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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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Will and Grace make a decision about their future together; Jack continues his never-ending search for love; Karen tries to find happiness in Stan's absence.
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Will and Grace make a decision about their future together; Jack continues his never-ending search for love; Karen tries to find happiness in Stan's absence.
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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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Will and Grace attend childbirth classes; Karen seeks comfort from very busy Jack.
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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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Jack loses his hosting job and vows never to return to acting; Will has a showdown with his father.
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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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Ecstatic, Jack coerces Will into coming out with him to a cowboy bar to meet his new boyfriend, Travis.
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Nervous but optimistic Grace decides it is time to tell Leo (Harry Connick Jr.) she is pregnant with his child.
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Karen ignores Grace's plea for a low-key wedding and plans a huge affair, hiring Hall & Oates to perform "Maneater" at the ceremony.
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Will, Karen and Grace travel to Los Angeles to support Jack as he accepts an award for Best Local Cable Guy Talk Show Host.
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Will and Grace dread a dinner date with Rob and Ellen, but the identity of their waiter (Bobby Cannavale) eclipses their friends' big news.
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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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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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Excited about an upcoming musical, Grace plans for Will and herself to attend in costume.
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When the gang spends Christmas at the home of Will's mother, Marilyn Truman (Blythe Danner), Grace gets romantic with Will's brother.
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When Grace finds it impossible to please her mother (Debbie Reynolds), Jack offers to help, believing no one knows how to be a good daughter like a gay son.
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Jack's decision to move makes Will take a close look at their friendship; Karen and Grace are invited to the memorial celebration for Beverly's (Leslie Jordan) deceased wife.
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Grace and Will spot her ex-husband, Leo (Harry Connick Jr.), on their plane to London, and Will charms a pair of gay flight attendants into letting Grace into first-class to talk with Leo.
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Jack brings Baby Glenn (Jason Biggs), who gained notoriety in the '80s after being trapped in a hole for days, to Will's charity auction and carnival.
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Jack tells Karen he believes she belongs with Stan, not Malcolm (Alec Baldwin).
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Jack learns that Will has never learned how to swim, so he makes it his mission to teach him.
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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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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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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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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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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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When Will agrees to fire Karen's pastry chef, he becomes involved in a love triangle that the baker created.
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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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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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When Scott Woolley (Jeff Goldblum) tries to get Grace to fire Karen by impersonating a restaurant owner, the women plan a trap for him.
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Will is reluctant to bring Vince to a dinner party at his boss's (Lily Tomlin) home, fearing it will scratch his chances of making partner at the firm.
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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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Grace accidentally breaks a treasured figurine at Will's mother's (Blythe Danner) holiday party and blames it on another guest.
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Vince's mother is unable to make her traditional holiday feast, so Will volunteers to make a special meal, but Vince's mother refuses to give Will any of the credit; Jack gives Vince's sister (guest star Jamie-Lynn DiScala) pointers on keeping secrets.
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Vince's mother is unable to make her traditional holiday feast, so Will volunteers to make a special meal, but Vince's mother refuses to give Will any of the credit; Jack gives Vince's sister (guest star Jamie-Lynn DiScala) pointers on keeping secrets.
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Will, Grace, Jack and Karen go on a road trip for Grace's getaway weekend, but Jack and Karen hate the car ride and bail on the plan.
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After a great date with someone else, Grace comes home to a garbled message from Leo; Karen and Jack try to set each other up, but things go awry.
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Will and Grace decide to invite Vince and Nadine (Kristin Davis) over, but they quickly learn that, despite similarities in friendship, they are polar opposites.
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Will convinces Jack to aid a local gay-bookstore owner to save his store from closing.
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Despite the fact that Will has never had a happy birthday, his new relationship with Vince (Bobby Cannavale) gives him hope that this one will be.
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Grace accuses Will of being too nice to strangers; Jack has trouble at his new company when his co-workers mock him about his Cher doll.
