Will & Grace (1998–2017)
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Last Ex to Brooklyn 

Grace and Leo are having a dinner party to which Grace invites Will, Jack and Karen. And Leo's just bumped into his ex, Diane, and invited her too. Grace assures Will, Jack and Karen, that ... See full summary »

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Grace and Leo are having a dinner party to which Grace invites Will, Jack and Karen. And Leo's just bumped into his ex, Diane, and invited her too. Grace assures Will, Jack and Karen, that there is no drama forthcoming. None whatsoever. Absolutely not. Unless it turns out that Diane is a secret from someone's past. Written by Toni Tapola, Finland

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As Leo speaks with Diane (he's on the sofa; she's in a chair) she refills her wine glass until it is nearly full. In the next shot Diane takes the last sip of wine from her glass, and the following shot shows her glass nearly full again. See more »

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Karen Walker: Honey, we got you a dog.
Leo Markus: A dog?
Karen Walker: Yeh.
Leo Markus: I've always wanted a dog.
Leo Markus: And I still do. This looks like something a dog coughed up.
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References Last Exit to Brooklyn (1989) See more »

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Will & Grace Theme
Composed by Jonathan Wolff
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Probably the best episode in my opinion
5 June 2006 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

In this episode, Mira Sorvino plays Leo's ex who comes to a dinner party at Grace and Leo's apartment in Brooklyn. As if that isn't awkward enough, it turns out that she is the infamous Diane from Will's past. Diane was originally mentioned in a dramatic scene in the 3rd season episode "Low's in the Mid-Eighties".

The writing in this episode was brilliant and the jokes kept coming. All 6 characters (7 if you count "Chompers - The Earl of Puppydom") had great lines. I don't think I have seen another episode as consistent as this one. I had never seen Mira Sorvino before and after this episode I really liked her. This episode is an example of one of those rare times when everything just seems to come together, the script, the actors, the delivery, everything!


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