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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.
Part 1 of two. A chaotic Thanksgiving with Will's lover's folks finds Grace attracted to a young hunk, and Jack privy to a sex secret that could tear the family apart. Meanwhile, Will cooks and tries to keep peace. Ro: Jamie-Lynn DiScala.
Conclusion. Turkey Day chaos continues amid sexual rivalry that pits Grace against Karen for the attentions of a hottie. A much younger hottie. Meanwhile, tensions surround a revelation involving Will's lover's sister (Jamie-Lynn DiScala).
Richard Chamberlain appears as a sarcastic, reclusive buttinsky who figures in Grace's 10th annual trivia game. In other events, Stan reappears---sort of---in a very steamy steam room, where he's confronted by Malcolm, Karen's new love.
Jeff Goldblum guest stars as a spiteful magnate out to bankrupt Karen over a high-school affront that scarred his psyche. Also, a secret emerges in the life of Will's lover Vince that, unfortunately, becomes known to Grace and Jack.
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.
Luke Perry guest stars as a bird-watcher who Jack sees as a “hot gay nerd.” Also, Grace has a hot date with a new beau (Edward Burns), and an uncomfortable Will is talked into coming along so Grace doesn't get out of control.
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.
Part 1 of two. Alec Baldwin plays a mysterious stranger who figures in Will's future, and Eric Stoltz is a Romeo from Grace's past. Elsewhere, Seth Green plays an obnoxious former child star signed to host Jack's new talk show.