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As she attempts to steal doughnuts at an AA meeting, Grace has a surprise reunion with Val (Molly Shannon); Will and Jack attend a gay television focus group meeting.
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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 recruits Jack to help her get Jennifer Lopez to listen to Karen's new song; Grace takes out her frustration over her cheating husband on Will.
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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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On the eve of his graduation from nursing school, Jack turns to Will for help writing his commencement address.
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At Tina's (Lesley Ann Warren) urging, Will tries to find out if there is a new woman in his father's life; Jack's son decides to try out for the high-school cheerleading squad.
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Will introduces his new boyfriend (Bobby Cannavale) to overly critical Grace; Karen tells Jack that their friendship will change after her wedding.
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Grace advises Will to play hard to get with his new boyfriend (Bobby Cannavale); Jack and Karen despair after learning their favorite TV series will be going off the air.
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Jack and Grace stumble upon Stuart (Dave Foley) watching a movie matinee in the company of another man; Will tries to teach Karen how to drive.
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Real-estate entrepreneurs Will and Grace face formidable competition on the East Side from a lesbian couple (Edie Falco, Chloe Sevigny); John Edward gives Karen some psychic guidance.
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Will and Grace try to break up Jack and Stuart (Dave Foley) so they can sell the apartment for a higher price; Karen demands that Lyle (John Cleese) discipline his daughter (Minnie Driver).
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Will and Grace begin a business venture selling apartments; Jack runs into his former acting mentor, Zandra; Karen and Lyle (John Cleese) try to renew romance.
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Will is the only single man in a cooking class full of couples, including Jack and his new boyfriend (Dave Foley); Karen's mother (Suzanne Pleshette) asks Grace to decorate her apartment.
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Will's new client (Dave Foley) falls for Jack; Grace and Karen discover hidden money while trying to fix the plumbing in Leo's cabin.
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A rich plastic surgeon (guest star Hal Linden) tries to buy Will's affection; Grace boycotts a new restaurant.
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Grace's free-loading sister (guest star Geena Davis) comes to town to launch her latest business enterprise; Karen spurns Lyle's (guest star John Cleese) marriage proposals but has a change of heart when Lorraine (guest star Minnie Driver) expresses her disapproval.
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A weak bladder forces Will to entrust Grace with his place in line for Barry Manilow concert tickets; Grace's mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds) cancels their annual mother-daughter shopping trip to have dinner with Jack and Karen. Barry Manilow guest stars as himself.
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Will catches the eye of a female diner after being stood up; Grace bumps into a man (Tom Everett Scott) with whom she once shared a forgettable encounter; Karen runs into her nemesis, Candice Bergen.
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Will urges Grace to stay in New York so they can spend some time together; Karen strong-arms Jack's nursing teacher into letting him skip class but still make the grade.
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An unorthodox doctor (Jack Black) gives Karen her annual physical; Jack begs Will to support his decision to become a student nurse.
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Will takes his mother for an afternoon stroll and bumps into an attractive bachelor (Dylan McDermott); Karen continues her lifelong quest to hunt down hubby-stealing Lorraine.
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Will takes Leo on shopping sprees and for high tea to help him rekindle his love of the city; Karen coaches Jack for the annual gay spelling bee.
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Jack lands a speaking role opposite James Earl Jones in an off-Broadway play and gives the veteran actor some pointers.
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Karen invites Grace and Leo to play tennis at her exclusive club, but her fierce playing style drives Grace away.
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Grace is vexed when she learns that Leo's ex-girlfriend (Mira Sorvino) is intimately acquainted with Will.
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Will and Jack awake in a precarious position while at sea; Grace discovers love letters in Leo's bag from a female colleague.
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Karen confronts her ex-husband's mistress (guest star Minnie Driver) before inviting her friends aboard her extravagant yacht for a somber ceremony; Grace gets jealous of her husband's (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) sexy co-worker (guest star Nicollette Sheridan). Deborah Harry also g.
