Rosario Salazar (Season 3 - 7 Recurring)
The name of the Yacht is "All You Can Eat"
Goof: When Grace barges in on Will and Jack with the letter from Dr. Morty, she flips it over and you can see it's a blank piece of stationary with no words.
The music playing when Karen and Rosario are riding the jet ski is the theme from Charlie's Angels.
In Season five's "Homojo", Will has cut dairy out of his diet and doesn't eat the cheese that Grace brought over, but in this episode he talks about discovering a new cheese, and makes a cheese plate for Jack. So he's eating cheese again now.
Jack: You should've seen this coming, Grace.
Grace: What's that supposed to mean?
Jack: It's karma, dear. It's what you get for marrying above your station. Marrying Leo, who if I may compare both of you to cuts of meat, is a grade-A slab of prime rib, while you, you're just a plain looking girl. You have spat in God's eye, and now must be punished! Oh, stress wrinkle. (Grace attacks Jack)
Will: Grace! (Pulls her off Jack) Calm down! What are you going to do, fly down to Guatemala and make a scene like some crazy Guatemalan... scene maker?
Leo: Grace, Doctors Without Borders is there to prevent an entire population from being annihilated by infectious diseases.
Grace: Yeah, for, like, 20 minutes a day. Then it's "doctors without bottoms."
Jack: I think Will has feelings for me.
Karen: Well, of course he has feelings for you, honey. I mean, look at his love life. The only man he's had in the last 16 years is Grace.
Jack: (about Will) Ugh! When I woke up and saw that olive skin and that furry body, I thought, "Please, God, let it be a giant furry olive."
Grace: (about Dr. Morty) Do you believe her? I just wish I knew some voodoo so I could cast a spell on her and turn her into a ferret.
Will: Yeah, that's pretty much your only option.
Jack:(to Will, about possibly having slept together) Look, if something happened, you would've remembered, because it's so rare for you.
Will: Right. And if something had happened, you would've left and my wallet would be missing.
Grace: (to Will & Jack) You would not believe what I just found in Leo's bag. A love letter from that bitch, Dr. Morty. When I think of how I almost didn't read it because I was respecting his privacy, it makes me so glad I'm never honest!
Will: Ok, look, remember on the boat when you came into the room and Jack and I were...in bed?
Will: Without any clothes on, after a night of drinking?
(Grace looks at Will blankly)
Will: And we're gay..?
Grace: (gasps) Oh, my God!!
Will: Grace, do you work? Or do you just spend the day practicing your reactions?
Will: That's your bed! This is my bed!
Jack: If this was your bed, it would already be made.
Will: If this was your bed, it would be shaped like a race car, and you'd be clutching your woowie.
Karen: You know, out there in that icy water I stared death in the face. And let me tell you, it wasn't pretty. (Karen turns and sees Rosario looking at her.) Ah! There it is again!
Karen (talking very quickly): ...Oh, by the way, every room in the boat is under video surveillance. I took a look at the tape and nothing happened between you guys, just the occasional gas and some soft weeping. Whew, there's a lot of caffeine in a Red Bull!
Jack: (to Grace) Yeah, when we get down you can tell us the nudes... dudes... Man-on-man action!
Karen: I saved her life
Will: Karen, standing over the bathtub with a toaster and NOT dropping it in, is not saving her life.
(After Jack and Will wake up)
Jack: Well, this is just great! When we get back to St. Bart's I am buying myself an EPT, and so help me if that stick is blue...I am not going through this alone! Not again!
Jack: Yeah, I'll be happier when we get back home to dry hump… dry land!… Hump Will!
Upon its original airing, this was a 40-minute "super size" episode that began at 8:46 p.m. E.S.T. Some scenes are cut in the syndicated version of the episode.
Ratings: 13.5/20, 20.3 million viewers. Ranked #6 for the week.
Jack said that he tried make a move on Leo, played by Harry Connick, Jr., and all he got was a wink and a smile.
"A Wink and a Smile" is a song that Connick contributed to the Sleepless in Seattle soundtrack.
Title: Dames At Sea
This is in reference to the musical of the same name that opened in 1966, starring then newcomer Bernadette Peters.
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