, Grace (Debra Messing) goes where no woman should when she compares her previous sexual experience with her boyfriend Nathan's (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers"). Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 6: The Rules of Engagement

    During an intimate moment, Nathan (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers") pops the question of marriage to Grace (Debra Messing) but she recoils simply because the situation didn't fit her childhood fantasy of a proposal - and when she realizes her mistake, she intends to return the favor and send out invitations. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) tries to soothe Grace's ruffled feathers while engaging ethically challenged Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) over the proper rules of bar-tipping.

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    During an intimate moment, Nathan (Emmy Award-winning guest star Woody Harrelson, "Cheers") pops the question of marriage to Grace (Debra Messing) but she recoils simply because the situation didn't fit her childhood fantasy of a proposal - and when she realizes her mistake, she intends to return the favor and send out invitations. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) tries to soothe Grace's ruffled feathers while engaging ethically challenged Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) over the proper rules of bar-tipping.

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    Season 4, Episode 7: Bed, Bath and Beyond

    While a baleful Grace (Debra Messing) wallows in bed as she grieves over losing her boyfriend Nathan, an enterprising Will (Eric McCormack) tries all his old tricks to spring her from her mattress and back into the real world's whirl. But when Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) arrive, Will fears that their bizarre efforts to help might actually drive Grace further into her shell - not to mention therapy. Shelley Morrison also stars as Rosario.

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    While a baleful Grace (Debra Messing) wallows in bed as she grieves over losing her boyfriend Nathan, an enterprising Will (Eric McCormack) tries all his old tricks to spring her from her mattress and back into the real world's whirl. But when Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) arrive, Will fears that their bizarre efforts to help might actually drive Grace further into her shell - not to mention therapy. Shelley Morrison also stars as Rosario.

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    Season 4, Episode 8: Star-Spangled Banter

    Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) elect to disagree when it comes to choosing sides during a mayoral election; she supports the Jewish candidate and he's voting for the gay nominee. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) elect to disagree when it comes to choosing sides during a mayoral election; she supports the Jewish candidate and he's voting for the gay nominee. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.

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    Season 4, Episode 9: Moveable Feast, Pt. 1

    Rather than be apart on Thanksgiving Day, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) join Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) for a festive holiday motor tour of their respective dysfunctional families, including Grace's domineering mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds) as well as Will's willful mom (guest star Blythe Danner, "Meet the Parents") and Jack's step-dad (guest star Beau Bridges) - with unsettling results. Meanwhile, back home, a waiting Rosario (Shelley Morrison) bastes and tastes their juicy turkey. Helen Slater ("City Slickers"), Jon Tenney ("Brooklyn South"), Lainie Kazan ("The Nanny") and Kenneth Mars ("The Producers") also guest star as other bizarre family members. Part 1 of 2.

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    Rather than be apart on Thanksgiving Day, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) join Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) for a festive holiday motor tour of their respective dysfunctional families, including Grace's domineering mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds) as well as Will's willful mom (guest star Blythe Danner, "Meet the Parents") and Jack's step-dad (guest star Beau Bridges) - with unsettling results. Meanwhile, back home, a waiting Rosario (Shelley Morrison) bastes and tastes their juicy turkey. Helen Slater ("City Slickers"), Jon Tenney ("Brooklyn South"), Lainie Kazan ("The Nanny") and Kenneth Mars ("The Producers") also guest star as other bizarre family members. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 4, Episode 10: Moveable Feast, Pt. 2

    Rather than be apart on Thanksgiving Day, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) join Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) for a festive holiday motor tour of their respective dysfunctional families, including Grace's domineering mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds) as well as Will's willful mom (guest star Blythe Danner, "Meet the Parents") and Jack's step-dad (guest star Beau Bridges) - with unsettling results. Meanwhile, back home, a waiting Rosario (Shelley Morrison) bastes and tastes their juicy turkey. Helen Slater ("City Slickers"), Jon Tenney ("Brooklyn South"), Lainie Kazan ("The Nanny") and Kenneth Mars ("The Producers") also guest star as other bizarre family members. Part 2 of 2.

