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In the original eight-season run of this groundbreaking sitcom, best friends Will, a meticulous corporate lawyer, and Grace, a neurotic interior decorator, share a New York apartment after Grace leaves her fiancé at the altar. Will and Grace, along with their pals Karen, an outspoken socialite, and Jack, a free-spirited actor, face the highs and lows of life in Manhattan together. From sex, dating and divorce to cutting cultural commentary, nothing's off limits -- and all is fair game -- in this Emmy-winning comedy.

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A large corporation takes over OutTV, completely revamping Jack's talk-show and giving him a conservative co-host (Britney Spears).
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When Will's writing career fizzles, Malcolm (Alec Baldwin) makes him another job offer; Grace's old college flame (Eric Stoltz) gives her a job decorating his new hotel.
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An old classmate (Jeff Goldblum) tries to get revenge on Karen by becoming the president of Walker Inc.; Will and Grace run into Vince and a co-worker while playing hooky from work.
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Jack wangles his way into Janet Jackson's (guest starring as herself) performance tour as a backup dancer.
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Karen moves her wedding to Las Vegas, where Jennifer Lopez agrees to sing at the ceremony.
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Karen moves her wedding to Las Vegas, where Jennifer Lopez agrees to sing at the ceremony.
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Will insists that Grace turn down a job offer from his former boss, Margot, who has asked Grace to redecorate the law firm.
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Vince's plans to move into a brownstone with Will do not include Grace; Jack's show premieres.
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All of New York society attend Karen's birthday party, but Will, Grace and Jack embarrass themselves and get stuck in the bathroom with the birthday girl.
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Grace contemplates an affair with a married man (Eric Stoltz); Jack begins his new career as a talk-show host; Will continues to hide from Karen the fact that Stan is alive.
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Although Grace tries to ignore St. Valentine's Day, she winds up with a hunky greeting-card writer (Ed Burns); Karen's former nemesis (Jeff Goldblum) tries to win her heart by showering her with gifts.
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Grace drags Will along on her first date with Nick (Edward Burns); Karen tries to set Jack up on a date with the neighborhood bird enthusiast (Luke Perry), but things don't quite go as she has planned.
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At his father's funeral, Will grapples with their last encounter; Grace begins to doubt her potential to be a good mother.
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Excited about an upcoming musical, Grace plans for Will and herself to attend in costume.
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When Will agrees to fire Karen's pastry chef, he becomes involved in a love triangle that the baker created.
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When Will suspects that Karen is more upset about Stan being alive than she is letting on, he makes it his mission to help her heal emotionally.
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Will becomes suspicious of his new job when he finds himself in an empty office with a German shepherd and a Russian-speaking thug.
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Grace's near-death experience prompts her to write her will and jolts Will into making a life-altering career choice.
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Grace convinces Karen to attend her father's (Alan Arkin) birthday party; Karen entertains herself by spending time with Martin's friend Burt (Lee Majors).
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Will is jealous when his no-nonsense therapist (guest star Sharon Stone) becomes fast friends with Grace.
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When Jack convinces Will that they need a change of scenery, they buy an apartment in an up-and-coming gay community.

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