Episode Reviews (3)
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Will and his mom don't like living together, Grace steals exercise, and Jack is busy at his acting career.
This episode, for the most part, was really funny. The part that was so-so was the beginning of Jack's storyline. I don't find James Earl Jones to be that great of a comedian. I enjoyed that Leo wasn't featured in this episode, since I don't find him very funny either. The Sex and the City scene was hilarious as well as the gym scenes with Will and Grace. Jack's storyline seemed to have funny parts but at times drag. The best parts were the Sex and the City scene and when he's suppose to say his line but his grooming himself.moreless
James Earl Jones does Jerry Lewis, sorta.
James Earl Jones is hilarious in this episode. When the producer of the play he and Jack are in says that Jack is the only one acting, James signs up to be a part of Jack's class. Jack has him talking in a Jerry Lewis voice and then doing some "Sex In the City" lines - in a high-pitched voice. ROTFLMAO! This should be the A-story as we see Will and Grace at a gym with Grace "stealing exercise" from a Personal Trainer - who is helping a woman get a bigger bum and smaller breasts. But to see James Earl Jones taking his magnificent voice to a new level - Magnificent.moreless
James Earl Jones and Jack are starring in a play together while Will and his mother struggle to live together...
This episode is hysterical. One story has Will and Marilyn hating living with each other - but nobody listens to Grace who tells them both. This is a funny story with Will being embarrassed by his mother at the gym - in front of another guy - and even more funnier - is Grace stealing 'exercises' and then finding out that its meant to reduce her bust size! The look on Grace's face when she hears about this is priceless...
Then there's Jack who in a play with James Earl Jones(!) - but James needs some coaching and takes up Jack's acting class. With Karen telling James he can't act and Jack trying to make James into a woman (the scene with James talking in high-pitch and pretending to be a 'Sex in the City' character is very, very funny) - its a wonder that James doesn't quit acting for good! A classic silly and funny episode.moreless