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Police search for an underage prostitute who's disappeared and realize she fits a pattern of missing prostitutes who placed ads on the same Web site. The case adds conflict to Benson and Haden's new romance as their personal and professional lives blur.
A closed rape case of Benson's is reopened because of its similarities to a new case, and the possibility of wrongful imprisonment surfaces. As Benson's work is questioned, tension develops between her, ADA Haden and Bayard Ellis.
Kristin Davis (“Sex and the City”) plays a doting soul mate of Will's lover, whose sweetness belies a deep-rooted jealousy. Meanwhile, Karen's stint as Jack's assistant at OutTV proves disastrous. Vince: Bobby Cannavale. Tim: Mark Harelik.
Part 1 of two. Memories of Leo haunt Grace as their wedding anniversary nears and she readies to get back in the dating game. Meanwhile, Karen and Jack fix each other up on dates, which, of course, turn out disastrously.
Divorce angst ruffles Grace in this two-parter's conclusion, which also concerns Jack's plan for a has-been commercial star (Victor Garber), signed up as an OutTV spokesman. Rip Taylor has a cameo as his irrepressible self.
Lily Tomlin guest stars as Will's shrewd boss, hosting a posh party to size up associates who are anxious for a full partnership in the firm. At the fete, the competition turns testy, and Grace winds up schmoozing with the boss's spouse.
Tony winner Patti LuPone (“Evita”) guest stars as herself in a plot that centers on Will's breakup with Vince and Jack's idolatry of LuPone. Also, vengeful Woolley (Jeff Goldblum) is back with a despicable new scheme to ruin Karen.
A pastry chef frosts Karen, who wants the fellow fired by Will. Trouble is, he's attracted to the guy and his concoctions. Also, Grace's new beau (Edward Burns) is humbled by Jack, who, in turn, gets a dressing-down from Grace.
Three's a crowd for boozing nights on the town with Karen, Grace and her chum (Leigh-Allyn Baker), a troubled wife who lets her hair down far too long. Also, Will invests in a house at a “big, hot, gay getaway” in upstate New York.
Sharon Stone plays a noted shrink, who gives short shrift to Will and full attention to Grace, an "interesting" case study for the therapist's new book. In another storyline, eyeglasses redefine reality for Karen.
Stacy Keach guest stars as an acting coach, who's taken over Jack's class and adopted the McFarland Method: "acting is attracting." Also, Blythe Danner reappears as Will's mom, getting very tipsy in a tête-à-tête with Grace.
Will gives Grace a guilt trip when his former boss (Lily Tomlin) offers her a lucrative decorating job that conflicts with a job she has planned at a nursing home. Meanwhile, Jack's dying of curiosity about a "forbidden room" in Karen's mansion.
A couple of recent college grads who are opposites go their separate ways. However, as they repeatedly run into each other over the years, they are able to maintain a close friendship by keeping sex out of it for fear it might ruin their relationship.
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- Birth Name: Joseph Harry Fowler Connick Jr.
- Birth Place: New Orleans, LA
- Profession: Singer, Musician, Actor, Composer
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