Will and Jack hit the health club to pump iron, not to mention meet and greet. The fitness center is popular as more than a place to get in shape. It's also a social scene.
Although Jack is the visitor in this case, he winds up feeling more at home than longtime patron Will. Jack is free with his identity-- perhaps too free for his buddy's liking.
Will bristles at Jack's flamboyant habits. Jack, in turn, is shocked that Will doesn't accept him for who he is-- and that Truman is still not entirely comfortable about himself. The battle over different styles of self-expression may wreck their friendship altogether.
Will struggles to resolve the issue and win back his old pal. Meanwhile, a similar clash of personalities unfolds as Grace tries to help Karen shore up her ailing marriage.
A friend in need is a friend indeed. And it doesn't hurt if they look good in gym shorts.