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Will & Grace

23 min
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Nominated for 27 Golden Globes. Another 53 wins & 178 nominations
Country: USA
Release Date: 1998-09-21
Filming Locations: 155 Riverside Drive, Manhattan, New York City, New York, USA
Eric McCormack
Will Truman
Debra Messing
Grace Adler
Megan Mullally
Karen Walker
Sean Hayes
Jack McFarland
Shelley Morrison
Rosario Salazar
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During the episode in which Will and Grace compete for the Tenants Association Presidency, one tenant complains that her missing umbrella closely resembles the one belonging to "Tim Kaiser in apartment 12-B." Tim Kaiser was a producer of the episode.
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If Grace had given birth to a daughter, she wanted to name her "Lilly."
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Early promotional spots for the show were ambiguous about Will's homosexuality since NBC didn't know how well the gay leading character would play.
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In "Cheaters" Will's father takes several sips from his drink during the intermission of a musical, but the level in his glass never changes between shots.
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In the earlier series, the deadlock on Grace's office door is backwards. The door opens inwards yet the part of the lock where the key is required is on the inside of the office and the latch that can be opened by hand is on the outside - rendering the lock useless. This is corrected in later seasons.
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In "Boo Humbug", Harlin's daughter takes her bumblebee mask with her when she leaves. A few shots later, when Grace and Will dive for the candy, it is on the coffee table again.
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Will: But make no mistake about it, Harry. I am a gay man. I sleep with men. I have no desire to sleep with women... Not now, not ever.
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Karen: Well, well, well. Look what the cat cleaned up, showered, exfoliated, powdered, lipsticked, Gucci'd and dragged in.
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Man: Miss Walker, I came as soon as you called. Karen: Well that's really none of my business, but thanks for sharing.
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Does Megan Mullally (Karen) Really Have Such a Squeaky Voice?
No, it's entirely forced. Refer to the Pilot episode to hear her real voice. Throughout seasons one and two she slowly transitioned to the more comedic, squeaky voice which wasn't realized during the development of the series.
How Old is Karen?
We never find out exactly. Throughout the beginning of the series, it was comically implied that Karen could be incredibly old. In one episode she accidentally lets it slip that she lived through the Great Depression, but due to the presumably millions of dollars she's spent on plastic surgery she looks much younger. But in the middle of the series, Karen's mother, Lois, comes into the picture. Lois works as a barmaid and can't afford excessive plastic surgery. Lois appears to be in her late sixties.
Were Will and Jack Ever a Couple?
No, never. In a flash back in episode 3.8 "Lows in the Mid-Eighties" a year after Jack and Will first met, Jack confesses he's in love with him. But Will immediately lets him down easy and Jack (obviously lying) says he was just "testing him." Later in episode 5.24 "24" Will and Jack awake naked in bed together after a night of drinking and since they have no memory of what happened, it appears they've slept together and the season ends with a cliffhanger. In the first episode of the following season, Karen reveals information via surveillance cameras that nothing happened between them.
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Luke Perry Corinne Bohrer John Balma Dean Cameron Ayda Field Joel McHale Christina Moore Ray Porter
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