Will & Grace

Season 6 Episode 23

I Do, Oh, No, You Di-in't

Aired Thursday 9:00 PM Apr 29, 2004 on NBC



  • Trivia

    • Goof: When JLo's backup dancer 'slips' on the shrimp tail, he actually does the trip a couple feet before he even gets to the shrimp, then picks it up and says he slipped.

    • This episode was actually filmed on location in Las Vegas and inside Caesars Palace, as opposed to the 2 Friends episodes which took place at the same location but were filmed at the regular sound stage.

    • Debra Messing (Grace) does not appear in this episode.

  • Quotes

    • Leo: I just got all of this guilt. Don't let the Southern accent throw ya. There's a lotta Jew under here.

    • Karen: Hello, everyone. I'm Karen Finster. God, I hate that name.

    • Lyle: I can't wait to dance the first dance as Mister and Missus Lyle Finster.
      : What?  I ain't chanigin my name! I like my name! Carol...
      Will & Jack: Karen.
      Karen: ...Texas Ranger!
      Will & Jack: Walker.

    • Beverly: (Chuckles) I am so sorry I missed the ceremony. But tell me this, darling, do they still say "'til death do us part" when the bride is a vampire?
      Karen: (Chuckles) Darling, it's all right that you missed it. Probably just as well. There were some children there, and they get frightened when something your isn't covered in Muppet fur.

    • Karen: (To Beverley Leslie) It's the Chicken Dance, not the Chicken McNugget dance!

  • Notes

    • Jeff Greenstein and Jhoni Marchinko wrote the first half of the episode, while Kari Lizer and Sonja Warfield wrote the second.

    • This episode originally aired as a one hour episode, though syndication will usually air them in two half hour episodes. NBC counts this as one episode, as they will with any one hour or "super-sized" episodes.

  • Allusions

    • Karen: (singing) I'm as corny as candy in August...

      Karen sings "I'm In Love With A Wonderful Guy" from South Pacific.

    • Will: The woman's a poet. I tell you, this is one gay man who will no longer be judging Amy. Now go call your wife.
      This is a reference to Judging Amy, a drama starring Amy Brenneman.

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