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    Rather than be apart on Thanksgiving Day, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) join Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) for a festive holiday motor tour of their respective dysfunctional families, including Grace's domineering mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds) as well as Will's willful mom (guest star Blythe Danner, "Meet the Parents") and Jack's step-dad (guest star Beau Bridges) - with unsettling results. Meanwhile, back home, a waiting Rosario (Shelley Morrison) bastes and tastes their juicy turkey. Helen Slater ("City Slickers"), Jon Tenney ("Brooklyn South"), Lainie Kazan ("The Nanny") and Kenneth Mars ("The Producers") also guest star as other bizarre family members. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 4, Episode 11: Stakin' Care of Business

    Will (Eric McCormack) spies another guy (guest star Patrick Breen) who looks maddeningly familiar while elsewhere at the gym, Jack (Sean Hayes) gets a workout as he keeps repeating one of his nonsensical catchphrases in hopes of seeing it become popular among the sweat set. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) gets some bad advice from Karen (Megan Mullally) when she seeks a loan to expand her company so she stoops to asking her wealthy employee herself for the money - even if she has to resort to drastic measures to get the point across.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) spies another guy (guest star Patrick Breen) who looks maddeningly familiar while elsewhere at the gym, Jack (Sean Hayes) gets a workout as he keeps repeating one of his nonsensical catchphrases in hopes of seeing it become popular among the sweat set. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) gets some bad advice from Karen (Megan Mullally) when she seeks a loan to expand her company so she stoops to asking her wealthy employee herself for the money - even if she has to resort to drastic measures to get the point across.

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    Season 4, Episode 12: Jingle Balls

    During the holidays, Grace (Debra Messing) is hired as seasonal help to decorate the display windows of fashionable Barney's while Will (Eric McCormack) meets a ballet dancer but is too embarrassed to introduce his friends. Parker Posey ("The Anniversary Party") returns to guest-star as the store manager. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.

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    During the holidays, Grace (Debra Messing) is hired as seasonal help to decorate the display windows of fashionable Barney's while Will (Eric McCormack) meets a ballet dancer but is too embarrassed to introduce his friends. Parker Posey ("The Anniversary Party") returns to guest-star as the store manager. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.

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    Season 4, Episode 13: Whoa, Nelly!

    While buying holiday gifts, Grace (Debra Messing) schemes to fix up the giggling mistress (guest star Lesley Ann Warren, "Victor/Victoria") of Will's (Eric McCormack) father with a friend as a favor to Will in hopes that she will abandon his old man - but the scheme dreadfully backfires when they are forced to press a gay friend (guest star Tim Bagley) into service as a date at the last minute. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) have no horse sense when they buy a nag for breeding and expect a financial windfall.

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    While buying holiday gifts, Grace (Debra Messing) schemes to fix up the giggling mistress (guest star Lesley Ann Warren, "Victor/Victoria") of Will's (Eric McCormack) father with a friend as a favor to Will in hopes that she will abandon his old man - but the scheme dreadfully backfires when they are forced to press a gay friend (guest star Tim Bagley) into service as a date at the last minute. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) have no horse sense when they buy a nag for breeding and expect a financial windfall.

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    Season 4, Episode 14: Grace in the Hole

    While visiting Karen's (Megan Mullally) incarcerated husband, Grace (Debra Messing) re-discovers a handsome high school friend (guest star Kirk Baltz) who's also doing time in prison, and despite Will's (Eric McCormack) advice, she's soon dressing up and visiting the inmate while dreaming of a life together outside the Big House. Conversely, a sympathetic Rosario (Shelley Morrison) chides Karen for not standing by her man - and bets her boozy boss that she and pal Jack (Sean Hayes) cannot stay penned-up together in the same room for three days without harming each other.

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    While visiting Karen's (Megan Mullally) incarcerated husband, Grace (Debra Messing) re-discovers a handsome high school friend (guest star Kirk Baltz) who's also doing time in prison, and despite Will's (Eric McCormack) advice, she's soon dressing up and visiting the inmate while dreaming of a life together outside the Big House. Conversely, a sympathetic Rosario (Shelley Morrison) chides Karen for not standing by her man - and bets her boozy boss that she and pal Jack (Sean Hayes) cannot stay penned-up together in the same room for three days without harming each other.

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    Season 4, Episode 15: Dyeng Is Easy, Comedy Is Hard

    When Grace (Debra Messing) is invited to her ex-fiancé’s (guest star Tom Verica) wedding, she hauls along a reluctant Will (Eric McCormack) just to convey a false air of success - but when she denigrates the bridegroom's faults at the rehearsal dinner, she's confronted by a weeping bride-to-be (guest star Jennifer Aspen) who now wants to flee. Meanwhile, Elliot's (Michael Angarano) fuming mother (guest star Rosie O'Donnell) gets in Jack's (Sean Hayes) face when he allows Elliot to frost his hair and demands that he never see his son again. In addition, Will poses as a swinging tennis pro until he meets his match. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    When Grace (Debra Messing) is invited to her ex-fiancé’s (guest star Tom Verica) wedding, she hauls along a reluctant Will (Eric McCormack) just to convey a false air of success - but when she denigrates the bridegroom's faults at the rehearsal dinner, she's confronted by a weeping bride-to-be (guest star Jennifer Aspen) who now wants to flee. Meanwhile, Elliot's (Michael Angarano) fuming mother (guest star Rosie O'Donnell) gets in Jack's (Sean Hayes) face when he allows Elliot to frost his hair and demands that he never see his son again. In addition, Will poses as a swinging tennis pro until he meets his match. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 16: A Chorus Lie

    A desperate Jack seeks to "in" his rival (guest star Matt Damon, "Ocean's Eleven") for the last spot in a popular gay men's chorus that will tour Europe by dangling a motivated Grace (Debra Messing) as date-bait before him to prove that he's actually straight. Meanwhile, a scheming Karen (Megan Mullally) tries to pass off an unwitting Will (Eric McCormack) as her lover and not her lawyer when she discovers that she's the object of pity for being single at her own Valentine's Day party.