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When Karen's ex-husband dies, she and her British rival (Minnie Driver) have a contest of wills; Leo (Harry Connick Jr.) is needed in Guatemala.
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Karen hires a somewhat immature divorce attorney (guest star Macaulay Culkin) to oppose Will in court.
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Karen's search for a roommate leads to a high-maintenance individual (Madonna) who shares many of her eccentricities; Grace and Jack intervene when Will uses painkillers as a crutch.
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Will attempts to surprise Grace for her birthday by sneaking Leo (Harry Connick Jr.) back from Africa.
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Will forms an anti-romance club with Karen and his boss (Gene Wilder).
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Jealous Will spots Barry (Dan Futterman) disappearing with Jack; Karen trades places with Rosario to woo a handsome handyman (Bruno Campos).
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Will and Jack's transformation of Karen's cousin Barry is complete; Karen duels with Beverly during a silent auction for charity.
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Jack encounters his former baby sitter (guest star Demi Moore) and lapses into childlike behavior. Rosanna Arquette and Leigh-Allyn Baker also guest star.
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Karen's rival (Minnie Driver) attempts to manipulate Jack; Will and Grace revitalize their friendship with a night of board games.
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Will and Jack coach Karen's cousin (Dan Futterman) on his new gay lifestyle, reminding Will of his own experience of coming out in 1986.
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Grace is puzzled by her new neighbor -- a bizarre bohemian woman.
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Jack convinces Will to join a gay soccer team; Karen is giddy in anticipation of her date with a handsome restaurateur (Andy Garcia).
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Grace has only two tickets to "The Nutcracker" and cannot decide whether to take Will or Leo. Mary McDonough guest stars.
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Will invites Karen to move in with him after she is kicked out of the Plaza Hotel; Elton John is an all-seeing arbiter of gay style.
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Will is uneasy about the whole idea of Grace marrying Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.). Debbie Reynolds and Katie Couric also guest star.
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Grace begins to have cold feet as her relatives start arriving for her wedding, while Will tries to overcome his mixed emotions.
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Grace uses indecorous language when meeting Leo's parents; Jack's acting coach (Eileen Brennan) disparages his meager talent.
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Will's aggressive new boss (Gene Wilder) orders him to fire his friend; Grace and Jack discover Karen is living out of her limousine.
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Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) drags Grace on a scary cycling trip in the autumn countryside. Jason Marsden also guest stars.
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Karen and Jack hatch a plan to end Will and Grace's ongoing feud by tricking them into attending the same child's birthday party.
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Smitten with the handsome doctor (Harry Connick Jr.), Grace stalls for time to reconsider having a baby with Will.
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Stalking Kevin Bacon (guest starring as himself) pays off for Jack when he is hired as the actor's personal assistant; Will and Grace pursue parenthood. Harry Connick Jr. and Rip Torn also guest star.
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A dashing doctor (Harry Connick Jr.) on horseback rescues Grace; Karen debates cheating on her imprisoned husband with hot-blooded suitor Lionel (Rip Torn).
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Will and Grace vacillate on artificial or natural means of conceiving a baby; Jack receives career advice from his show-business idol, Cher.
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Will and Grace vacillate on artificial or natural means of conceiving a baby; Jack receives career advice from his show-business idol, Cher.
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Will wants Grace to be the mother of his baby; Jack and Karen are inspired to pursue their own goals.
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Will takes Grace to have her picture taken after he wins a sitting with an eccentric celebrity photographer.
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A detective (Michael Douglas) helps Will search for his stolen computer; a crazy neighbor (Molly Shannon) opens a business and prospers by stealing Grace's ideas.
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When the bride-to-be gets sick, Will persuades Grace to help plan the wedding for his visiting friends.
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When Jack works instead of taking his son to a basketball tournament, he learns from Will that he missed his son's first kiss with a girl.
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Will salvages a cherished garden gnome in the aftermath of his parent's divorce; Jack's afraid of being typecast as a straight man.
