Will & Grace

The Blonde Leading The Blind

Season 7, Ep 20, Aired 4/21/05
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  • Episode Description
  • When Will convinces Grace to see his therapist, Dr. Georgia Keller, he becomes increasingly jealous when the two women form an instant friendship. Grace and Will begin to compete fiercely for Georgia's attention -- and a place in her upcoming book. Meanwhile, glasses bring Karen to a whole new level of clarity and she becomes overly critical of Jack.

  • 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)

  • Fan Reviews (2)
  • A wonderfully hilarious episode once again!

    By ejayne, Oct 04, 2005

  • Jack had more funny lines in this episode than the week’s other sitcoms combined.

    By waltmor, Jun 01, 2005

  • Trivia & Quotes
  • Quotes (7)

    • Karen: I just had the most horrible experience. This..dwarf tried to steal my purse. Fortunately, I was able to wrestle him to the ground and get it back. (Karen hands it to Jack.) Jack: Karen, this isn't your purse, it's a Dora the Explorer lunchbox! (hands box to Will) Will: You just mugged a little girl...a hungry, frightened little girl. Karen: Are you saying I don't know a dwarf mugger in a plaid skirt and braids when she skips past me? Jack: I don't know Karen, this is strikingly similar to last week when you thought that woman stole your fur and you came home with a seeing eye dog around your neck. Karen: Yeah and that fur crapped all over my carpet too! Jack: Well, just in case we need to go back to the school and make sure nobody's missing a lunchbox. (They all turn to Grace and see that she is eating the sandwich that was in the lunchbox) Grace: What? It's egg salad. What kid wants that?

    • (outside his therapist's office) Will: It's only 50 minutes and I'll be right out here doing my homework. Grace: Ugh, there's homework? (pause) Eh, I'll just copy yours.

    • Will: It's just that--I'm a partner now and I should have a better stapler. I'm still using the same old Swingline that got me through law school. Now Gary, who isn't even a partner, has this new silver one that doesn't... Keller: Knock it off, Will. The stapler is your penis and you're worried that Gary's is bigger.

    • Grace: This is so unfair! The book is my thing! I had it first. Will: Yeah, well, she was my therapist first. Grace: You didn't even read her last book. Will: Well, I'll read this one. 'Cause I'm in it. Grace: Well, if you're gonna be in it, I don't wanna be in it. Will: Good, don't be in it. Grace: You don't be in it! She's obviously more interested in me. Will: Oh, really? Do you fake mental illness? Grace: I don't have to! This crazy is all real!!!

    • Jack: Well, you know how I assert my individuality by wearing a gently satirical button every day? Karen: Oh, of course! Who could forget your "God is coming and she is pissed" button? (Laughs) God as a woman....it's funny 'cause it's blasphemous.

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    Notes (1)

    • Advertisements of Stone's appearance said that this episode was originally supposed to air on April 14th, but for some reason it was pushed back a week.

    Trivia (1)

    • Goof: When Will is having his first session with his therapist, Sharon Stone has her legs crossed. But from scene to scene the way they are crossed - left over right/right over left - changes several times, though she doesn't appear to move at all.

    Allusions (2)

    • Karen: A woman needs a man like a fish needs a bicycle? This quote is often attributed to Gloria Steinem, but it was actually coined by Australian educator Irina Dunn. She paraphrased a philosopher who said, 'Man needs God like fish needs a bicycle.'

    • Karen: You know, when I saw myself in that mirror today, all I could think was, I should be wearing a boa and Wayland Flowers should have his hand up my ass
      A funny reference to puppeteer Wayland Flowers and his puppet Madame.

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