Will & Grace

Season 2 Episode 12

He's Come Undone

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Feb 08, 2000 on NBC
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He's Come Undone
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Erotic dreams about Grace send Will to a therapist, who seems more interested in Grace. Meanwhile Jack and Karen clash over her treatment of Rosario.

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  • TRIVIA (2)

  • QUOTES (5)

    • Will: You have a way of taking every situation and making it about you.
      Grace: I don't do that!
      Will: Oh, really? Item: last month I had bronchitis, we wound up in the emergency room because you thought you were allergic to eucalyptus!
      Grace: My feet were swollen to the size of canoes!
      Will: Then stop trying to squeeze into a size six! Item: you make my cereal your cereal.
      Grace: I have low blood sugar!
      Will: Try food shopping! Item: you're dating my shrink!

    • Grace: (Softly) Will? Will? (Screams) WILL! I'm sorry, did I wake you?
      Will: It's okay, I had to be up anyway. Some lunatic is in my doorway screaming 'Will'.

    • Rosario: I didn't sign on to work for a decent human being, I signed on to work for Miss Karen.

    • Rosario: Lady, you better sleep with one eye open!
      Karen: Honey I haven't slept since 1972, but thank you!

    • Karen: Jack, let me paint you a little picture of life here at chez Walker. You may want to sit down for this. Nobody matters but me. Good night.

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  • ALLUSIONS (3)

    • Will: I never thought I would like therapy, you know? 'Cause, I don't know, I've always hated Dr. Laura.

      This is an allusion to Dr. Laura Schlessinger, a controversial talk show host who views homosexuality as a biological error.

    • Will: Oh, come on, Frances...

      This is a quick and funny shot at actress gone insane Frances Farmer.

    • Will: Papa, can you hear me?
      A quick reference to the musical Yentl.

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