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
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This is the first episode where Karen uses her alias, Anastasia Beaverhausen. See more
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[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
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