Will & Grace

Season 7 Episode 22

From Queer To Eternity

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM May 10, 2005 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Continuity Error: In this episode, Karen says that she used plant food to make her breasts grow, however in the episode "Board Games," Karen tells Will that she took horse pills.

    • Jack's acting students, Joanne and Russell, were last seen in the episode "Me & Mr. Jones."

    • After 5 1/2 years, Will quits his job at Doucette & Stein.

    • Goof: When Will's mom puts the first sandwich on a plate you can see her put it on the plate again from a different angle.

    • Legally speaking, an attorney cannot help a client make a will if they are one of the beneficiaries.

  • Quotes

    • Grace: Connie, it's Will. Can you get Will's mom on the phone?

    • Will: That's great. Good for you, sweetie.
      Grace: Thank you.
      Will: I made some changes too.
      Grace: Oh, great.
      Will: I quit my job.
      Grace: Excuse me?
      (Will puts a box full of his office stuff on the desk.)
      Will: I quit my job. I want to do something meaningful with my life. So I quit.

    • Karen: Uh, excuse me. Mr. Dennehy.
      Wendell: I am not Brian Dennehy.
      Karen: Oh... Right, and I'm not Betty Boop.

    • Grace: I don't want some stranger peeing with my kidney!

    • Jack: What?! This Wendell is teaching the McFarland Method? He's stealing from me! This is identity theft, the most heinous of crimes!
      Salesman: (Brings Jack clothing) Here are your sweaters, Mr. Truman.
      Jack: Thank you.

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Episode Title: From Queer to Eternity

      This is a clear reference to the 1953 film From Here to Eternity.

    • Jack: He's clinging to it like he's Kirstie Alley and the class is a shred of dignity.
      A quick reference to actress Kirstie Alley after she started in the show that made fun of her own weight and career, Fat Actress.

    • Will: Because you're wearing a ridiculous "I Love Lucy" neck brace.
      This is in reference to the many episodes of I Love Lucy where Lucy gets hurt and ends up in an over-bandaged neckbrace, or arm-sling, or wheelchair, etc.

    • Jack: That's my catch phrase. Well, that and "ma ma se, ma ma sa, ma ma coo sa."
      A quick and funny reference to the Michael Jackson song "Wanna Be Startin' Somethin'."

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