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Will & Grace

200316+
Season Five finds Will and Grace considering having a baby, the possibility of true love for Grace, Karen's (Megan Mulally) world changing, Jack's (Sean Hayes) apartmentside cafe and of course plenty more snappy one liners and even a few dance moves.
Starring
Eric McCormackDebra MessingSean Hayes
Genres
Comedy
Subtitles
English [CC]Español (Latinoamérica)Español (España)Português
Audio languages
EnglishEspañol (España)Español (Latinoamérica)FrançaisPortuguês
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  1. 1. ... And the Horse He Rode in On
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    September 26, 2002
    21min
    16+
    Continuing from the season finale in the year's first new episode, a dazed Grace (Debra Messing) is rescued by a handsome Jewish doctor (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) who pulls her up on his horse and delivers her just in time for her insemination with an impatient Will (Eric McCormack).
  2. 2. Bacon and Eggs
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    October 3, 2002
    22min
    16+
    After stalking actor Kevin Bacon (guest-starring as himself), Jack (Sean Hayes) lands his dream job when the unsuspecting celebrity hires him as his personal assistant and immediately assigns him to find out who's been harassing him.
  3. 3. The Kid Stays Out of the Picture
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    October 10, 2002
    21min
    16+
    Grace (Debra Messing) is so entranced by her budding romantic relationship with a handsome doctor that she asks an impatient Will (Eric McCormack) for an extra month to re-consider her commitment to conceiving their child through artificial insemination - resulting in a verbal sparring match.
  4. 4. Humongous Growth
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    October 17, 2002
    21min
    16+
    While Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) are feuding, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) hatch a wobbly plan to patch up their differences about not co-parenting a baby by tricking each one into attending the same child's birthday party.
  5. 5. It's the Gay Pumpkin, Charlie Brown
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    October 31, 2002
    21min
    16+
    On Halloween, Grace allows her new beau Leo to drag her into the rustic fall countryside for a long and scary bike ride - along with a reluctant Will (Eric McCormack) and his newfound friend (guest star Jason Marsden) - but she finds that she can't pretend to be the outdoorsy type just to please her man.
  6. 6. Boardroom and a Parked Place
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    November 7, 2002
    25min
    16+
    Will's (Eric McCormack) budding interest in a fellow lawyer in his office is nipped upon the arrival of his firm's aggressive new boss (guest star Gene Wilder, "Young Frankenstein"), who whips the troops into shape and orders Will to fire his friend - until Will discovers the real reason behind the false bravado.
  7. 7. The Needle and the Omelet's Done
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    November 14, 2002
    21min
    16+
    When Grace (Debra Messing) accompanies Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) to dinner with some "friends," she doesn't realize that he's tricked her and instead introduced her to his real parents - and she soon regrets her earlier salty dialogue and suggestive attitude.
  8. 8. Marry Me A Little, Pt. 1
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    November 21, 2002
    21min
    16+
    After Grace (Debra Messing) impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's (Eric McCormack) unease about the whole idea. Part 1 of 2.
  9. 9. Marry Me a Little More, Pt. 2
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    November 21, 2002
    21min
    16+
    After Grace (Debra Messing) impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo (guest star Harry Connick, Jr.), there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's (Eric McCormack) unease about the whole idea. Part 2 of 2.
  10. 10. The Honeymoon's Over
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    December 5, 2002
    21min
    16+
    After a displaced Karen (Megan Mullally) is booted from her Palace Hotel digs, a sympathetic Will (Eric McCormack) agrees to let her move in with him - at least until she turns his apartment into a federal disaster zone with her exorbitant lifestyle, forcing Will to try and unload her onto Grace's (Debra Messing) shoulders.
  11. 11. All About Christmas Eve
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    December 12, 2002
    21min
    16+
    On Christmas Eve, Grace (Debra Messing) is torn when she has only two tickets to "The Nutcracker" musical and can't take both her best friend Will (Eric McCormack) and new husband Leo (guest star Harry Connick Jr.) - but her back-and-forth indecision leaves Will spinning like a Hanukkah dreidel.
  12. 12. Field of Queens
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    January 9, 2003
    21min
    16+
    When Jack (Sean Hayes) convinces tangle-footed Will (Eric McCormack) to join him on a gay soccer team, Will's inept play leaves him warming the bench - which allows him to bond with teenaged Elliot ((Michael Angarano) who also is the last man called upon with his own youth soccer team.
