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Jack Black guests as a mirthful MD giving a physical to Karen, who submits only after the doc checks out Will. Laura Kightlinger has a cameo as the physician's sassy nurse. Also: Stephanie Faracy plays an administrator at a nursing school that enrolled fli (more…)
Candice Bergen guest stars as herself, reveling in a silly one-upmanship battle with her old friend Karen at a fancy restaurant, where Grace is wooed by an affable loser (Tom Everett Scott) and Will is fancied by a comely bar patron.
Hal Linden portrays a rich, gay sophisticate enamored of Will and lavishes gifts on him, including very expensive art---and a horse. At first, Will's flattered, then flustered. “Oh my God,” he exclaims to his pals, “I have a sugar daddy.”
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…)
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.
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- Premiered: September 21, 1998
- Rating: TV-PG
- Premise: Snappy hit about a straight woman and a gay man who are best friends. She's a decorator with a snippy, self-absorbed assistant; he's a lawyer with a flamboyant buddy who has trouble holding a job. The scripts are laced with pop-culture references and in-jo… (more)