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    A desperate Jack seeks to "in" his rival (guest star Matt Damon, "Ocean's Eleven") for the last spot in a popular gay men's chorus that will tour Europe by dangling a motivated Grace (Debra Messing) as date-bait before him to prove that he's actually straight. Meanwhile, a scheming Karen (Megan Mullally) tries to pass off an unwitting Will (Eric McCormack) as her lover and not her lawyer when she discovers that she's the object of pity for being single at her own Valentine's Day party.

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    Season 4, Episode 17: Someone Old, Someplace New

    In the first of two parts, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) feel they need more elbow room, so they search for larger digs and find an exquisite place - despite the efforts of Sandra Bernhard (who returns to guest-star as herself) - but to finance the move, they illegally sub-let their old apartment. Meanwhile, a well-intentioned Jack (Sean Hayes) begins filming a documentary of Karen's (Megan Mullally) colorful life to celebrate her birthday but accidentally stumbles upon her estranged, lowlife mom (guest star Suzanne Pleshette). Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    In the first of two parts, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) feel they need more elbow room, so they search for larger digs and find an exquisite place - despite the efforts of Sandra Bernhard (who returns to guest-star as herself) - but to finance the move, they illegally sub-let their old apartment. Meanwhile, a well-intentioned Jack (Sean Hayes) begins filming a documentary of Karen's (Megan Mullally) colorful life to celebrate her birthday but accidentally stumbles upon her estranged, lowlife mom (guest star Suzanne Pleshette). Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 18: Something Borrowed, Someone's Due

    In the conclusion of a two-part episode, after Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) move into their expansive new dream apartment, they discover the awful pangs of separation anxiety as they pine for their smaller old digs now happily occupied by their friends who sub-let the place. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) tries to reconcile Karen (Megan Mullally) with her estranged grifter of a mom (guest star Suzanne Pleshette, "The Love Bug") who wants to recruit her daughter for her next caper.

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    In the conclusion of a two-part episode, after Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) move into their expansive new dream apartment, they discover the awful pangs of separation anxiety as they pine for their smaller old digs now happily occupied by their friends who sub-let the place. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) tries to reconcile Karen (Megan Mullally) with her estranged grifter of a mom (guest star Suzanne Pleshette, "The Love Bug") who wants to recruit her daughter for her next caper.

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    Season 4, Episode 19: Cheatin' Trouble Blues

    An excited Will (Eric McCormack) presents his newly reconciled parents (guest stars Sydney Pollack and Blythe Danner, "Meet the Parents") with a romantic cruise on their anniversary - but his idealistic plans are scuttled when he learns that each is hiding a secret. Meanwhile, due to Karen's (Megan Mullally) phobia about elevators, she and Jack (Sean Hayes) huff and puff their way up dozens of floors to the skytop restaurant while hefting the prized anniversary cake.

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    An excited Will (Eric McCormack) presents his newly reconciled parents (guest stars Sydney Pollack and Blythe Danner, "Meet the Parents") with a romantic cruise on their anniversary - but his idealistic plans are scuttled when he learns that each is hiding a secret. Meanwhile, due to Karen's (Megan Mullally) phobia about elevators, she and Jack (Sean Hayes) huff and puff their way up dozens of floors to the skytop restaurant while hefting the prized anniversary cake.

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    Season 4, Episode 20: Went to a Garden Potty

    In the aftermath of his parents' divorce, Will (Eric McCormack) salvages a beloved garden gnome - nicknamed "Squatsie" - and proudly plants the childhood relic in his apartment's community area until Grace (Debra Messing) accidentally delivers a coup de grace on the gnome's dome with a shovel. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) consults his acting coach (guest star Eileen Brennan, "Private Benjamin") when he fears that his heterosexual role in a mattress commercial produced by Karen (Megan Mullally) will stereotype him for more meaningful gay acting gigs in the future. Tom Poston ("Newhart") also guest-stars.

