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Will & Grace: Bully Woolley

Scott Woolley, under the alias Mr. Osment, hires Grace to design his new restaurant under the condition Grace fires Karen from her design firm. Grace later tells Karen about the incident and they realize the man that hired Grace is really Scott Woolley. Meanwhile, Jack takes Will out for a boys' night to get his mind off of Vince, but ends up ditching Will.

Episode Info  

Episode number: 7x15
Production Number: 07015
Airdate: Thursday February 03rd, 2005

Director: James Burrows
Writer: Greg Malins

Guest Stars
Jeff GoldblumJeff Goldblum
As Scott Woolley
Matt WilliamsonMatt Williamson
As Gene
Patti LuPonePatti LuPone
As Herself
Todd SherryTodd Sherry
As Fillip
Trev BroudyTrev Broudy
As Waiter
Episode Notes
Broadway Diva Patti LuPone appears as herself. The Tony award-winning actress is famous for playing Eva Peron in "Evita" on Broadway.

This episode was pushed back two whole weeks after two 90 minute episodes of The Apprentice covered its normal timeslot.

Apparently there is a running theme int he show that the richer you are, the stupider you get. How else could the behavior of Scott and Karen be explained?

ArtistSong TitlePlayed When
The CommunardsDon't Leave Me This Way 
Jackson BrowneRunning On Empty 

Episode Quotes
Scott: How are you gonna do the job if you can't even handle your own assistant? I think you should fire her.
Grace: I can't fire her. It would be like cutting off my arm. My, drunk useless arm.

Episode Goofs
Bad editors note. We see Jack pour his drink into his lap when Patti walks in. Then we cut to Grace's story. When we cut back, we see no time has passed with Jack. We're right back to where we left him. Shouldn't something have happened over that time?

So in recent episodes, the staff have made a decision to bring current affairs into the scripts (i.e. Gay Marriage Ban, 2004 Election, etc). Yet for 6+ years, the writing staff was told to avoid making any commentary on current affairs. Why suddenly start now?

Scott shuts the door to Grace's office behind him when he first walks in. A few camera shots later, it's back open.

Cultural References
The chairs Scott Wooley owns are the same chairs as seen in both the television series The Prisoner and the James Bond film "Dr. No."

Jack: Life is a Jack-O-Ray old chum.

A funny reference to the musical Cabaret.

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