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Will & Grace (season 6)

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Will & Grace (1998-2006, 2017-) is a popular U.S. TV series. The main characters are: Will Truman, a gay attorney; his best friend, Grace Adler, a straight Jewish woman who runs her own interior design firm; Karen Walker, a very rich, alcoholic socialite; and Jack McFarland, an effeminate gay struggling actor. The show takes place in New York City.

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Season 6Edit

Dames at Sea [6.01]Edit

Jack: Well, this is just great. When we get to Saint Bart's I am buying myself an EPT, and if that stick is blue I am not going through this alone! Not again!

[Grace finds a steamy letter that Leo's colleague wrote him; Will and Jack are trying to calm her down]
Will: You're keyed up over nothing. It's just a letter.
Jack: [nods] It's just a letter. He's not going to respond to that. I myself have written him several letters, all unspeakably filthy, and all I got was a wink and a smile.

Last Ex to Brooklyn [6.02]Edit

Karen: I like you. Wanna make out?
Diane: I like you too. Let's see where the evening goes.

Leo: So, you and Will...
Diane: Yep, me and Will...
Leo: And, uh, me and you...
Diane: Yep, me and you...and maybe later me and Karen!

Home Court Disadvantage [6.03]Edit

Karen: Beverley Leslie, with your pants so tight, won't you be my partner tonight?
Beverley Leslie: Ooh, I would be honored.
Leo: You think we can take 'em?
Grace: Please. Between the two of us, we've got eight feet on them.

Karen: I hate Leo. Yeah.
Grace: What?
Karen: Yep. Hate him, hate him, hate him, hate him. He's dull, he's ugly and he don't make me laugh.
Grace: And you're telling me this now?
Karen: Well, honey, I would have said something before, but that just would have been hurtful!

Me and Mr. Jones [6.04]Edit

James Earl Jones: Like I need this crap at my age. I've got Darth Vader money!

James Earl Jones: I haven't taken an acting class since Lee Strasberg. I sat on a bench between Marlon Brando and Shelley Winters.
Karen: Honey, no offense, but how did that bench not break?
James Earl Jones: Who said it didn't?

A-Story, Bee-Story [6.05]Edit

[After a gay spelling bee.]
Jack: The other guy couldn't get "erect"...I, however, could.

Jack: Got anything written on your freakishly tinier boob?
Karen: It's only smaller when its scared.

Heart Like a Wheelchair [6.06]Edit

Karen: Oh, how sweet, a gay man living with his mother...would you like me to pre-heat the oven or do you want to just jump right in?

Maralyn: Oh, hello, Karen. You know, I took your advice about overcoming pain with visualization, I'm going to throw these painkillers away.
Karen: Oh, I'll throw them away for you, yep, right in the ol' trashcan. (tossing the pills down her her throat)

Nice in White Satin [6.07]Edit

Will: Hey, Nurse Sheila, right? You were once my nurse at the sperm clinic.
Nurse Sheila: I'm not so good with faces. Drop your pants and I'll see if it rings a bell.

Dr. Hirschberg: [about Nurse Sheila] If she weren't my sister, I'd be tappin' that ass big time!

Swimming from Cambodia [6.08]Edit

Jack: If Michelle Pfeiffer in Dangerous Minds has taught us anything, it's that it's so much easier to learn from attractive people.

Karen: What's better than a nice, hot cup of cocoa after riding your maid in the snow?

Strangers with Candice [6.09]Edit

Jack: Karen, isn't that Candice Bergen, your archenemy slash best friend?
Karen: Oh my God! This is a nightmare slash delightful!

Karen: A gay man breaking into the ranks of nursing? Why, that's like a butch girl playing softball - you just don't see it every day!

Fanilow [6.10]Edit

Cheryl: Are you a Fanilow, too?
Grace: No, dear. I'm a doctor's wife.

Karen: This is Jackie, he's a 'Fagilow.'

The Accidental Tsuris [6.11]Edit

Karen: I was only shtupping you to shtick it to her!
Lyle Finster: But I don't undershtand!

[Karen is on the phone with Rosario]
Karen: Rosie, I'm glad you're home. You got a minute? I'm a little down. You see, the guy I'm in love with, it turns out that he don't love me no mo'. But you know what? I'm not going to give up! No, I'm not! Because when you meet someone that you feel a deep connection with, you must do everything in your power to - Ohhh, the bitch hung up on me!

A Gay/December Romance [6.12]Edit

[Grace ducks under the table to pick up the bowl of noodles she dropped.]
Karen: Grace, please! A girl'll do anythin' to get a peek at my pie!

[Will's wealthy, much older "friend" has just bought him a horse]
Grace: Oh my God, you've got a sugar daddy!
Jack: This is so unfair! I'd do a sugar daddy for a horse. Hell, I'd do a horse for a sugar daddy!