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    In the aftermath of his parents' divorce, Will (Eric McCormack) salvages a beloved garden gnome - nicknamed "Squatsie" - and proudly plants the childhood relic in his apartment's community area until Grace (Debra Messing) accidentally delivers a coup de grace on the gnome's dome with a shovel. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) consults his acting coach (guest star Eileen Brennan, "Private Benjamin") when he fears that his heterosexual role in a mattress commercial produced by Karen (Megan Mullally) will stereotype him for more meaningful gay acting gigs in the future. Tom Poston ("Newhart") also guest-stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 21: He Shoots, They Snore

    When Jack (Sean Hayes) has to work, he asks Will (Eric McCormack) to escort his son Elliot (Michael Angarano) to join other fathers in a weekend basketball tournament in Connecticut - but Jack later goes ballistic when he learns from Will that he missed the teen's first kiss with a female student. Back in town, Grace (Debra Messing) plays schoolmarm in a New School design class full of attention-deprived slackers who would rather discuss celebrity houses than listen to her drone on. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    When Jack (Sean Hayes) has to work, he asks Will (Eric McCormack) to escort his son Elliot (Michael Angarano) to join other fathers in a weekend basketball tournament in Connecticut - but Jack later goes ballistic when he learns from Will that he missed the teen's first kiss with a female student. Back in town, Grace (Debra Messing) plays schoolmarm in a New School design class full of attention-deprived slackers who would rather discuss celebrity houses than listen to her drone on. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 22: Wedding Balls

    Will (Eric McCormack) expects two friends to arrive in New York to plan a wedding, but when the bride-to-be falls ill, he asks a willing Grace (Debra Messing) to work with the clueless groom (guest star Steven Shenbaum) to work out the details - but she gets a little too involved in the dreamy details and fancies herself a bride instead. Meanwhile, Will and Karen (Megan Mullally) get chummy over a steamy potboiler book that they're both reading which leaves a jealous Jack (Sean Hayes) fuming as the odd man out in the book-of-the-month club.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) expects two friends to arrive in New York to plan a wedding, but when the bride-to-be falls ill, he asks a willing Grace (Debra Messing) to work with the clueless groom (guest star Steven Shenbaum) to work out the details - but she gets a little too involved in the dreamy details and fancies herself a bride instead. Meanwhile, Will and Karen (Megan Mullally) get chummy over a steamy potboiler book that they're both reading which leaves a jealous Jack (Sean Hayes) fuming as the odd man out in the book-of-the-month club.

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    Season 4, Episode 23: Fagel Attraction

    After his laptop computer is stolen, Will (Eric McCormack) meets a sociable police detective (Oscar-winning guest star Michael Douglas, "Wall Street," "Traffic") who takes a special interest in his case as they go undercover - but Will doesn't know that the gumshoe is secretly participating in Jack's (Sean Hayes) therapy group for gays. Elsewhere, Grace (Debra Messing) is again hassled by her psycho neighbor Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live") who "opens" a rival design business and prospers by stealing Grace's ideas. Barry Livingston ("My Three Sons") guest stars as Grace and Val's potential client. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    After his laptop computer is stolen, Will (Eric McCormack) meets a sociable police detective (Oscar-winning guest star Michael Douglas, "Wall Street," "Traffic") who takes a special interest in his case as they go undercover - but Will doesn't know that the gumshoe is secretly participating in Jack's (Sean Hayes) therapy group for gays. Elsewhere, Grace (Debra Messing) is again hassled by her psycho neighbor Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live") who "opens" a rival design business and prospers by stealing Grace's ideas. Barry Livingston ("My Three Sons") guest stars as Grace and Val's potential client. Megan Mullally also stars.

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    Season 4, Episode 24: Hocus Focus

    After Will (Eric McCormack) wins a portrait session at a charity auction, he takes Grace (Debra Messing) to pose for a notoriously eccentric celebrity photographer (Oscar-nominated guest star Glenn Close, "Fatal Attraction") but the unfocused shooter's bizarre methods ultimately produce a funky image that flatters Grace - and frightens Will. Meanwhile, Jack's (Sean Hayes) back with another performance act, and this time he employs magic tricks but regrets using Karen (Megan Mullally) as his assistant.

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    After Will (Eric McCormack) wins a portrait session at a charity auction, he takes Grace (Debra Messing) to pose for a notoriously eccentric celebrity photographer (Oscar-nominated guest star Glenn Close, "Fatal Attraction") but the unfocused shooter's bizarre methods ultimately produce a funky image that flatters Grace - and frightens Will. Meanwhile, Jack's (Sean Hayes) back with another performance act, and this time he employs magic tricks but regrets using Karen (Megan Mullally) as his assistant.

