When Grace moves in with Will, she complains that the guest bathroom is too small and suggests knocking the common wall down to create one big master bathroom, which results in Will having ... See full summary »

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When Grace moves in with Will, she complains that the guest bathroom is too small and suggests knocking the common wall down to create one big master bathroom, which results in Will having to confront his own issues on change and his ability to have a successful relationship. Meanwhile, Jack and Karen bear the brunt of Will and Grace's displaced anger. Written by Anonymous

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5 October 1998 (USA)  »

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As Karen holds Grace's blueprints, the pages are stapled and she is holding them both. In the next shot one of the pages is hanging down loosely. See more »

Quotes

Jack McFarland: Women, you can't live with them, end of sentence.
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References The Miracle Worker (1962) See more »

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Got to Be Real
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Performed by Cheryl Lynn
Written by David Foster / David Paich / Cheryl Lynn
Courtesy of Cheryl Lynn Productions
Published by Cotaba Music, administered by Peermusic, Ltd. (BMI)/Butterfly Gong Music (BMI)
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Amazing Episode!
6 October 2012 | by (United States) – See all my reviews

Will & Grace keeps delivering great episodes time and time again. Grace does not like her bathroom and Will's bathroom is bigger than hers. Grace comes up with the idea of making it one big bathroom. They both like the idea, and they tear the wall down. They start sharing the bathroom and discover that neither one of them likes the way it is. We see Karen step up and tell Grace that she needs to "put on those espadrilles that you love so much" and tell Will how it is going to be. They end up getting into a fight about how their past relationships and the bathroom are affecting their lives. They get into this fight right before Will's client Harlin comes over, and the night turns into a very uncomfortable evening. Will and Grace eventually agree just to move the wall over, so that they have equal bathroom space. This is also the episode where Karen finds her voice that we all know and love. Karen really steps up in this episode and really shows her comedic talent in this episode. She was funny in the other episodes, but this one really puts Karen in the spotlight. This was the best episode of Will & Grace so far!!!


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