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Marilyn Truman (Character)
from "Will & Grace" (1998)

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  1. "Will & Grace"
        - The Mourning Son (2006) TV episode, Played by Blythe Danner
        - Blanket Apology (2006) TV episode, Played by Blythe Danner
        - A Little Christmas Queer (2005) TV episode, Played by Blythe Danner
        - From Queer to Eternity (2005) TV episode, Played by Blythe Danner
        - Christmas Break (2004) TV episode, Played by Blythe Danner
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From "Will & Grace: Christmas Break (#7.12)" (2004)
[Grace broke Marilyn's Lladro figurine at a party and hid it under her couch]
Marilyn Truman: I have some very sad news, Will. Fiona was cleaning after the party yesterday -
[starts crying]
Marilyn Truman: and she found Ouisan in pieces on the floor. Ouisan is dead, Will. She's dead!
Grace: Ouisan? Well, she sounds like someone who was ready to go anyway.
Marilyn Truman: She was a very rare Lladro figurine. And somebody broke her. Oh, I bet it was that Skippy Faber, the clumsy drunk. Grace, you were talking to her. Was she slurring?
Grace: Uh, a little. But I really couldn't tell 'cause she was...
[raises her arms stiffly]
Grace: stumbling around and waving her arms.
Marilyn Truman: I knew it! I am going to wait until April and pour bleach on her roses.
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