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    Season 4, Episode 25: A Buncha White Chicks Sittin’ Around Talkin’

    When Will (Eric McCormack) hears his "biological clock" ticking, he shocks Grace (Debra Messing) by asking her to become the mother of his baby but when they meet with a therapist, Grace reveals that she's uneasy about the necessary sacrifices - and makes a startling revelation. Inspired by Will's "seize-the-day" quest, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) are also moved to pursue their goals: for him, it's auditioning for a legitimate Broadway production; for her, it's visiting her imprisoned husband for a dreaded conjugal visit.

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    When Will (Eric McCormack) hears his "biological clock" ticking, he shocks Grace (Debra Messing) by asking her to become the mother of his baby but when they meet with a therapist, Grace reveals that she's uneasy about the necessary sacrifices - and makes a startling revelation. Inspired by Will's "seize-the-day" quest, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) are also moved to pursue their goals: for him, it's auditioning for a legitimate Broadway production; for her, it's visiting her imprisoned husband for a dreaded conjugal visit.

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    Season 4, Episode 26: A.I.: Artificial Insemination, Pt. 1

    After Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) decide to have a baby together, obstacles pile up, including a missing specimen sample and bungled insemination efforts that have them teetering between artificial and natural means - all leading to mis-conceptions. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) considers giving up his show-business aspirations, until he gets some career advice from an unexpected source - his idol, Cher (guest starring as herself). Likewise, married Karen (Megan Mullally) is sorely tempted by the romantic tickling of a rich and natty gentleman (guest star Rip Torn, "Men in Black"). Shelley Morrison also stars. Part 1 of 2.

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    After Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) decide to have a baby together, obstacles pile up, including a missing specimen sample and bungled insemination efforts that have them teetering between artificial and natural means - all leading to mis-conceptions. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) considers giving up his show-business aspirations, until he gets some career advice from an unexpected source - his idol, Cher (guest starring as herself). Likewise, married Karen (Megan Mullally) is sorely tempted by the romantic tickling of a rich and natty gentleman (guest star Rip Torn, "Men in Black"). Shelley Morrison also stars. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 4, Episode 27: A.I.: Artificial Insemination, Pt. 2

    After Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) decide to have a baby together, obstacles pile up, including a missing specimen sample and bungled insemination efforts that have them teetering between artificial and natural means - all leading to mis-conceptions. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) considers giving up his show-business aspirations, until he gets some career advice from an unexpected source - his idol, Cher (guest starring as herself). Likewise, married Karen (Megan Mullally) is sorely tempted by the romantic tickling of a rich and natty gentleman (guest star Rip Torn, "Men in Black"). Shelley Morrison also stars. Part 2 of 2.

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    After Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) decide to have a baby together, obstacles pile up, including a missing specimen sample and bungled insemination efforts that have them teetering between artificial and natural means - all leading to mis-conceptions. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) considers giving up his show-business aspirations, until he gets some career advice from an unexpected source - his idol, Cher (guest starring as herself). Likewise, married Karen (Megan Mullally) is sorely tempted by the romantic tickling of a rich and natty gentleman (guest star Rip Torn, "Men in Black"). Shelley Morrison also stars. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 5, Episode 1: ... And the Horse He Rode in On

    Continuing from the season finale in the year's first new episode, a dazed Grace (Debra Messing) is rescued by a handsome Jewish doctor (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) who pulls her up on his horse and delivers her just in time for her insemination with an impatient Will (Eric McCormack). But their new relationship as expectant parents puts a strain on Will and Grace's relationship when they agree not to date until their baby is born. Meanwhile, a restless Karen (Megan Mullally) can't make up her mind about cheating on her imprisoned husband with the genteel but ardent suitor Lionel (guest star Rip Torn). Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Continuing from the season finale in the year's first new episode, a dazed Grace (Debra Messing) is rescued by a handsome Jewish doctor (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) who pulls her up on his horse and delivers her just in time for her insemination with an impatient Will (Eric McCormack). But their new relationship as expectant parents puts a strain on Will and Grace's relationship when they agree not to date until their baby is born. Meanwhile, a restless Karen (Megan Mullally) can't make up her mind about cheating on her imprisoned husband with the genteel but ardent suitor Lionel (guest star Rip Torn). Sean Hayes also stars.

