Will & Grace: Season 8, Episode 13

Cop to It (26 Jan. 2006)

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Will and Grace run into Will's ex-boyfriend Vince while at dinner with Rob and Ellen. Meanwhile, Jack and Karen travel to Ohio to help a "Jack Talk" fan come out.



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Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Josh (as Zach Bostrom)


Grace and Will are having dinner with Rob and Ellen in a fancy restaurant. Rob and Ellen have big news: they're separating. There they meet Vince, who works there as a waiter. Will thinks it is sad that Vince works as a waiter, but what Will doesn't know is that Vince works as an undercover cop there. Jack and Karen go to a bowling center to meet Tommy, a guy who wrote Jack that he liked his show and that he hasn't had yet the guts to come out as gay. There, some women want Karen to play in their team. Written by Anonymous

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Cannavalle as a good actor.
6 August 2006 | by (San Francisco) – See all my reviews

Another hunky, hairy straight guy playing a gay guy. Is it a risk to their career anymore, or not? Apparently not in this case. As a gay, I consider this a good thing. I liked him in The Bone Collector, but does he always have to play the dumb big guy with the Brooklyn accent? I am sure that he is a much better actor than that. It is also superfluous to have to write ten lines for these damn "guidelines". So I thought that I would talk about what I ate today: a crab/tuna salad sandwich; orange cream yogurt with a banana and raspberries. I also emailed my sister in Atlanta and sister-in-law in Arizona with my thoughts on wet dreams and the Mideast crisis. ah! ten lines, finally!

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