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Will & Grace: Marry Me A Little (1)

After Grace impulsively accepts a marriage proposal from Leo, there seem to be a million roadblocks between her and an actual wedding, not the least of which is her best friend Will's unease about the whole idea. Grace's pals, especially Will, are hurt that they weren't invited, but all seems forgiven when everyone--including Grace's outspoken mom and the subdued Mrs. Markus--gather days later for a swank reception. It should be a festive bash, but the emergence of unsettling details about Leo, and about the park nuptials, give Grace reason to wonder whether she has made a mistake.

Episode Info


Episode number: 5x8
Production Number: 05008
Airdate: Thursday November 21st, 2002



Guest Stars
Debbie ReynoldsDebbie Reynolds
As Bobbi Adler
Recurring
Harry Connick, Jr.Harry Connick, Jr.
As Dr. Leo Markus
Recurring
Jerry LevineJerry Levine
As Joe
Recurring
Judith IveyJudith Ivey
As Eleanor Marcus
Recurring
Leigh-Allyn BakerLeigh-Allyn Baker
As Ellen
Recurring
Lorry GoldmanLorry Goldman
As Rabbi
Recurring
Neil VipondNeil Vipond
As Julius
Recurring
Tim BagleyTim Bagley
As Larry
Recurring
Tom GallopTom Gallop
As Rob
Recurring
Katie CouricKatie Couric
As Herself
Episode Notes
The 100th Episode. Originally aired as a Special Hour-Long Episode with #5.09 "Marry Me A Little More", as "Marry Me a Little, Marry Me a Little More". As part of the 100th Episode celebration, a half-hour clip show was shown afterwards, featuring outtakes and bloopers.

We learn that Leo's real name is Marvin.

Ellen is eight-months pregnant with her second child.

Katie Couric appears early in the episode as part of a shameless plug for the Today Show.



Music
ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Ohio PlayersFire 


Episode Quotes
Jack: Um, look, Leo, I know you're new here, and, um, we don't want you to think we're really cliquey and don't let anyone in our little group, but, um, well, we're really cliquey and we don't want anyone in our little group.
Karen: So, if you want to break into the fag four, this symbol of gay oppression has got to go.

Grace: We have been up here before, remember?
Will: No, that building was across the street from that juice store.
Grace: Paradise Juice. See right where that parking lot is.
Will: They paved paradise and put up a parking lot.



Episode Goofs
When Jack taps the glasses with a spoon and breaks two, he puts both of them on the top of the piano. When he goes to do his toast and says "Hi" there is only one and when he says "and who better to start things off" there are no broken glasses. Then when he says "it pains me to admit it" one reappears. Two are there when Karen takes the stage. Jack re-takes the mic and Will makes his speech there is one again. There are two when Will says "ssssoooo" after Rob jumps up and announces he isn't gay. When Leo takes the stage the whole mess seems to have gone or shifted to the right.

Near the end of the first scene in the park, Jack throws a beautiful, spiraling pass. Unfortunately for right-handed Jack, the football is spinning in the wrong direction for him to have thrown it.



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