Goof: As Grace is talking to Will she is mixing a salad on the dining table but when she shouts 'dinner' and goes into the other room she takes the salad bowl with her. If it was to be served with dinner she should have left it on the table.
During the line where Karen says "And nice ka-tits", closed captioning reads, "And nice ka-hooters".
Goof: Diane's wine glass goes from full to empty and then back to full again while she is sitting on the couch talking to Leo, and then Jack, and then back to Leo again. In the same scene, the wine bottle also briefly disappears from the side table and then reappears in the shot a second later.
Grace: Look what Diane gave to me!
Will: A Hermès Birkin bag? Shut up! I have been on that waiting list for over a year now! (awkward pause) ...for my mother.
Karen: (to Chompers, the dog) Come on, Chompers. Pee-pee, poo-poo.
Jack: Do your doo-dee for Daddy.
Grace: What are you doing?
Karen: What? You told us to take him for a walk.
Grace: Not around my dining room.
Karen: Fine. We'll take him out.
Karen and Jack walk out of the room
Leo: Well, Grace everything smells delicious.
Jack: Woops! You almost made it, Chompers.
Karen: It's as big as he is!
Diane: You're a gorgeous redhead, I'm an adorable blonde. But we know we have something in common...brown hair.
Grace: You've got the Hermès Birkin bag. I love that bag!
Diane: Oh, I love it too.
Leo: Well, lookie-loo. Same taste in bags... same taste in dudes... I promise, I'll stop.
Karen: Oh, waiter, could get me a slice of raw beef and some water?
Will: You still on the Zone diet? It's tough. I stopped after the snacks tried to break out of their containers.
Diane: Well, you did good, Leo. Man, she's pretty. I hope you don't mind me judging you solely on the basis of your looks.
Grace: Oh please, how else are you going to judge someone?
Grace: So you had a fling before me. I had hundreds. It was like a revolving door of loser after loser after loser after-- Wait.
Will: I made these kabobs for Grace once. She totally fell in love with the recipe.
Grace: Liar! How could I fall in love with your kabobs? I've never had them. Diane had your kabobs. But apparently, I wasn't good enough for your kabobs.
Leo: Wait.Why do you care that Diane's had Will's kabobs, but you don't care that she's had mine and I've had hers?
Jack: Silly. Diane is a girl. She doesn't have kabobs. She has a kagina.
Karen: And nice ka-tits.
Karen: (about the dog, Chompers) I'd keep him, but every time I see him he makes me think of Lorraine. She used to sit on the couch and gnaw at her ass too.
Will: (to Grace) Maybe it's just as well you never did take a ride on the Truman train. That could have ruined you for life.
Leo: Train? You had one passenger.
Will: Yes, but at least she got off.
Will: I like to keep track at what I bring to parties too. I mean.. if I had a dollar for every piece of tupperware I brought that went missing... I'd have $13!
Karen: I like you. Wanna make out?
Diane: I like you too. Let's see how the evening goes.
Grace: I'm not mad. And I'll tell you why I'm mad. Because I'm not mad.
Will: You're not making any sense.
Grace: Oh! And all of the sudden, you're the Vice President of "Things That Make Sense"?
Will: Why vice president?
Grace: Because Leo's president. Deal with it.
Grace: (to Will) Oh, I don't know. Maybe I'd feel better if I slept with Diane. That seems to be the cure for everything. (yelling) Dinner!
Diane: (comparing Leo and Will's performances in bed) Will was better.
Leo: What do you mean "Will was better"? He couldn't find a G-spot with Yahoo! Maps.
Jack and Karen: Yahoo-oo!
Grace: Tomorrow night, I have something very special planned for all of us.
Karen and Jack: Yay.
Grace: Leo and I are having a dinner party.
Karen and Jack: Boo.
Grace: Leo's ex-girlfriend is coming.
Karen and Jack: Yay.
Grace: But I'm fine with it. So there's no drama.
Karen and Jack: Boo.
Will: Really? His ex is coming?
Karen and Jack: Ya--
Will: Stop it!
Diane: (to Will) You spun me right 'round, baby. Right 'round, like a record, baby! Right 'round, 'round, 'round!
This episode won the 2004 Eddie Award for Best Edited Half-Hour Series for Television.
Ratings: 11.3/17, 16.8 million viewers. Ranked #10 for the week.
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