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After his laptop computer is stolen, Will meets a sociable police detective who takes a special interest in his case as they go undercover -- but Will doesn't know that the gumshoe is secretly participating in Jack's therapy group for gays. Elsewhere, Grace is again hassled by her psycho neighbor Val who opens a rival design business and prospers by stealing Grace's ideas.
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Thursday April 25th, 2002
Both Michael Douglas and Glenn Close were nominated for Emmy awards for Outstanding Guest Actors for their appearances on "Will & Grace".
Val: You are looking at a totally new me.
Grace: Why? You finally working as a team with the people in your head?
Jack: I confess. When I first started gay group therapy, I just thought it was a really great place to meet guys. But now as I look around the room and I see you all looking back at me, I realize ... it's not such a great place to meet guys.
During the scene where Gavin and Will are back at Will's apartment, one of the snacks Will gets is cookies. He says they are chocolate chip, although those and the ones Jack was eating earlier, looked a lot like mini oreos.
Grace: Not Bring It On?!
Bring It On was a 2000 film starring Kirsten Dunst and Eliza Dushku.
Detective Hatch: I apologize for the officer. He's picked up a little bit of an attitude since he's been a technical consultant on NYPD Blue.
NYPD Blue is the long-running cop drama on ABC.
Episode Title: Fagel Attraction.
The title spoofs that of the 1987 film Fatal Attraction, which starred Michael Douglas.