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    Season 5, Episode 2: Bacon and Eggs

    After stalking actor Kevin Bacon (guest-starring as himself), Jack (Sean Hayes) lands his dream job when the unsuspecting celebrity hires him as his personal assistant and immediately assigns him to find out who's been harassing him. Elsewhere, while Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) wait for the right color to appear on their home pregnancy test, Grace is visited by a handsome doctor (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) who makes her a tempting offer. In addition, Karen (Megan Mullally) looks for a way out of her on-again, off-again relationship with the courtly and irresistible suitor Lionel (guest star Rip Torn). Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    After stalking actor Kevin Bacon (guest-starring as himself), Jack (Sean Hayes) lands his dream job when the unsuspecting celebrity hires him as his personal assistant and immediately assigns him to find out who's been harassing him. Elsewhere, while Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) wait for the right color to appear on their home pregnancy test, Grace is visited by a handsome doctor (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) who makes her a tempting offer. In addition, Karen (Megan Mullally) looks for a way out of her on-again, off-again relationship with the courtly and irresistible suitor Lionel (guest star Rip Torn). Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 5, Episode 3: The Kid Stays Out of the Picture

    Grace (Debra Messing) is so entranced by her budding romantic relationship with a handsome doctor (Grammy-winning guest star Harry Connick Jr.) that she asks an impatient Will (Eric McCormack) for an extra month to re-consider her commitment to conceiving their child through artificial insemination - resulting in a verbal sparring match. Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes also star.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) is so entranced by her budding romantic relationship with a handsome doctor (Grammy-winning guest star Harry Connick Jr.) that she asks an impatient Will (Eric McCormack) for an extra month to re-consider her commitment to conceiving their child through artificial insemination - resulting in a verbal sparring match. Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes also star.

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    Season 5, Episode 4: Humongous Growth

    While Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) are feuding, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) hatch a wobbly plan to patch up their differences about not co-parenting a baby by tricking each one into attending the same child's birthday party. After arguing over who brought the better gift, the feathers continue to fly as the best friends fuss over their conflicting agendas.

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    While Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) are feuding, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) hatch a wobbly plan to patch up their differences about not co-parenting a baby by tricking each one into attending the same child's birthday party. After arguing over who brought the better gift, the feathers continue to fly as the best friends fuss over their conflicting agendas.

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    Season 5, Episode 5: It's the Gay Pumpkin, Charlie Brown

    On Halloween, Grace (Debra Messing) allows her new beau Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) to drag her into the rustic fall countryside for a long and scary bike ride - along with a reluctant Will (Eric McCormack) and his newfound friend (guest star Jason Marsden) - but she finds that she can't pretend to be the outdoorsy type just to please her man. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) coaxes Karen (Megan Mullally) into attending a gay men's therapy session when she feels slight - very slight - pangs of marital guilt over her earlier attraction to the courtly suitor Lionel.

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    On Halloween, Grace (Debra Messing) allows her new beau Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) to drag her into the rustic fall countryside for a long and scary bike ride - along with a reluctant Will (Eric McCormack) and his newfound friend (guest star Jason Marsden) - but she finds that she can't pretend to be the outdoorsy type just to please her man. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) coaxes Karen (Megan Mullally) into attending a gay men's therapy session when she feels slight - very slight - pangs of marital guilt over her earlier attraction to the courtly suitor Lionel.

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    Season 5, Episode 6: Boardroom and a Parked Place

    Will's (Eric McCormack) budding interest in a fellow lawyer in his office is nipped upon the arrival of his firm's aggressive new boss (guest star Gene Wilder, "Young Frankenstein"), who whips the troops into shape and orders Will to fire his friend - until Will discovers the real reason behind the false bravado. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) are shocked to discover that their highfalutin' pal Karen (Megan Mullally) is now poorer than a church mouse - and living in her limo. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Will's (Eric McCormack) budding interest in a fellow lawyer in his office is nipped upon the arrival of his firm's aggressive new boss (guest star Gene Wilder, "Young Frankenstein"), who whips the troops into shape and orders Will to fire his friend - until Will discovers the real reason behind the false bravado. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) are shocked to discover that their highfalutin' pal Karen (Megan Mullally) is now poorer than a church mouse - and living in her limo. Shelley Morrison also stars.

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    Season 5, Episode 7: The Needle and the Omelet's Done

    When Grace (Debra Messing) accompanies Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) to dinner with some "friends," she doesn't realize that he's tricked her and instead introduced her to his real parents - and she soon regrets her earlier salty dialogue and suggestive attitude. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) is again confronted by Zandra (guest star Eileen Brennan, "Private Benjamin") - his gruff acting teacher - when he tries to showcase his meager talent in a class while a willing Will (Eric McCormack) joins Karen (Megan Mullally) in subjecting to a Botox facial injection.

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    When Grace (Debra Messing) accompanies Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) to dinner with some "friends," she doesn't realize that he's tricked her and instead introduced her to his real parents - and she soon regrets her earlier salty dialogue and suggestive attitude. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) is again confronted by Zandra (guest star Eileen Brennan, "Private Benjamin") - his gruff acting teacher - when he tries to showcase his meager talent in a class while a willing Will (Eric McCormack) joins Karen (Megan Mullally) in subjecting to a Botox facial injection.