Ice Cream Balls [6.13]Edit

Jack: Hey, I just got your message. You needed to see my ass and pee?
Will: I needed to see you A.S.A.P.

Stuart: [to Will, about Jack] I want you to set us up. I want him to be the lord of my ring.

Looking for Mr. Good Enough [6.14]Edit

Jack: A woman on the elevator said we were a cute couple!
Stuart: Well, it was more like, "Stop making out or the fires of Hell will consume you."
Jack: It's just an expression, like, "We don't want your kind in our neighborhood," or "There he is - get him!"

[Will is the only single person in a couples cooking class]
Ann: Add four cups of cooking oil. Will, for you, that's two. Now, add two cups of chicken stock. Will, for you, that's one. Add a tablespoon of salt. Will, for you...
Will: [exasperated] Let me guess, half?
Ann: No, go ahead and use the whole thing. You're alone - you might as well bloat.

Flip-Flop Part 1 [6.15]Edit

Stuart: I'm impressed that you're working with patients already.
Jack: Thanks. Although, as a student nurse, I can't technically touch them, treat them or care for them. But I can look kindly at them and be thankful I'm not them.
Stuart: And that's the best medicine of all.

Karen: These muffins are specially designed to keep you regular. There are two things I will not tolerate in this house: racism and constipation!
Rosario: Yeah, you're the Rosa Parks of pooping.

Flip-Flop Part 2 [6.16]Edit

Karen: [of Lorraine] I've been like a mother to that girl. I've locked her in her room, I've told her she was fat, and the other day I left her in a store!

[Will and Grace have kept Jack from moving in with Stuart so they can sell their house at a huge profit]
Grace: I knew the minute you said that to Jack, you were doing the wrong thing, but I was helpless to stop you.
Will: You hopped on board. You made the final sale.
Grace: You hypnotized me with your Svengali-like powers.
Will: And yet I can't get you to stop biting your toenails.
Grace: How else do you get them shorter?

East Side Story [6.17]Edit

Eden: You're such a good kisser! You kiss like a girl!
Will: I throw like one, too.

Karen: I was downstairs making a ham sandwich, and I heard Stan's voice!
Jack: Oh my God! Did you put mayo on it?
Karen: Honey, Stan spoke to me!
Jack: Well, you know, it makes sense. In Native American mythology, the refrigerator is the medium for dead fat people.

Courting Disaster [6.18]Edit

Jack: Hey, wanna be my second choice for the movies? We can go to a family film and look for gay subtext.

Jack: That's it - I'm done with men! I'm into women now. C'mon, let's make hot, hetero love to each other. Take off your breasts and turn around.
Grace: Oh, if only that was the first time a guy had said that to me.

No Sex 'N' the City [6.19]Edit

Karen: We need a new show...Something that combines the gay sensibility of Sex in the City with the gay sensibility of Frasier and the gay sensibility of Friends.

Vince: Look, I'm a romantic. Call me old-fashioned, but I believe that when a guy takes another guy out, he should treat him like a lady.

Fred Astaire and Ginger Chicken [6.20]Edit

Karen: So has Grace met your new fella?
Will: Not yet.
Karen: Then how do you know if you like him?

Karen: Every healthy relationship between a gay man and a straight woman has a "sell by" date.

I Never Cheered For My Father [6.21]Edit

[Tina thinks George is cheating on her]
Tina: [to Will] Will you talk to him, find out if it's true? Please, I have no one else to go to. I'd go to my girlfriends, but I've slept with all their husbands.

Karen: So, Elliott, queerleading tryouts, huh?
Elliott: Cheerleading.
Karen: Yeah, well, let's see what the kids are calling it when they're stuffing you in your locker on Monday.

Speechless [6.22]Edit

[Will reads his speech to Nurse Sheila]
Will: And never forget, dreams are like feathers: If you have enough, you can fly.
Nurse Sheila: Wow. Maybe I will get back into porn.

Karen: I'll say it again: Fags really are a hoot.

I Do [6.23]Edit

Jack: Karen, I can't believe you're doing this. Eloping to Vegas! It's so romantic - taking your sacred vows in the city of water slides and titty bars.

Karen: Lyle wanted me to walk down the aisle to "Here Comes the Bride". But I told him that, ever since I was a little girl, I dreamed that, at my fourth wedding, I would walk down to aisle to "Sympathy for the Devil" by the Rolling Stones. And he went for it.
Jack: That's great, Kare. But I thought you were saving "Sympathy For the Devil" for your fifth wedding.
Karen: No, that would just be in bad taste. The fifth wedding is traditionally "Smack My Bitch Up" by Prodigy.

Oh, No, You D-int [6.24]Edit

Marion: Oh, Lyle, too bad our father isn't alive to see this!
Lyle: He isn't?
Marion: Oh, damn, I knew there was something I was supposed to tell you!

Jennifer Lopez: Congratulations, Karen and Lyle. And just remember, the secret to a happy marriage is - oh, who am I kidding?