Will can't sleep one night. He tosses and turns, and finally opens his eyes... to see that he is being visited.
But the newcomer isn't a phantom or other figure of imagination. It's a real person, his best friend Grace. Things start to happen-- wink wink, nudge nudge-- and this is very worrisome for the happily gay Will Truman.
And then he wakes up.
What's going on? Is Will beginning to question his orientation? Puzzled, he turns to professional help.
And the door of hope promptly slams in his face, as all the psychiatrist can do is pester him with questions about how to get the interest of Grace for a date.
This isn't helping!...
Meanwhile, Jack tries to stick up for the cleaning lady Rosario, only to find that you can't fight Karen Walker.
Everything goes topsy-turvy and it's a challenge as to how they'll get back to sanity again.
Good sleep and good friends are important in life. So, too, is a lock on your door.