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Tracey Ullman plays a peppery chef, teaching a cooking class whose students include Will and Jack; Suzanne Pleshette returns as Karen's sarcastic, willful mom, who hires Grace to redo her apartment---on the cheap. Stuart: Dave Foley. Adam: Christopher Back (more…)
Part 1 of two. The Karen-Lyle romance is tested by his impudent daughter (Minnie Driver), who moves in with dad (John Cleese) and Kar. Meanwhile, Will and Grace pair up in a business venture. Zandra: Eileen Brennan. Stuart: Dave Foley.
Conclusion. The Karen-Lyle affair founders, thanks to willful Lorraine (Minnie Driver); the Jack-Stuart liaison loses luster, giving Will and Grace a chance to resell the guys' apartment for a much higher price. Lyle: John Cleese.
In a juicy, change-of-pace role, “The Sopranos” costar Edie Falco portrays a cutthroat real-estate dealer and lesbian who's a threat to Will and Grace's business ventures. Psychic John Edward appears in a subplot involving Karen. Monet: Chloe Sevigny.
Speeding lands Karen a ticket from a stoic cop (Bobby Cannavale), whose court appearance holds a surprise for Will. Another revelation stems from Jack's mistrust of Stuart, espied in a movie theater with a much younger fellow.
Bebe Neuwirth plays herself in a spoof that finds Jack and Karen bemoaning the ends of “Frasier,” “Friends” and “Sex in the City.” Meanwhile, Will's challenged by a fling with a cop (Bobby Cannavale). Nonny: Sharon Osbourne.
Grace meets Vince, but abruptly leaves shortly after; Jack auditions replacements for Karen because he thinks her marriage will end their friendship. Vince: Bobby Cannavale. Phyllis: Amy Farrington. Jack: Sean Hayes. Karen: Megan Mullally. Grace: Debra Mes (more…)
Will learns his dad is cheating on his mistress (Lesley Ann Warren)...with Will's mother (Blythe Danner); Jack's son tries out for cheerleader. Elliot: Michael Angarano. Melanie: Sara Paxton. Will: Eric McCormack. Jack: Sean Hayes. Karen: Megan Mullally.
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.
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).
Grace fears Marilyn's wrath for breaking her beloved figurine. It's an accident Grace opts to hide, but she's hard-pressed to hide her guilt. Elsewhere, Karen's stepdaughter returns, prompting a bittersweet reunion. Marilyn: Blythe Danner.
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