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Will presents his newly reconciled parents (Sydney Pollack, Blythe Danner) with a cruise for their anniversary, but their individual secrets ruin his hopes.
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Moving into their new dream apartment makes Will and Grace homesick; Jack tries to reconcile Karen with her grifter mom (guest star Suzanne Pleshette).
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Will and Grace try to find more expansive digs despite the efforts of Sandra Bernhard; Jack stumbles across Karen's lowlife mother (guest star Suzanne Pleshette).
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Jack uses Grace as bait to expose a rival (Matt Damon) as heterosexual in order to secure a spot in a gay men's chorus.
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Grace reveals her ex-boyfriend's faults to his bride at the wedding rehearsal; Elliot's mother (Rosie O'Donnell) demands that Jack never see him again.
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After rediscovering a handsome high-school friend who's doing time, Grace dreams of their life together outside the Big House.
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Grace schemes to hook up the mistress (Lesley Ann Warren) of Will's father with another man in order to break up the relationship.
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Grace is hired to decorate the windows at Barney's; Will meets a ballet dancer and is too embarrassed to introduce his friends.
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At the gym, Will sees a man (Patrick Breen) who seems familiar, while Jack tries to popularize a new saying.
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Will, Grace, Jack and Karen make a day of it as they head to Thanksgiving get-togethers at the houses of their respective families.
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Will, Grace, Jack and Karen make a day of it as they head to Thanksgiving get-togethers at the houses of their respective families.
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Will and Grace back different candidates for the upcoming mayoral election.
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Will, Jack and Karen try and rouse a devastated and bed-ridden Grace after she loses her boyfriend, Nathan.
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Nathan's marriage proposal doesn't fulfill Grace's childhood fantasy, and she finds it dispiriting.
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Jack sets up unsuspecting Will on a date with a smitten supervisor; Grace and Nathan swap sexual histories.
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When Stan is arrested for tax evasion, Grace moves into Karen's apartment to help her worried friend.
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Jack coerces Grace into posing as his son Elliot's date to a school dance.
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Will suffers flashbacks when a childhood bully (Adam Goldberg) is hired by his law firm.
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Will and Grace (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing) resume their chummy relationship, leaving Nathan (guest star Woody Harrelson) feeling left out in the cold; Jack (Sean Hayes) and his son go school shopping.
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Grace tries to keep the peace between her slovenly boyfriend and a resentful Will; Jack plans to meet his father for the first time.
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Grace tries to keep the peace between her slovenly boyfriend and a resentful Will; Jack plans to meet his father for the first time.
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Grace tries to keep secret her embarrassing romance with a slovenly neighbor (Woody Harrelson); Jack revels in the attention given to him by Grace's eccentric friend (Molly Shannon).
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Grace (Debra Messing) attends the funeral of a former high-school classmate whom she used to bully. Guest star: Todd Stashwick.
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Grace gives romantic advice to a slovenly neighbor (Woody Harrelson) in hope of reuniting him with his girlfriend so he will move away.
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Grace buys a piano in hope of strengthening her friendship with Will.
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Grace (Debra Messing) ruins Will's (Eric McCormack) weekly poker game; Jack and Karen (Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally) target a plastic surgery guinea pig.
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Karen (Megan Mullally) tries to keep Grace (Debra Messing) from dating her attractive nephew (guest star Paul Satterfield).
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Grace is shocked when she catches Will's philandering father (Syndney Pollack) on the arm of a glamorous stranger (Lesley Ann Warren).
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Grace catches Will's philandering father (Sydney Pollack) on the arm of a glamorous stranger (Lesley Ann Warren).
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Grace (Debra Messing) regrets selling her late uncle's old car to a nun (guest star Ellen DeGeneres) and attempts to get it back.
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Will (Eric McCormack) has trouble with the fact that his new beau (guest star Patrick Dempsey) is not "out" and refers to Will as his brother.
