In the pilot episode, Grace dumps her boyfriend, Danny, and moves in with Will for a while, until Danny proposes.

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When Grace receives an unexpected marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Will tries to be supportive of her decision but finally tells her that she's making a mistake, even though he's putting their friendship at risk. The situation is complicated by interference from Grace's socialite assistant, Karen, and Will's outrageous friend, Jack. Written by Anonymous

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21 September 1998 (USA)  »

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Trivia

Jimm Ginnini is credited, but his scene was deleted during editing. He is Grace's builder, who created an over-stuffed chair for her. See more »

Goofs

In the very first episode, when Jack comes to the house to stay over if you look you'll see that the wall next to Will's door is just a wall. It's the end of the hallway, but in subsequent episodes, it's just a partial wall, and there are other apartments behind it. See more »

Quotes

Will Truman: [Knock at Door] Oh, no.
Jack McFarland: Hi, honey, I'm home. Oh, are we entertaining?
[to Rob and Ellen]
Jack McFarland: Welcome!
Will Truman: Jack, I meant to call you, but I...
Jack McFarland: Don't even - !
Grace Adler: Wait, wait. I can stay at Rob and Ellen's tonight.
Jack McFarland: No, you can't, Grace, because, apparently, you matter. How about that?
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References Vertigo (1958) See more »

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A Room Without Windows
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Performed by Sean Hayes
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A Great Start for a Hilarious Show!!!
5 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

This is definitely a great starting point for Will & Grace. This episode is all about how Grace and Danny's relationship turns into a marriage proposal. They get into a fight, and Will tells Grace that she can move in with him for the time being. This complicates things for Jack, who was supposed to move in with Will before all of this happened. Danny ends up proposing to Grace,and she accepts. Will is reluctant to tell her how he really feels about their relationship, but he does and Grace storms out. We later learn that Grace and Danny do not get married, and Will and Grace make up. The last scene is them in a bar full of people as they toast each other as "husband and wife." The writers were not sure what they were going to do with Karen, so she was just there to provide comic relief and she tries to help Grace decide what to do about Danny's proposal. In this episode, Jack was hilarious, but he had not reached his full potential yet. For a pilot, this was a really great episode that I enjoyed watching.


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