It's Will's birthday and Vince wants to give him the key to his apartment as a gift. Grace thinks it is not a good and a rather cheap idea and convinces him to give Will a wallet instead. ... See full summary »

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It's Will's birthday and Vince wants to give him the key to his apartment as a gift. Grace thinks it is not a good and a rather cheap idea and convinces him to give Will a wallet instead. When Grace then tells Will at his party what Vince original present was, he is surprisingly excited and considers it to be very romantic. Will is of course very disappointed when Vince's present is not a key but a wallet. Grace is not brave enough to tell Will that she was the one who talked Vince out of the idea with the key. Karen is very upset since Will's birthday would also have been Stan's birthday. This leads her to forget to buy a present for Will, which she was supposed to buy in her and Jack's name. Written by Anonymous

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14 October 2004 (USA)  »

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Trivia

This is the first episode where Will and Vince kiss. See more »

Goofs

When Vince gets a radio call from dispatch, he says it's a 1-8-7 denoting a murder (even using a mnemonic to remember, "1-8-7; go to heaven"). 1-8-7 is the California Penal code designation for murder, New York's is 1-2-5. See more »

Quotes

Grace Adler: You have had some lousy birthdays. Remember when we went to see James Taylor, and that drunk roadie peed on you?
Will Truman: Ironically, during "Shower the People".
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Connections

References Moulin Rouge! (2001) See more »

Soundtracks

Arthur's Theme 'Best That You Can Do'
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Music and Lyrics by Carole Bayer Sager, Burt Bacharach, Christopher Cross,
Peter Allen
Performed by Shelley Morrison
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