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Will & Grace: Courting Disaster

Searching for a movie-watching pal after Stuart opts out, Jack invites Grace for an afternoon at the theatre. However, when the duo discovers Stuart and a young mystery man secretly catching a matinee, Jack is left questioning their relationship. Elsewhere, Will attempts to teach Karen the skills of driving, but the road warriors have a run in with the law their first trip behind the wheel, prompting Will to fight the ticket in traffic court.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 6x18
Production Number: 06018
Airdate: Thursday March 18th, 2004

Director: James Burrows
Writer: Sally Bradford

Guest Stars
Bobby CannavaleBobby Cannavale
As Vince D'Angelo
Dave FoleyDave Foley
As Stuart Lamarack
Ralph LittRalph Litt
As Judge Holcomb
Episode Notes
This episode was only 26 minutes long.

This is the first appearance of Vince, Will's new love interest. Vince is a friend of Joe and Larry. They have been trying to set up Will and Vince for years.

Debra Messing only appears sitting down, obviously to conceal her pregnancy.

Episode Quotes
Karen: Oh, honey, I love driving. It's exhilarating. Let's take her up!
Will: Karen, this isn't a flying car.
Karen: It is when you've smoked as much as I have.

Jack: (To Stuart) I can't believe you have a son!
Grace: Jack, did you tell Stuart that you have a son?
Jack: No, but that's just because I forgot I had one.

Episode Goofs
At the end of the episode Karen is saying Will never taught her to brake, but obviously when she was pulled over by the cop, she would have had to brake. Of course, it's Karen, so she was most likely on something at either (or both) times.

At the end of the court session when Karen pulls the whoopee cushion gag, you see Will's chair right before he sits down and there's no whoopee cushion.

Cultural References
Grace: (Singing) Because she loves me so, and this I know fo sho ... Hey, Ya!! Hey, Ya!!

Grace sings this in Will's apartment, and later Karen sings it while driving by herself. It's part of the Outkast song "Hey Ya."

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