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Will & Grace: Moveable Feast (1)

Rather than be apart on Thanksgiving Day, Will and Grace join Jack and Karen for a festive holiday motor tour of their respective dysfunctional families, including Grace's domineering mother as well as Will's willful mom and Jack's stepdad -- with unsettling results. Meanwhile, back home, a waiting Rosario bastes and tastes their juicy turkey.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 4x9
Production Number: 64408
Airdate: Thursday November 22nd, 2001

Director: James Burrows
Writer: Kari Lizer

Guest Stars
Beau BridgesBeau Bridges
As Daniel McFarland
Blythe DannerBlythe Danner
As Marilyn Truman
Clinton LeuppClinton Leupp
As Lawrence
Debbie ReynoldsDebbie Reynolds
As Bobbi Adler
Gene ElmanGene Elman
As Uncle Winnie
Helen SlaterHelen Slater
As Peggy Truman
Jon TenneyJon Tenney
As Paul Truman
Kenneth MarsKenneth Mars
As Uncle Sid
Lainie KazanLainie Kazan
As Aunt Honey
Murray GershenzMurray Gershenz
As Uncle Funny
Neil VipondNeil Vipond
As Julius
Nick OffermanNick Offerman
As Nick the Plumber
Episode Notes
Originally aired as a one hour episode, though syndication will usually air them in two half hour episodes. NBC counts this as one episode, as they will with any W&G episodes that air as a one hour episode. This may also include Super-Sized (40 minute episodes).

Guest star Nick Offerman is now Megan Mullally's real-life husband. They got married just under two years after the episode originally aired.

Apparently Judith and Daniel McFarland have divorced. Jack takes Elliot to meet Daniel, who is staying at a hotel.

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
MadonnaHolidayIn car at beginning of road trip

Episode Quotes
Will: I'm hungry.
Grace: I'm thirsty.
Karen: I could hump a tree.

Will: Now remember, we have our own feast, we can't gouge on everyone else's turkey, stuffing and pecan pie.
Grace: Why do you look at me when you say that?
Will: Who should I be looking at?
Grace: ...Me.
Will: And we only have one hour each, no delays because of guilt, shame, or flattery.
Jack: Why do you look at me when you say that?
Will: Who should I be looking at?
Jack: ...Me.
Will: So when the bell dings we're out of there. No other high pitched sounds will keep us no matter what.
Karen: Why do you look at me when you say that?

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