Clark Gregg, who plays Cameron, stars as Richard in the CBS comedy, The New Adventures of Old Christine, which was created by Kari Lizer (crew member and guest star on Will & Grace) and is co-executive produced by Adam Barr (crew member on Will & Grace).
Jason: So, uh, are you guys ready to party?
Karen: Fire it up, Soupy!
Jason: (to Will) You're going down, pops. P.S.: Today's soup is cream of I'll-kick-your-ass.
Will: So what, this was all an act? How evil! How sneaky! How underhanded! My God, you are a lawyer.
Grace: But, Jack, if everybody stopped working for men who broke your heart...the city would shut down.
Grace: (on the phone) This is Grace Adler of Grace Adler Designs. I was in there yesterday, I told you I would be back today, and now you're telling me that you're all out?! Do you know how much business I've given you over the years? How much money I've spent? You idiots never make enough chili!
Jason: But, I'm gonna lose the case, and Mrs. Walker's gonna lose, like, thousands of dollars.
Jason: Millions? Dang, that's a lot-a cheddar, yo.
Jack: (to Grace and Cam) I think you'll both find you have something fascinating in common...me.
Jack: Sorry, no public displays of affection. They don't know I'm gay here.
Cam: I guess that means you haven't spoken or moved.
Karen: All we have to do is show that Stan cheated on me, which the filthy pig did, no hard feelings, may he rot in hell, I love him to pieces, the fat turd.
Will: No, I'm not cool. I'm uptight and moody.
Karen: He's a cutie isn't he? Pretty lips!
Will: He's an infant!
Karen: Hey, for your information, he just won Deborah Harry a huge settlement from the tabloids for saying she showed up at the market with undies on her head! Which she did, I'd show you pictures but I sold them to the tabloids!
Karen: Look, kid, in the last 24 hours, I've thought a lot about this. I've also thought about you plowing Deborah Harry, then me, then back to Deb. And then I thought, Will's my friend, and I'm not gonna let you do anything to hurt his career. So… you're canned, Soup.
Jason: Hey, Mrs. Walker, sorry I'm late. I figured, since I'm a lawyer now, I should probably have a suit. I stopped off at The Men's Wearhouse, but my credit card got declined. So I had to call my mom, but… not to worry. I got the suit, and I'm ready to get medieval on law's ass. Hi.
Jack: Well, I took a little inish and got you a meeting with an associate of mine. And by "associate," I mean friend. And by friend, I mean lover. And by lover, I mean (growls) . . . And by (growl) I mean . . . (rubs his fingers together) wealthy.
This episode was delayed 24 minutes by a Presidential speech.
Upon its original airing, this was a 35-minute "super size" episode that began at 9:34 p.m. E.S.T. Some scenes are cut in the syndicated version of the episode.
Karen: He happens to have won a number of high profile cases.
Will: Like what? Bert v. Ernie?
This is a reference to the long-running children's television show Sesame Street. Bert and Ernie, a comic duo, are some of the best known characters on the show.
Episode Title: May Divorce Be With You
This is an obvious reference to the famous Star Wars saying, "May the force be with you."
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