When they appear on their favorite TV show, Antiques on the Road, Grace can't wait to dress down the guests who are ever hopeful that their tchotchkes are worth a fortune, while Jack just wants to undress the show's attractive appraiser, Porcelain Paul. But then it's all business when they realize that their junky, thrift-store teapot is actually valued at $30,000. Meanwhile, Will's new boss makes the reluctant lawyer kiss up to Karen in hopes of landing her hubby as a client. Written by
Did You Know?
This is the first episode where Karen uses her alias, Anastasia Beaverhausen. See more
The antiques expert 'Porcelain Paul' advises Grace and Jack to "act natural". A real Englishman would say "act naturally". See more
[Grace's teapot is worth $30,000 and Jack has stolen it; she stops a security guard
Excuse me! Have you seen a gay man run through here with a tea pot real excited?... What am I saying? It's like asking if you've seen a loser at a renaissance faire.
[guards move a trunk that Jack is under; he looks up at Grace
Can you see me?
Yes, Tommy. I can see you.
References Tea and Sympathy