Will & Grace

Season 6 Episode 3

Home Court Disadvantage

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Oct 09, 2003 on NBC



  • Trivia

  • Quotes

    • Jack: (About Will's mom) Why don't we take her with us?
      Will: Oh, she hates musicals. I took her to see Les Mis last year, and all she said about it was, "Please dear, the poor never sing that much."

    • Karen: I hate Leo.
      Grace: What?
      Karen: Yep. Hate him. Hate, hate, hate him!

    • Marilyn: Oh look, you have my favourite movie, Splendor in the Grass. Hmm, that's careless. They left out the G-R-. Shall I pop it in?
      Will: Ironically, that's the first line in the movie.

    • Jack: You really love ironing, don't you?
      Will: I do love ironing.

    • Will: I can't believe you guys are playing tennis today. It's a beautiful, sunny day, you should be at the movies.
      Grace: I know. I'd love to be inside, but Karen invited me to her country club.
      Leo: Yeah, I'm surprised Karen belongs to a club that lets Jews in.
      Grace: Oh, actually, I may have to sign in as Kelly O'Reilly.

    • Will: Hey. Leo, be honest with me... How do you feel when you see a pillowcase this perfect?
      Leo: I feel excited, and then sad. Wait, scratch "excited."

    • Will: (to the iron) What is it about putting metal to cotton that makes me feel like a man?

    • Will: Hey, mom, you know what we should do?
      Marilyn: Your father was selfish in bed.
      Will: That's right, the vacuum game!
      Jack: Oh, I love the vacuum game. But do they make attachments for girls?
      Will: Not that vacuum game.

    • Beverley: I'll have you know, people at the club actually talk about my serve!
      Karen: They also talk about your he/she quality, but that's not gonna win us the points. Come on!

    • Jack: Hey, my grandmother wears her bra around her waist. Of course, that's where her boobs are.
      Will: Ohh, eww!

  • Notes

  • Allusions

    • Karen: Beverly Leslie, with your shorts so tight, won't you be my partner tonight?

      This is a twisted take on the lyrics from "Rudolph The Red-Nosed Reindeer".