Will finds a "substitute Grace" in Val, a new neighbor who is available for plans with Will while Grace is consumed with work. As Will and Val continue to spend more time together, Grace fears that she has been replaced and fights with Val to regain Will's attention. Meanwhile, Jack seeks support from Karen after the court finds him guilty of slapping a meter maid and sentences him to pick up trash. Written by
Did You Know?
Will says, "You Zsa-Zsaed a meter maid." This is a reference to the 1989 incident where Zsa Zsa Gabor slapped a police officer trying to give her a ticket. See more
When Karen is sitting at her desk, she says "Get out, already," and she has one bottle of nail varnish in her hand, and there are bottles on the desk in front of her. In the next shot she holds about four bottles in her hand, and now the bottles on the desk in front of her are differently positioned. See more
[On seeing Jack in an orange jump suit and carrying a garbage bag
And they say Tinky Winky was the only gay Teletubby.
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