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    Season 5, Episode 8: Marry Me a Little, Pt. 1

    After Grace (Debra Messing) impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's (Eric McCormack) unease about the whole idea. Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star; Debbie Reynolds and Katie Couric (NBC's "Today") guest-star. Part 1 of 2.

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    After Grace (Debra Messing) impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's (Eric McCormack) unease about the whole idea. Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star; Debbie Reynolds and Katie Couric (NBC's "Today") guest-star. Part 1 of 2.

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    Season 5, Episode 9: Marry Me a Little More, Pt. 2

    After Grace (Debra Messing) impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's (Eric McCormack) unease about the whole idea. Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star; Debbie Reynolds and Katie Couric (NBC's "Today") guest-star. Part 2 of 2.

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    After Grace (Debra Messing) impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's (Eric McCormack) unease about the whole idea. Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally and Shelley Morrison also star; Debbie Reynolds and Katie Couric (NBC's "Today") guest-star. Part 2 of 2.

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    Season 5, Episode 10: The Honeymoon's Over

    After a displaced Karen (Megan Mullally) is booted from her Palace Hotel digs, a sympathetic Will (Eric McCormack) agrees to let her move in with him - at least until she turns his apartment into a federal disaster zone with her exorbitant lifestyle, forcing Will to try and unload her onto Grace's (Debra Messing) shoulders. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) loses style points when he poses incognito out of fear that the "Gay Mafia" has it out for him. Grammy-winning superstar Elton John plays himself as an omniscient "Gay Mafia" figurehead.

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    After a displaced Karen (Megan Mullally) is booted from her Palace Hotel digs, a sympathetic Will (Eric McCormack) agrees to let her move in with him - at least until she turns his apartment into a federal disaster zone with her exorbitant lifestyle, forcing Will to try and unload her onto Grace's (Debra Messing) shoulders. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) loses style points when he poses incognito out of fear that the "Gay Mafia" has it out for him. Grammy-winning superstar Elton John plays himself as an omniscient "Gay Mafia" figurehead.

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    Season 5, Episode 11: All About Christmas Eve

    On Christmas Eve, Grace (Debra Messing) is torn when she has only two tickets to "The Nutcracker" musical and can't take both her best friend Will (Eric McCormack) and new husband Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) - but her back-and-forth indecision leaves Will spinning like a Hanukkah dreidel between a dithering Grace and his previous holiday plans with Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally). Mary McDonough ("The Waltons") guest-stars.

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    On Christmas Eve, Grace (Debra Messing) is torn when she has only two tickets to "The Nutcracker" musical and can't take both her best friend Will (Eric McCormack) and new husband Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) - but her back-and-forth indecision leaves Will spinning like a Hanukkah dreidel between a dithering Grace and his previous holiday plans with Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally). Mary McDonough ("The Waltons") guest-stars.

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    Season 5, Episode 12: Field of Queens

    When Jack (Sean Hayes) convinces tangle-footed Will (Eric McCormack) to join him on a gay soccer team, Will's inept play leaves him warming the bench - which allows him to bond with teenaged Elliot ((Michael Angarano) who also is the last man called upon with his own youth soccer team. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) is delighted that Karen (Megan Mullally) is giddy in anticipation of her date with a handsome restaurant owner (guest star Andy Garcia, "Ocean's Eleven").

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    When Jack (Sean Hayes) convinces tangle-footed Will (Eric McCormack) to join him on a gay soccer team, Will's inept play leaves him warming the bench - which allows him to bond with teenaged Elliot ((Michael Angarano) who also is the last man called upon with his own youth soccer team. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) is delighted that Karen (Megan Mullally) is giddy in anticipation of her date with a handsome restaurant owner (guest star Andy Garcia, "Ocean's Eleven").

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    Season 5, Episode 13: Fagmalion, Pt. 1: Gay It Forward

    Grace (Debra Messing) is puzzled over what to make of her strange bohemian neighbor (guest star Rosanna Arquette, "Pulp Fiction") when she moves into Leo's Brooklyn digs. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.

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    Grace (Debra Messing) is puzzled over what to make of her strange bohemian neighbor (guest star Rosanna Arquette, "Pulp Fiction") when she moves into Leo's Brooklyn digs. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.

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    Season 5, Episode 14: Fagmalion, Pt. 2: Attack of the Clones

    Picking up where we left off last week, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) continue their campaign to adapt Karen's (Megan Mullally) awkward cousin (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") to his new way of life - but their flamboyant efforts to help him only remind Will of his own clumsy experiences when he came "out" in 1986. Elsewhere, Grace (Debra Messing) feels abandoned by Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) when he leaves for three weeks to offer his medical services to the needy in Africa.

