Will & Grace

Flip-Flop (1)

Season 6, Ep 15, Aired 2/26/04
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  • Episode Description
  • Dynamic enterprisers Will and Grace begin a new business venture as they buy old apartments to refurbish and re-sell for a tidy profit. When budding "student nurse" Jack bumps into his former acting mentor Zandra, the pair of entrepreneurs finds their first project apartment. Meanwhile, Karen renews her romance with Lyle Finster, but the couple's bliss is interrupted by an unfortunate houseguest when Lorraine moves in.

  • Cast & Crew
  • Eric McCormack

    Will Truman

  • Debra Messing

    Grace Adler

  • Megan Mullally

    Karen Walker

  • Sean Hayes

    Jack McFarland

  • Shelley Morrison

    Rosario Salazar (Season 3 - 7 Recurring)

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  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (18)

    • Lyle: (after Karen tells Lorraine her accent is nauseating) But darling, I speak with a British accent.
      Karen: For which I take Dramamine.

    • Karen: Darling, you have got to set some limits for your daughter. You have to tell her 'no' once in a while. Believe me, I know. I am raising two step-children of my own. Lyle: But your step-children went back to their mother. Karen: Yes, but when they came and begged to stay with me, in the home where they'd grown up, I said 'no'.

    • Lorraine: (reacting to Karen and Lyle kissing) Ugh. Couldn't you do that somewhere else? People eat in here. I don't want to see a sixty-year-old man making out with my father.

    • Lyle: I don't know why I slept so late. The last thing I remember is eating that oatmeal cookie. Karen: Oh. Rosie puts roofies in them. I hate raisins. Lyle: Anyway, I'm sorry I passed out. I was looking forward to making love to you. Karen: Oh, you did.

    • Jack: Thanks for walking me, Stuart. The streets are really tough out there for a boy alone. Ironically, they're tougher for two boys together.

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    Allusions (2)

    • Song: Something Good Karen and Lyle, having moved in together sing this song, which was written especially for the film version of The Sound of Music, one of two songs for which Richard Rodgers wrote both the music and lyrics. They do it in a slight parody of the scene between Julie Andrews and Christopher Plummer in the film. It's interesting that in the same episode, Will bemoans the fact that Julie Andrews no longer sings, a reference to her throat operation.

    • Lyle: (to Rosario) Thank you, Manuel.
      This is an inside joke that references to John Cleese's TV series Fawlty Towers.

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