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Will & Grace: May Divorce Be With You

Will reluctantly opposes Karen when he represents her husband while she hires a goofy, immature young man who seems barely out of high school to argue her case -- and Will takes pity on the pseudo-slacker. Elsewhere, Grace hires Jack to temporarily replace Karen but finds she might have to choose between her friendship with him and a wealthy client who broke his heart.

Episode Info


Episode number: 5x22
Production Number: 05021
Airdate: Thursday May 01st, 2003

Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sally Bradford


Guest Stars
Clark GreggClark Gregg
As Cameron
Macaulay CulkinMacaulay Culkin
As Jason Towne

Uncredited
Danica SheridanDanica Sheridan
As Kimmy Walker
Recurring
Episode Notes
This episode was delayed 24 minutes by a Presidential speech.

35-minute Super-Size episode, ending with a "To be continued…"



Episode Quotes
Karen: He’s a cutie isn’t he? Pretty lips!
Will: He’s an infant!
Karen: Hey, for your information, he just won Deborah Harry a huge settlement from the tabloids for saying she showed up at the market with undies on her head! Which she did, I’d show you pictures but I sold them to the tabloids!

Jason: Hey, Mrs. Walker, sorry I'm late. I figured, since I'm a lawyer now, I should probably have a suit. I stopped off at The Men's Wearhouse, but my credit card got declined. So I had to call my mom, but . . . not to worry. I got the suit, and I'm ready to get medieval on law's ass. Hi.



Cultural References
Episode Title: May Divorce Be With You.

A quick reference to the famous "Star Wars" line "May the Force be with you."



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