  13. 13. Fagmalion, Pt. 1: Gay It Forward
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    January 16, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Grace (Debra Messing) is puzzled over what to make of her strange bohemian neighbor (guest star Rosanna Arquette, "Pulp Fiction") when she moves into Leo's Brooklyn digs. Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally also star.
  14. 14. Fagmalion, Pt 2: Attack Of The Clones
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    January 30, 2003
    24min
    16+
    Picking up where we left off last week, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) continue their campaign to adapt Karen's (Megan Mullally) awkward cousin (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") to his new way of life -- but their flamboyant efforts to help him only remind Will of his own clumsy experiences when he came "out" in 1986.
  15. 15. Homojo
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    February 6, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Jack (Sean Hayes) suffers Karen's (Megan Mullally) wrath when he is seduced into friendship with her manipulative British romantic rival (guest star Minnie Driver, "Good Will Hunting"), who has set up house with Karen's ex-husband.
  16. 16. Women and Children First
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    February 13, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Jack (Sean Hayes) reconnects with his childhood babysitter (guest star Demi Moore, "A Few Good Men") and falls back into childhood patterns, befuddling Will (Eric McCormack).
  17. 17. Fagmalion, Pt. 3: Bye, Bye, Beardy
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    February 20, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack's (Sean Hayes) transformation of Karen's (Megan Mullally) schlubby cousin Barry (guest star Dan Futterman, "Enough") is complete - but his coming-out party leaves Will with mixed emotions about his new "creation," prompting some unwanted advice from Grace (Debra Messing).
  18. 18. Fagmalion, Pt. 4: The Guy Who Loved Me
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    March 13, 2003
    21min
    16+
    A jealous Will (Eric McCormack) keeps a wary eye on the re-modeled Barry when he spies him disappearing with Jack (Sean Hayes) while Karen (Megan Mullally) switches roles with Rosario (Shelley Morrison) and pretends to be a maid in order to court a handsome maintenance worker (guest star Bruno Campos).
  19. 19. Sex. Losers & Videotape
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    April 3, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Still nursing a grudge over his last failed relationship, Will (Eric McCormack) forms a gin-soaked anti-romance club with other lovelorn losers - his cuckoo boss, Mr. Stein (guest star Gene Wilder, "The Producers"), and Karen (Megan Mullally) - but the threesome shrinks dramatically when Stein takes a shine to the ever-ready Karen.
  20. 20. Leo Unwrapped
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    April 17, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Will's (Eric McCormack) attempt to orchestrate a surprise for Grace's (Debra Messing) birthday by sneaking Leo back from Africa deflates like so many birthday balloons when Leo arrives earlier than expected - and after Grace bumps into Leo, they agree to an elaborate charade to keep Will's "surprise" intact.
  21. 21. Dolls and Dolls
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    April 24, 2003
    21min
    16+
    In search of a roommate, Karen (Megan Mullally) finds instant karma with a peculiar yet high-maintenance office worker (guest star Madonna) who happily shares many of Karen's eccentricities - including her taste in men.
  22. 22. May Divorce Be With You
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    May 1, 2003
    21min
    16+
    Will (Eric McCormack) reluctantly opposes Karen (Megan Mullally) when he represents her husband while she hires a goofy, immature young man (guest star Macaulay Culkin, "Home Alone") who seems barely out of high school to argue her case - and Will takes pity on the pseudo-slacker.
  23. 23. 23
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    May 8, 2003
    21min
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    In the middle of her divorce proceedings, Karen (Megan Mullally) learns that ex-husband Stan has suddenly passed away, and the funeral becomes a contest of wills between Karen and her British rival (guest star Minnie Driver, "Good Will Hunting") - and a free-for-all when the will is read for everyone who ever felt deserving, such as Will (Eric McCormack).
  24. 24. 24
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    May 15, 2003
    21min
    16+
    In the season finale, Karen (Megan Mullally) confronts her ex-husband's mistress (guest star Minnie Driver, "Good Will Hunting") before she invites Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) on her extravagant yacht for a somber ceremony.

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Directors
James Burrows
Producers
David KohanMax MutchnickJames Burrows
Network
NBCUniversal
Amazon Maturity Rating
16+ Young Adults. Learn more
Supporting actors
Megan Mullally