Will & Grace

Season 8 Episode 10

Von Trapped

Aired Monday 9:30 PM Jan 05, 2006 on NBC
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Von Trapped
The "Sound of Music Sing-Along" has come to town and no one is more excited than Grace. She plans for her and Will to attend the musical in character-like style by dressing up in costumes. Meanwhile, Karen and Jack try to flee when she gets in trouble with the theater's manager, who blocks off the exits, trapping everyone inside and forcing them to plot their escape.moreless

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  • Climb Every Mountain

    One of the best episode of the final season of "Will and Grance," talke place at a movie theatre where they're showing "The Sound of Music Sing-Along." Karen threw a wiskey bottle from a balcomy and the trouble begins. Grace shows up dressed as Julie Andrews, and the kids see her as their nanny. Some of the best moments in the episode came from the stuff in "The Sound of Music." Grace tries to sing, that scres away the kids and got her into trouble. That episode is very funny. I only wish that this episode of "Will Grace:Von Trapped" were nominated Best Writing in a Comedy. I wish was an Emmy voter, so I can vote for that episode.moreless
  • One of the best parodies i have seen for the sound of music in a long time.

    One of the best parodies i have seen for the sound of music in a long time. it held the qualities of the film with out taking it to much over the top. i would have been really disappointed if they had gone over the top because it would have ruined the series.

    excellent performances from all the cast members. its about time too that will is meeting a new man. he seemed to be gettin real lonely.

    grace has awful singing but its apure classic to see every time especially in this when she tries to explain what the sound of music is to the children by \"lets start at the very beginning\".

    jack and karen as useral had outstanding laughs and excellent performances. i loved the bit where she threw her whisky (hip) flask over the balcony and the ushers spend the rest of the time looking for her.

    those who have not seen the sound of music would have not really understood this episode but its a definate must see.moreless
  • Um, best episode ever?

    This is why i love this series! Nobody can base an entire episode around something like The Sound Of Music and make it this good, it was just fantastic, plus, it had character development, what else could you ask for? Not much. Everything was good, from the storyline to the joke. Nothing beats the Sound Of Music refrences, especially when they are in nearly every joke. A big round of applause is needed for the writers of this episode. This is the best episode of this final season, if not the best episode in the series' entire run. Goodjob guys.moreless
  • The gang goes to a movie showing of The sound Of Music where the audience gets to dress up as the characters in the movie. The fun begins when Grace starts to "become" Maria Von Trapp, Jack & Karen get into their usual shenanigans, and Will meets a guy...moreless

    I thoroughly enjoyed this episode. I laughed all through out it. It reminded me of the early days of the show and why I continue to watch even though I hven't been crazy about the show of late.

    It's ironic to me that this last season the show seems to have gone back to it's beginning. But this was a hilarious episode nonetheless.
  • Parody of the Sound of Music.

    I loved this episode, I was literally on the floor in tears! Anyone who has seen the Sound of Music can appreciate the clever wit inscribed in this episode.

    My only question: Where did the children's parents go?! HAHA.

    BTW...Grace's voice truly isn't that bad. It's just a little high, lol.
Debra Messing

Debra Messing

Grace Adler

Eric McCormack

Eric McCormack

Will Truman

Megan Mullally

Megan Mullally

Karen Walker

Sean Hayes

Sean Hayes

Jack McFarland

Shelley Morrison

Shelley Morrison

Rosario Salazar (Season 3 - 7 Recurring)

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