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Jack and Jennifer Lopez return from her summer tour to relax, but a pushy Karen recruits Jack to help her get J-Lo's attention for her newly written song, "FYI: I Hurt, Too." Meanwhile, Grace takes out her frustrations over her cheating husband Leo on a beat-up Will.
This was the 45-minute Supersize Season 7 Premiere.
Will & Grace moved to its new timeslot, Thursdays at 8:30 PM EST after the friends spin-off "Joey."
Alex Herschlag and Dave Flebotte have taken over the Executive Producer/showrunner positions.
A soundtrack CD and a book were released the same week.
The opening titles have been changed for a more "updated" look, even though they still contain most of the same clips they've used since Season 4.
Grace: Did you think I wouldn't find out?
Leo: You found out because I told you.
Grace: I would've found out myself. I know people.
Leo: In Cambodia?
Grace: Yes Cheater, in Cambodia!
Lopez: I got you a job as a dancer for Janet Jackson.
Jack: JANET JACKSON?! That's way better than dancing with... I mean that's okay!
Okay... Jennifer Lopez is walking through New York, riding on a subway, and talking to someone who keeps saying her first name... and there is absolutely no media following her. Yeah, this is believable.
So wait, Grace and Leo have been in their current situation for just over 3 months, and Grace is just barely giving him hell? We have to assume it's been three months, because Jack's been on a world tour, and those don't take a week. With this in mind, are we to assume she just sat in the guest room for three months weeping?
Lopez gets a call on her cell phone while riding in the subway with Jack and Karen. There's little to no signals for cells in most subway stations, and absolutely no signals while inside a moving train. Unless she has an ultra-high tech phone with futuristic technology, there was no way for her to get a call on the train.
Jack: And look at you Grace, you're magically delicious!
A funny reference to the Lucky Charms cereal.
Will: ...I just got it to play the theme from Titanic.
A quick reference to the obnoxiously long song from the film Titanic, "My Heart Will Go On" by Celine Dion