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Will & Grace: Three's A Crowd, Six Is A Freak Show

Will and Jack threaten to destroy their friendship when they both go after the same guy. Meanwhile, Grace meets a great new guy, but she is worried that an ugly sore on her lip will scare him away. But she is the one who winds up being scared away when she learns that the guy has six toes on one of his feet.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 3x10
Production Number: 63803
Airdate: Thursday December 14th, 2000

Guest Stars
Bob RumnockBob Rumnock
As Salesman
Ken MarinoKen Marino
As Mark
Episode Notes
This episode played three weeks after the hour long episode on Thanksgiving. It gave time for the cast and crew to film several episodes before the Christmas break. Also due to NBC's scheduling over the holiday months, this was the only episode to air in December.

Episode Quotes
Karen: Grace, I'm sure it's not nearly as bad as you think it is. It's probably nothing, a little dot. Come on. Show mama.
(Grace moves her hand away and shows Karen the huge sore on her lip. Karen jumps back and falls into the arms of an enormous stuffed bunny.)
Karen: Aah! Whoa! Oh! Oh, my God! Oh!
Grace: Shh! Shhhhh! Karen, will you calm down?
Karen: How do you expect me to calm down when I can see its heart beating right in front of me?!

Jack: Don't shake your head at me! I called dibs on him at that party!
Will: Jack, how am I supposed to keep track? You call dibs on every guy you see. Last week you called dibs on Kevin Bacon.
Jack: Le Bacon and I had a moment.
Will: Some say "moment." Some say "security incident."
Jack: Anyway, Paul is into me.
Will: Oh, please! He is so much more into me. We had an 8-hour date, which I know is hard for you to understand, seeing as you have 8 dates an hour.

Episode Goofs
If you look hard, you can see the plastic around the fake wound on Grace's face.

The small, black leather cushion which is in front of a larger, two-tone grey cushion on Will's sofa moves in the scene where Will is arguing with Jack about continuing to see Paul from an upright position to a more horizontal position.

Cultural References
Jack: You know, it just doesn't make any sense, Will. It's none-sense.

A funny line pertaining to the musical Nunsense.

Will: Very logical, Mr. Spock. Date well and prosper.

A quick and funny reference to Star Trek.

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