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Will & Grace: Marry Me A Little More (2)

After finding out that their park nuptials were invalid, Grace and Leo decide to have a large, traditional wedding. Will keeps busy planning the wedding, but after Grace asks him to give her away, he has to deal with his feelings of giving away his best friend to another man.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 5x9
Production Number: 05009
Airdate: Thursday November 21st, 2002

Guest Stars
Debbie ReynoldsDebbie Reynolds
As Bobbi Adler
Harry Connick, Jr.Harry Connick, Jr.
As Dr. Leo Markus
Jerry LevineJerry Levine
As Joe
Judith IveyJudith Ivey
As Eleanor Markus
Leigh-Allyn BakerLeigh-Allyn Baker
As Ellen
Lorry GoldmanLorry Goldman
As Rabbi
Neil VipondNeil Vipond
As Julius
Tim BagleyTim Bagley
As Larry
Tom GallopTom Gallop
As Rob
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.

Grace's wedding dress was designed by Vera Wang. It has a $20,000 price tag.

Grace sings a bit of "Looking Through The Eyes of Love" by Melissa Manchester at the reception.

The song playing when Grace walked down the aisle was the Theme from "Brideshead Revisited."

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
Human LeagueDon't You Want Me 
The ZombiesTime Of The Season 

Episode Quotes
Leo: And my deepest, darkest secret is that I don't like any food with raisins in but I do like raisins.
Grace: See we already have a problem. I love raisins in everything. I even went to see "A Raisin In The Sun" because I thought there would be raisins in it!

Grace: The question was rhetorical that means you're supposed to say yes!
Will: That's not what rhetorical means!

Episode Goofs
Ellen is still eight months pregnant (as she tells Will as she's walking into the synagogue) in this episode. However, she and Rob already supposedly had the baby in the episode "Something Borrowed, Someone's Due (2)." They had had a boy.

Cultural References
Will: You were working as a waitress in a cocktail bar, when I met you.

Reference to the Human League hit, "Don't You Want Me (Baby)"

Will: Oh they're dead my friend. They've just made friends with John Edward.

John Edward is an internationally acclaimed psychic medium who can communicate with the world beyond

Grace: Now let's jump. Let's keep going Thelma.

Grace is referring to the 1990 film, Thelma & Louise.

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