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Tip-toeing through his budding relationship, an apprehensive Will makes the mistake of taking Grace's advice on love, playing hard-to-get with his new pseudo-boyfriend. However, when his game playing causes a rift in this budding romance, Will is left questioning Grace's wisdom in matters of the heart. Meanwhile, a distraught Jack and Karen bravely attempt to soldier on after learning their favorite television shows will be going off the air.
| Episode Info|
Thursday March 25th, 2004
Sharon Osborne won her cameo appearance at a charity auction for the Trevor Project, which helps gay teenagers.
This episode was rumoured to spoof the ends of Frasier, Friends and Sex and the City.
|Artist||Song Title||Played When|
|Beyoncé featuring Sean Paul||Baby Boy|| |
Karen: Talk like Lilith! We hate your real voice!
Bebe: I will if you will.
Grace: Basically, when I give advice, I'm just talking out my ass.
When Will and Vince are in the coffee shop near the middle of the episode, Will's inner monologue says that he's 40. However, in the episode 'Lows in the Mid-Eighties' we learn that Will comes out in 1985 at age 18, this would mean that Will is 37 in 2004.
Jack: (To Karen) I'll meet you at Central Perk in an hour.
Central Perk is the coffee shop where the "Friends" constantly hang out.
Neuwirth: I wanna play the frosty bitch forever!
Referring to her role as Lilith Sternin in "Cheers."
Episode Title: No Sex 'N' The City.
The title is an obvious spoof on the recently departed HBO comedy "Sex & The City."