Will & Grace

Season 3 Episode 7

Gypsies, Tramps & Weed

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Nov 16, 2000 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Continuity Goof: In the season 1 episode "The Truth About Will and Dogs", Will says to Grace that he never saw himself as a dog person when she is trying to persuade him to get a dog. However, in this episode he talks about how he had a dog when he was little and how much he loved the dog.

    • Jack's Cher doll is a $60,000 prototype of a doll that Mattel sold for a short time in 2001. Co-producer/Creator Max Mutchnick currently owns the doll that was featured in the show.

    • The gentleman buying ottomans is Will & Grace set decorator Doug Devine.

    • Robert Romanus, who plays Lenny in this episode, is the real-life husband of W&G writer and executive producer Kari Lizer, who has an uncredited recurring role as Will's secretary Connie.

    • The man sitting against the wall at Cher's table is Kevyn Aucoin, one of the most talented and famous make-up artists of all time. He passed away in 2002.

    • Goof: While Karen and Grace are having a conversation in the office, notice that the pillow that is visible between them moves between shots.

    • The first shot of the last scene has the Cher doll seated on a booster seat in the restaurant. The seat is upsidedown and facing forward. The rest of the scene has the booster seat mysteriously turned backwards.

  • Quotes

    • Grace: Karen, remember last week when you got that UPS guy fired because you thought brown was over?
      (Karen smiles and nods.)
      Grace: Did you.....feel anything afterwards?
      Karen: Yeah, for a few minutes, but like every high it eventually wore off.

    • Will: Why would I possibly want to discuss my future with Psychic Sue?
      Grace: Will, she is so amazing! I just went to her a couple of days ago and she knew everything about me. She knew that I didn't get along with my mother, she knew I had relationship problems and she knew my best friend was gay.
      Will: You just described all of the single women in New York.

    • Jack (to waiter): Please stop staring. Yes it's Cher.
      Will: OK that's it...nothing for us. This Cher thing is out of control. We're going.
      Jack: What's the problem?
      Will: You made us wait for an hour for a table for four!
      Grace: In the back...so she wouldn't be gawked at.
      Will: OK? Buh-bye!
      Grace (As she and Will are walking away): Freak.
      Jack:You're the freaks!
      (Cher comes up behind him)
      Cher: You know dude, it is a little weird that you're talking to a doll.
      Jack: Um...I don't think I need a drag queen to define normal behavior, but I will say this--the look is flawless.
      Cher: Whatever.
      Jack: Oooh working the attitude...OK you're good.
      Cher: I've had a lot of practice.
      Jack: Hey, hey, hey, you're not that great mister sister...alright? I do a better Cher then you.
      Cher: You think so?
      Jack: Actually it's you think so-HO.
      Cher: Are you kidding me with this?
      Jack: OK, the hand is perfect but it's more like, are you kidding me with this--HO.
      Cher: Get a life.
      (She beings to walk away but then comes back to Jack)
      Cher (singing): If I could turn back time.
      (Jack rolls his eyes)
      Jack: OK, (singing)If I could turn back tow-oome..tow-oome..tow-oome.
      (Cher slaps him)
      Cher: Snap out of it.
      (She walks away and Jack faints)

    • Jack: (talking to his new Cher doll) What's that Cher? Yeah, when they're not talking about me I get bored, too.

    • Will: I am not having sex with you! Jack(shocked) What? Will: I am never having sex with you, we are never gonna have sex. Sex--with you--no! Jack: Oh, you poor thing. That wasn't sex. All right, how can I explain this? Okay, when two men are in love and committed and greased up like pigs at a county fair... Will: No. No, Psychic Sue said I'm gonna spend my life with a man named Jack. Jack: Jack who? Will: Jack you. Jack: Jack me? Will: No thanks!

    • Jack: Well, I'm gonna--I'm, I'm gonna have to have my own place.
      Will: And sex is out of the question. I don't even like seeing your head poke through your sweater.
      Jack: And just so you know, I'm gonna need boyfriends. And since my career comes first you may have to support me.
      Will: Right. And what about Grace?
      Jack: Oh, you get custody of that.
      Will: So let's see--no sex, our own boyfriends, I support you, you live across the hall, Grace is my roommate.
      Jack: Wow. That would be weird, wouldn't it?

    • Karen: I just wanted to thank you for inviting me. I know that we've had our differences in the past, but when you get right down to it... Oh, look, better people.

    • Sue: It's somebody you already know.
      Will: Johnny Depp. Is it Johnny Depp?
      Sue: Do you know him?
      Will: No.
      Sue: Does he know you?
      Will: No.
      Sue: Can I finish?

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Cher: (After slapping Jack) Snap out of it.

      This is a reference to the slap and line Cher's character gave Nicolas Cage in the 1987 film Moonstruck, for which she won Best Actress in a Leading Role.

    • Title: Gypsies, Tramps and Weed
      Since the episode does feature Cher, the title of this episode is a play on the title of her song and album "Gypsys, Tramps & Thieves."

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