Will gets upset when his new boyfriend refuses to recognize him as his boyfriend when they're in public and introduces him as his brother. Grace tells him he should dump him but Will finds ... See full summary »

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Will gets upset when his new boyfriend refuses to recognize him as his boyfriend when they're in public and introduces him as his brother. Grace tells him he should dump him but Will finds it difficult to do that. And Karen discovers that Stan is giving a portion of his estate to charity in his will. Written by rcs0411@yahoo.com

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8 February 2001 (USA)  »

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This episode ends the short relationship between Matt and Will, as the writing staff noted that Will having a boyfriend interested in sports would die out quickly. So in turn, Mutchnick and Kohan killed it off quickly. See more »

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When Karen reads Stan's will and sees that a third of his money will go to charity, she goes woozy in her chair. In this shot the table is free from loose jewels, yet in the next shot two rings are sitting on the table. See more »

Quotes

Jack McFarland: I don't understand this. I mean, what's going on right now? What exactly are we watching?
Will Truman: This would be called a basketball game.
Jack McFarland: Uh huh, uh huh. And where is this all taking place?
Will Truman: That's Madison Square Garden.
Jack McFarland: That's a sports auditorium now?
Will Truman: It's the world's most famous sports arena. But I can see how that fact may have eluded you, given that your entire knowledge of sports consists of giggling every time you hear the word "balls".
Jack McFarland: Hee hee, hee hee. Gets me every time.
Jack McFarland: [later, Grace comes in] ...
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References Sex and the City (1998) See more »

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