Will & Grace (1998– )
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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 "JackTalk" fan come out.

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James Burrows

Writers:

David Kohan (created by), Max Mutchnick (created by) | 1 more credit »
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Cast

Episode cast overview, first billed only:
Eric McCormack ... Will Truman
Debra Messing ... Grace Adler
Megan Mullally ... Karen Walker
Sean Hayes ... Jack McFarland
Bobby Cannavale ... Vince D'Angelo
Leigh-Allyn Baker ... Ellen
Tom Gallop ... Rob
Robert Michael Morris ... Tommy
Mathew Botuchis ... Dave
Andy Umberger ... Captain
Casey Williams ... Jean
Heather McPhaul ... Rhonda
Kyle Bornheimer ... Waiter
Trisha Simmons ... Woman
Zachary Bostrom ... Josh (as Zach Bostrom)
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Storyline

Grace and Will are having dinner with Rob and Ellen in a fancy restaurant. Rob and Ellen announce that they're separating. They see Vince, who's working as a waiter there. Will thinks this is sad, and what he doesn't know is that it's a cover: he's an undercover cop. Meanwhile, Jack and Karen go to a bowling center to meet Tommy, who wrote Jack that he liked his show and that he hasn't had the guts to come out as gay, and some women invite Karen to play on their team. Written by Anonymous

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Comedy | Romance

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Country:

USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

26 January 2006 (USA) See more »

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Sound Mix:

Stereo

Color:

Color

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1.33 : 1
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Connections

References The Oprah Winfrey Show (1984) See more »

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Will & Grace Theme
Composed by Jonathan Wolff
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Cannavalle as a good actor.
6 August 2006 | by jdburkittSee 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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