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Will (Eric McCormack) enlists Grace (Debra Messing) to help him improve his batting skills in hopes of impressing a new friend (guest star Patrick Dempsey).
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Will and Grace (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing) pose as millionaires while visiting the townhouse of Sandra Bernhard (guest starring as herself).
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Will (Eric McCormack) is bothered when he feels Grace (Debra Messing) is acting more like a nagging wife than a friend.
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Grace (Debra Messing) has trouble accepting her new beau (guest star Ken Marino) when she learns he has six toes on one of his feet.
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A crucial confession highlights Thanksgiving 1985, when college student Grace (Debra Messing) takes boyfriend Will (Eric McCormack) home to meet her family. With Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.
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A crucial confession highlights Thanksgiving 1985, when college student Grace (Debra Messing) takes boyfriend Will (Eric McCormack) home to meet her family. With Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.
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Will is terrified by revelations made to him by a fortuneteller; pop icon Cher encounters her biggest fan, Jack.
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Grace considers her ex-boyfriend's invitation to join him and his current girl in a romantic escapade.
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Grace finds it hard to call it quits with Ben; Jack livens up his failing cabaret act at Will's expense.
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Grace (Debra Messing) is appalled when her new intern (guest star Natasha Lyonne) suddenly emulates Karen (Megan Mullally) and takes on her brash persona.
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Jack and Will (Sean Hayes, Eric McCormack) visit two old party buddies (guest stars Jerry Levine and Tim Bagley) and discover they are giving parenthood a try.
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Will's (Eric McCormack) apartment becomes a haven for Grace (Debra Messing) after a break-in attempt; Jack and Karen (Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally) aren't speaking.
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Will (Eric McCormack) returns from the Caribbean to discover Grace (Debra Messing) has a new best friend, Jack (Sean Hayes).
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Will discovers that Grace is dating his boss; Rosario requests a divorce from Jack so that she can marry Karen's gardener.
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Will discovers that Grace is dating his boss; Rosario requests a divorce from Jack so that she can marry Karen's gardener.
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Karen's friend (Joan Collins) turns out to be Grace's primary competition for a lucrative design job.
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Will and Grace visit their retired professor (Orson Bean); Karen tries to prepare a home-cooked meal for Stan's birthday.
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Grace befriends her kleptomaniac neighbor (Molly Shannon); Jack crashes a party for former homosexuals to sway a recent convert (Neil Patrick Harris) back to the gay life.
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When Ellen and Rob announce their engagement, Grace confesses to Will that she once had an affair with Rob.
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Grace (Debra Messing) backs out of a charity commitment after she has already convinced Will (Eric McCormack) to participate.
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After Karen's husband suffers a heart attack, there is speculation on whom she will turn to for support.
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Will's (Eric McCormack) former boyfriend (guest star Chris Potter) is back in town and may want to rekindle their relationship. With Debra Messing.
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Will (Eric McCormack) gets advice from Jack (Sean Hayes) on how to handle a blind date arranged by his boss (guest star Gregory Hines).
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Will and Jack complain to the "Today" show's Al Roker after a scheduled kiss between gay men does not air.
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Will's father (Sydney Pollack) dissuades him from attending a company banquet because he has told people that Will is married to Grace.
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Will (Eric McCormack) suffers from strange dreams when he learns that Grace (Debra Messing) is dating his therapist.
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Grace (Debra Messing) is upset when Will's (Eric McCormack) best friend (guest star Megyn Price) from high school wants him to be the father of her baby.
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Will has until Friday to find a new client or lose his job; Jack and Grace try to get on their favorite TV show.
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Rob and Ellen become jealous when Will and Grace begin to pal around with a photographer and an art gallery manager.
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Grace (Debra Messing) looks to Will (Eric McCormack) for representation when a lawyer (guest star Gregory Hines) doesn't pay her for a consulting assignment.
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Jack's (Sean Hayes) mother (guest star Veronica Cartwright) doesn't know he is gay and thinks he once had a romantic relationship with Grace (Debra Messing).
