Goof: When Jack sits down to eat his dinner that Will kept warm, he doesn't take off the silver foil. However, a second later he starts eating the dinner. You never saw him taking off the silver foil, nor was there time for him to do so.
Goof: Jack puts the letters down on the lower part of his desk before Karen pokes him with a stick, but in the next shot they're on the upper part.
GRACE: Look, there are tons of guys out there. And eventually one is going to fall in love with you. Not because of who you are, but because of what you look like. A guy who sees you primarily as a pretty face and a hot body he wants to screw. You deserve that!
Grace: Karen, I am sorry I took credit for your work. I don't know what else I can do. I apologized. I had flowers delivered. I even sent you those Entenemann's chocolate donuts sprinkled with Xanax.
Karen: Tell Grace, that even though it was the perfect gift, it's too late. Last night I accepted a new position. Then after my date left, I got a call about a new job.
Jack: My boss is on my case. He says I've got to have a more professional relationship with my secretary, or else I have to fire her. He gave me an old tomato.
Will: Old tomato?
Jack: Yeah, when you have to do one thing or the other? You have to eat it or throw it. Old tomato.
Will: Oh, I see. I was confused, 'cause you know, I pronounce it old tomahto.
Karen: (in reference to going back to work for Grace) ...there's no way I could go back there and keep my dignity.
Jack: Well, just do what my mother did when she would come home from the factory and catch me wearing her makeup.
Karen: Honey I can't stare at Grace and scream, 'Why aren't you a real boy?'
Nadine: Hi, you're so much prettier than the picture Will showed me of you at the pie eating contest.
Grace: I've never been in a pie eating contest.
Will: It was Thanksgiving.
Jack: (to Karen) Now let's get down to work. I need you to take these headshots and call all these gay actors and see if any of them would actually play gay.
Grace: Everything is going to be okay.
Will: No it's not. You know the old saying, 'If the hag hates ya, the fag won't date-cha!'
Karen: (Picks up phone) Hello, Jack McFarland's orifice.
Jack: Well I can see I'm not going to get any work done today. (Takes phone from Karen) My orifice is closed.
Will: Oh, look listen, I'm glad you're here um, I'm having a dinner tomorrow night, and it's really important that it goes well...
Jack: Say no more... we won't show up.
Will: Thank you.
Episode Title: Will & Grace & Vince & Nadine
This is a reference to the film, and subsequent television series, Bob & Carol & Ted & Alice.
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