Karen and Grace share the series' first on screen same sex kiss.
Music: "17 Again" by the Eurythmics; "One Mint Julip," a Will & Grace recording (the original version was made famous by Ray Charles)
Goof: When Jack comes in the apartment, he has on a fake mole that mysteriously disappears after Will leaves.
Rosario: OK, hand me the hose!
Will: Yeah, I...don't have a hose. It's the reason I almost didn't take this apartment.
Rosario: I'll make do! (Goes into Grace's room)
Jack: She wakes you up with a hose in the morning?
Karen: Honey, I get hit in the face with cold water, I can't say where it's coming from.
Will: Sweetie, how are you?
Grace: I'm OK.
Will: Where are you?
Grace: Under the bed.
Will: OK, I'm going to take these tweezers so we don't have to relive the 'I-don't-have-Danny-I-don't-deserve-eyebrows' incident.
Karen: (to Rosario who has emerged from Grace's bedroom)
What's going on? Where's Grace? Did you mistake her for some of my jewelry and stuff her down your pants?
Rosario: Suck it.
Will: (walking out of Grace's bedroom) Well, it's gotten worse. She's under the bed bumming out the boogeyman. (Karen pulls out a phone) Who you calling?
Karen: Honey, the only way we're gonna get Grace out of that bed is with a big strong man. (into the phone) Rosario, get over here!
Grace: Jack, I really wanted to be by myself.
Jack: I know. Me too. Anyway, you know, sometimes my mom would take to her bed for weeks, and I was the only one who could help. She'd say, 'Jackie, sing me a song,' and I would. She'd say, 'Cuddle with me, Jackie,' and I would. I do believe that that may have been the root of me becoming an entertainer.
Grace: Either that or it was the root of you becoming a big 'mo.
Rosario: You better watch it, lady, because the next time you take a bath it'll be rub-a-dub-dub, I drop the blender in the tub.
Jack: I finally figured out how to make Jack 2001 different than Jack 2000.
Grace: You're gonna get an audience?
Will: I'm going down to the market to pick up some doughnuts and dental floss.
Jack: OK, doughnuts and dental floss. Why don't you just make an announcement, 'I'm sleeping alone tonight.'
Grace: (showing slides) My Bat Mitzvah. Today I am a woman. (singing) 'Barchu et adonai-I'm gonna die aloonnne!'
Karen: Hi honey, whatcha doing?
Grace: Just reading some old letters Nathan wrote me. Listen to this one. It's beautiful. We… we need milk (Sobs) I mean, how sweet is it to remind me to get milk?
Karen: Well, I never understood the mating rituals of the poor. But, it sounds nice.
Grace: It should have worked out, Karen.
Karen: Oh, shoulda, woulda, Prada, honey!
Grace: Look, I'm sorry I'm not as strong as you all are. I wish that I were, but I'm not. Will, your lover of seven years left you, and you have to live every day knowing that he's out there loving someone else. I couldn't do that. I would die. And, Karen, your husband's in prison, the rock of your life, and you don't know when you're gonna see him again. If I were you, I'd be a total wreck. And, Jack... You're so resilient. You're a 32-year-old actor-singer who gets involved in a million different relationships and never gets invested in any of them. I wish that I could do that, but I can't. I'm not like any of you. I just handle things differently, so, please, just let me go back to bed and deal with things the only way that I know how.
Karen: Hi, girls. How's Grace?
Karen: How bad?
Will: Mariah Carey in Glitter.
Will: You know, whenever she hits a real low point, she breaks out the slide projector and spends a few days trying to figure out "where it all went wrong."
Jack: I'd say it was the day she became a gay man and fell in love with you.
Grace: You know, if you listen to pigeons long enough, they start to sound like they're saying 'loser'. (cooing) Looossserrr.
Grace: Aah! Oh, guys, I don't like this!
Karen: You think I like it? I'm in a shower with three other people and it's not even the seventies!
Grace: This is me with my little dog tokey. He got run over by a car. Lucky bastard.
Grace: (looking at slides) And this is me as a little girl. Look at that big goofy smile. (yells) Stupid idiot, open your eyes! No one's ever gonna love you!
This was the first episode filmed after 9/11.
Jack does an imitation of George Jefferson from the 70's sitcom The Jeffersons.
The dance that Jack and Karen are doing and the music to which they are doing it are parodies of the Bob Fosse dance from the film Sweet Charity done by the background dancers when Charity goes to the after hours club.
Episode title: Bed, Bath & Beyond
Bed Bath & Beyond is a chain of large stores that sells bedroom furniture, linens, various bathroom ecoutrements and the like.
Will: Are you with me? Ok, let's go! Yeah!
Will shouts this and then rushes through the door only to come back immediatly after. This is exactly the same scene that Bluto (John Belushi) played in Animal House.