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Jack (Sean Hayes) challenges Will (Eric McCormack) to become a waiter on his staff; Grace (Debra Messing) finds out a dirty secret about Karen (Megan Mullally).
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Will lets his ego get the better of him when he dismisses the clients who believed in him before he became a success.
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Grace's mom (guest star Debbie Reynolds) shows Will (Eric McCormack) a little too much attention for her jealous daughter's taste. With Debra Messing.
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Grace tries to live up to her new "dimensions" when a deceiving, but flattering, picture of her appears in a newspaper.
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A jealous Grace runs against Will for president of the board of tenants when she finds out about the position's perks.
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To assert her independence, Grace moves to the apartment across the hall and throws a dinner party without Will's help.
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Grace and Will (Debra Messing, Eric McCormack) rethink their living arrangement; Jack (Sean Hayes) agrees to marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) maid (guest star Shelley Morrison).
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Grace tones down her competitiveness during game playing, while Will's focus changes to winning; Karen saves a workman.
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A successful publicist (guest star Miguel Ferrer) hires Grace (Debra Messing) to decorate his office with the condition that Will (Eric McCormack) dates him.
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Will learns a lesson about prejudice from Jack; Karen tells Grace about her rocky marriage.
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Will uses his new neighbor, Val, for his plans while Grace works; Jack is sentenced to pick up trash.
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Grace (Debra Messing) romances an old flame (guest star David Sutcliffe) while in Vermont and tries to hide the fling from Will (Eric McCormack). Tom Bosley also guest stars.
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Will and Grace (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing) compete for the affections of their new neighbor (guest star David Newsom). With Megan Mullally.
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Grace (Debra Messing) tells Will (Eric McCormack) about her romance with his brother (guest star John Slattery); Karen (Megan Mullally) helps Jack (Sean Hayes) deal with turning 30.
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Will's (Eric McCormack) estranged, older brother (guest star John Slattery) turns up at Jack's (Sean Hayes) birthday party; Karen (Megan Mullally) shops with Jack. With Debra Messing.
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Grace (Debra Messing) gets a visit from her mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds), who wreaks havoc by suggesting that she marry Will (Eric McCormack).
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Will (Eric McCormack) hires a cleaning lady (guest star Wendie Jo Sperber) to help Grace (Debra Messing) with her preparations for an upcoming decorators' contest. With Sean Hayes and guest star Raphael Sbarge.
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Jack and Grace (Sean Hayes, Debra Messing) surprise Will (Eric McCormack) on his birthday with tickets to an ice-skating show with Rudy Galindo (as himself). With Megan Mullally.
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Will and Grace (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing) eavesdrop on the couple downstairs (guest stars Tom Sullivan, Corinne Bohrer), who are involved in a marital conflict.
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Will (Eric McCormack) develops a dog obsession after Grace (Debra Messing) brings home a puppy, forcing her to take action.
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Grace (Debra Messing) seeks Will's (Eric McCormack) advice on buying a studio, then sets out to prove she can make the deal.
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Grace (Debra Messing) blames Will (Eric McCormack) for her lack of a social life and decides that they can no longer have fun.
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Grace worries that Will is keeping secrets from her after Jack discloses Will's past affair with a client.
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Jack and Karen (Sean Hayes, Megan Mullally) head out to party, while Will and Grace (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing) go trick-or-treating with Harlan's (Gary Grubbs) kids.
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Grace's (Debra Messing) decorating job on Harlin's (Gary Grubbs) place embarrasses Will (Eric McCormack), who then makes an even bigger mess.
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Will (Eric McCormack) faces the big issues when Grace (Debra Messing) moves in and wants to knock down the bathroom walls.
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Will (Eric McCormack) has to decide whether to invite Grace (Debra Messing) to live with him or put up with his roommate (Sean Hayes).
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When Grace (Debra Messing) gets a marriage proposal, Will (Eric McCormack) risks their friendship by telling her what he thinks.

