Will & Grace

Season 6 Episode 19

No Sex 'N' The City

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Aired Monday 9:30 PM Mar 25, 2004 on NBC
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Tip-toeing through his budding relationship, an apprehensive Will makes the mistake of taking Grace's advice on love, playing hard-to-get with his new pseudo-boyfriend. However, when his game playing causes a rift in this budding romance, Will is left questioning Grace's wisdom in matters of the heart. Meanwhile, a distraught Jack and Karen bravely attempt to soldier on after learning their favorite television shows will be going off the air forcing them to say goodbye to their six favorite Friends and a psychiatrist named Frasier Crane.moreless

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    • TRIVIA (4)

      • Sharon Osbourne got her role by bidding on it at a charity auction for the Trevor Project in December, 2003.

      • This episode spoofs the ending of Frasier, Friends and Sex and the City.

      • The song playing at the club is "Baby Boy" by Beyoncé featuring Sean Paul.

      • When Will and Vince are in the coffee shop near the middle of the episode, Will's inner monologue says that he's 40. However, in the episode 'Lows in the Mid-Eighties' we learn that Will comes out in 1985 at age 18, this would mean that Will is 37 in 2004.

    • QUOTES (10)

      • Grace: Why do you do that, Jack? Will's your friend, why do you like to see him in pain?
        Jack: Remember that time his date went so bad he came home and started writing a play?
        Grace: You mean 'If Gay Means Happy, Why Am I So Sad?' (Both start laughing)

      • Grace: Who are you calling?
        Will
        : Vince.  Even though I'm going to see him in the morning for coffee I thought it might be nice to leave him a message telling how much I like him and how I can't wait to see him again.  It's what I do after a first date...it's kinda my thang.
        Grace: Yeah, you know what else is your thang?  Not having a second date, put the phone down.

      • Bebe: (to Jack & Karen) Well, it's always nice to meet fans. Especially in a public place with lots of witnesses and clearly marked exits.

      • Jack: Is Will back from his date with that cop guy?
        Grace: No, still out.
        Jack: He is? I figured by now he'd be curled up in his bed crying himself into a Snickers bar.

      • Bebe: So don't you worry about Lillith.
        Karen: You mean BeBe.
        Bebe: No, I mean Lillith, I wanna play that bitch forever!

      • (Jack and Karen are sitting on the couch watching TV)
        Jack:  Ugh, the stock dumb character.  When are they going to stop insulting our intelligence with these morons?
        Karen: (sighs) Jackie, you accidentally turned it off. You're looking at your reflection.

      • Nonny: Men are such bitches! Why do I work here?

      • Will: Before I do that, is there any chance that your advice could be wrong?
        Grace: Chance? Of course. Good chance. Just look at my love life before I met Leo. Look at my love life after I met Leo. Really, when I you give advice, I'm just talking out of my ass.

      • Nonny:  Hey, he's a nice guy. Why are you being such an ass to him?
        Will:  I'm not being an ass to him, ok?  I'm playing it cool.  Guys like that.
        Nonny:  Really? Then why is he dancing with that guy that looks like Gwyneth Paltrow?

      • Jack: I'll meet you at Central Perk in an hour.
        Karen: Jack, that place is ficticious.
        Jack: Ok, two hours.

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    • ALLUSIONS (2)

      • Vince: People never believe I'm a cop. They're always asking me where the Indian and the construction worker is.

        This is a reference to the '70's disco band The Village People. which consisted of an Indian chief, a construction worker, a military guy, a police officer, a biker dressed in leather and a cowboy.

      • Episode Title: No Sex 'N' The City

        This is an obvious reference to the recently departed HBO comedy Sex and the City.

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