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    Picking up where we left off last week, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) continue their campaign to adapt Karen's (Megan Mullally) awkward cousin (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") to his new way of life - but their flamboyant efforts to help him only remind Will of his own clumsy experiences when he came "out" in 1986. Elsewhere, Grace (Debra Messing) feels abandoned by Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) when he leaves for three weeks to offer his medical services to the needy in Africa.

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    • EPISODE 113

    Season 5, Episode 15: Homojo

    Jack (Sean Hayes) suffers Karen's (Megan Mullally) wrath when he is seduced into friendship with her manipulative British romantic rival (guest star Minnie Driver, "Good Will Hunting"), who has set up house with Karen's ex-husband. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) try to re-connect their lagging friendship with a competitive night of board games with their friends.

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    Jack (Sean Hayes) suffers Karen's (Megan Mullally) wrath when he is seduced into friendship with her manipulative British romantic rival (guest star Minnie Driver, "Good Will Hunting"), who has set up house with Karen's ex-husband. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) try to re-connect their lagging friendship with a competitive night of board games with their friends.

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    Season 5, Episode 16: Women and Children First

    Jack (Sean Hayes) reconnects with his childhood babysitter (guest star Demi Moore, "A Few Good Men") and falls back into childhood patterns, befuddling Will (Eric McCormack). Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) has a girl's night out in Brooklyn with Karen (Megan Mullally), Rosario (Shelley Morrison), Ellen (guest Leigh-Allyn Baker) and new neighbor Julie (guest star Rosanna Arquette) and offends Karen when she doesn't take her advice regarding Leo.

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    Jack (Sean Hayes) reconnects with his childhood babysitter (guest star Demi Moore, "A Few Good Men") and falls back into childhood patterns, befuddling Will (Eric McCormack). Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) has a girl's night out in Brooklyn with Karen (Megan Mullally), Rosario (Shelley Morrison), Ellen (guest Leigh-Allyn Baker) and new neighbor Julie (guest star Rosanna Arquette) and offends Karen when she doesn't take her advice regarding Leo.

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    • EPISODE 115

    Season 5, Episode 17: Fagmalion, Pt. 3: Bye, Bye, Beardy

    Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack's (Sean Hayes) transformation of Karen's (Megan Mullally) schlubby cousin Barry (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") is complete - but his coming-out party leaves Will with mixed emotions about his new "creation," prompting some unwanted advice from Grace (Debra Messing). In another corner, Karen duels with her flamboyant rival Beverley (guest star Leslie Jordan) in a war of wills during a silent auction for charity.

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    Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack's (Sean Hayes) transformation of Karen's (Megan Mullally) schlubby cousin Barry (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") is complete - but his coming-out party leaves Will with mixed emotions about his new "creation," prompting some unwanted advice from Grace (Debra Messing). In another corner, Karen duels with her flamboyant rival Beverley (guest star Leslie Jordan) in a war of wills during a silent auction for charity.

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    • EPISODE 116

    Season 5, Episode 18: Fagmalion, Pt. 4: The Guy Who Loved Me

    A jealous Will (Eric McCormack) keeps a wary eye on the re-modeled Barry (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") when he spies him disappearing with Jack (Sean Hayes) while Karen (Megan Mullally) switches roles with Rosario (Shelley Morrison) and pretends to be a maid in order to court a handsome maintenance worker (guest star Bruno Campos). Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) finds herself hanging out more and more in her old digs in Will's apartment as she waits for her husband to return from overseas.

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    A jealous Will (Eric McCormack) keeps a wary eye on the re-modeled Barry (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") when he spies him disappearing with Jack (Sean Hayes) while Karen (Megan Mullally) switches roles with Rosario (Shelley Morrison) and pretends to be a maid in order to court a handsome maintenance worker (guest star Bruno Campos). Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) finds herself hanging out more and more in her old digs in Will's apartment as she waits for her husband to return from overseas.

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    Season 5, Episode 19: Sex. Losers & Videotape

    Still nursing a grudge over his last failed relationship, Will (Eric McCormack) forms a gin-soaked anti-romance club with other lovelorn losers - his cuckoo boss, Mr. Stein (guest star Gene Wilder, "The Producers"), and Karen (Megan Mullally) - but the threesome shrinks dramatically when Stein takes a shine to the ever-ready Karen. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) sneaks a video camera into Grace's (Debra Messing) private boudoir and records her privates - and posterior - for posterity.

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    Still nursing a grudge over his last failed relationship, Will (Eric McCormack) forms a gin-soaked anti-romance club with other lovelorn losers - his cuckoo boss, Mr. Stein (guest star Gene Wilder, "The Producers"), and Karen (Megan Mullally) - but the threesome shrinks dramatically when Stein takes a shine to the ever-ready Karen. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) sneaks a video camera into Grace's (Debra Messing) private boudoir and records her privates - and posterior - for posterity.

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    • EPISODE 118