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Told from the perspective of an unseen documentary filmmaker, the series offers an honest, often-hilarious perspective of family life. Parents Phil and Claire yearn for an honest, open relationship with their three kids. But a daughter who is trying to grow up too fast, another who is too smart for her own good, and a rambunctious young son make it challenging. Claire's dad, Jay, and his Latina wife, Gloria, are raising two sons together, but people sometimes believe Jay to be Gloria's father. Jay's gay son, Mitchell, and his partner, Cameron, have adopted a little Asian girl, completing one big -- straight, gay, multicultural, traditional -- happy family.
In this comedy, married New York couple Paul and Jamie Buchman (Paul Reiser, Helen Hunt) share their lives and offer wit and wisdom about relationships. Paul is a documentary filmmaker and Jamie works as a public relations specialist. Together, they grow and mature as they learn the art of staying married and loving it. Along for the ride is their ever-tolerant dog, Murray; Jamie's best friend, Fran; Jamie's sister, Lisa; and Paul's cousin, Ira. Playing recurring characters on the series are veteran actors including Lisa Kudrow and Hank Azaria.
A sex columnist, Carrie Bradshaw, and her three friends -- Samantha, Charlotte and Miranda -- explore Manhattan's dating scene, chronicling the mating habits of single New Yorkers. Not surprisingly, the ladies have a number of beaus throughout the series' run.
Laid-back Sam Malone, a former relief pitcher for the Boston Red Sox, owns and runs Cheers, a cozy bar in Boston. He hires smart, uptight -- and jilted -- Diane Chambers as a server, out of sympathy, but their attraction causes constant bickering. Wacky characters fill the bar: sarcastic waitress Carla, beer-loving accountant Norm, know-it-all postman Cliff. When Diane leaves Boston much later, Sam sells the bar, buys a boat and sails the world, but his boat sinks, so he returns. New, ambitious manager Rebecca Howe hires him back, but they love to hate each other too.
Ted has fallen in love. It all started when his best friend, Marshall, drops the bombshell that he plans to propose to longtime girlfriend Lily, a kindergarten teacher. Suddenly, Ted realizes that he had better get a move on if he hopes to find true love. Helping him in the quest is Barney, a friend with endless -- often outrageous -- opinions, a penchant for suits and a foolproof way to meet women. When Ted meets Robin, he is sure it's love at first sight, but the affair fizzles into friendship. Voice-over by Bob Saget ("Full House") tells the story through flashbacks.
Four single friends -- comic Jerry Seinfeld, bungling George Costanza, frustrated working gal Elaine Benes and eccentric neighbor Cosmo Kramer -- deal with the absurdities of everyday life in New York City.
An oddball family of employees at supersized megastore Cloud 9 tackles the day-to-day grind of rabid bargain hunters, riot-causing sales and nap-worthy training sessions. Stalwart employee Amy is just trying to hold it all together despite the best efforts of her daftly clueless manager Glen and his iron-fisted assistant Dina. Rounding out the crew is new hire Jonah, a dreamy dreamer, sardonic Garrett, ambitious Mateo and sweet young mother-to-be Cheyenne. From bright-eyed newbies to seen-it-all veterans, bumbling seasonal hires and in-it-for-life managers, they're all going to get through another day -- together.
Ellen works in a Los Angeles bookstore called Buy the Book and hangs around with her friends discussing lovers, work and family. The show came under controversy during the fourth season when the title character came out as a lesbian, shortly after Ellen DeGeneres did the same in real life.
Ronny McCarthy wants nothing more than to move away from his sports-crazed Boston family and hit the singles scene in search of a partner, but when his politically incorrect, outspoken father taps him to be the high-school assistant basketball coach instead of his more-athletic -- and straight -- siblings, he is touched by the gesture and rethinks his plans. With a new perspective, Ronny decides to embark on a different path, and he can be sure his tight-knit family will have plenty to say about it.