If you wanna be Will's lover, you gotta get with his friend... Grace. This week, Will tries to win Grace over on his new boyfriend Vince. Vince is a black belt in therapy, Grace is (briefly) realistic, and Karen and Jack foxtrot their way to better understanding of the value of their friendship.
This week, a speeding ticket lands Karen in traffic court and Will a date with Vince, an adorkable police officer. Jack causes a scene at the movies and forgets he has a son, and Grace treats us all to a musical number to be remembered.
Matthew and Tess may not be lesbians, but they're still in love with guest stars Edie Falco and Chloe Sevigny, who do an excellent job of proving their real estate skills by picking off the weakest gazelle (that's Grace). By the way, did you know if you make a ham sandwich at midnight, the ghost of Stan tells you to marry his mistress's daddy?
Continuing some threads from last week, Will and Grace continue to be the worst at being the flippers who care (despite the coffee mugs). Jack and Stuart question if they're lesbian enough to move in together, and Karen and Lorraine bury the hatchet through song.
Will and Grace's venture into the world of house-flipping is going great until Jack tries to make them give his old acting teacher her apartment back. What a jerk! Meanwhile, Tess and Matthew can't figure out why Megan Mullally, John Cleese and Minnie Driver fighting isn't as amazing as it should be.
This week there are Happy Noodles and Sad Sugar Babies. Grace boycotts a restaurant because her marriage is on the rocks, Will has the opportunity for sex, and Matthew and Tess are along for the ride with jokes about Viagra and sound effects.