"Will & Grace" (1998) {Head Case (#1.3)} TV Season

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Overview "Will & Grace" Season 01 Episode 03 (S01E03)



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7.6/ 10 (71 Votes)

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Release Date
(USA) - 5 October 1998

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Full Cast

  1. Grubbs, Gary as [Harlin Polk] <5>
  2. Hayes, Sean (I) as [Jack McFarland] <4>
  3. McCormack, Eric as [Will Truman] <1>
  4. Messing, Debra as [Grace Adler] <2>
  5. Mullally, Megan as [Karen Walker] <3>

Full Plot

When Grace moves in with Will, she complains that the guest bathroom is too small and suggests knocking the common wall down to create one big master bathroom, which results in Will having to confront his own issues on change and his ability to have a successful relationship. Meanwhile, Jack and Karen bear the brunt of Will and Grace's displaced anger. Anonymous Plot not found

Music Composers

  1. Wolff, Jonathan (I) (music by)


  1. Askins, Tony (director of photography)

Dress Designers

  1. Eskowitz-Carter, Lori (as Lori Eskowitz)


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Film Editors

  1. Chakos, Peter


  1. Abram, Kim (production assistant)
  2. Bradford, Sally (production assistant)
  3. Clark, Steve (XVIII) (production assistant)
  4. Freeman, Jill (I) (assistant to executive producer)
  5. Gaydos, Tracy (production secretary)
  6. Goldsmith, Jennifer (assistant accountant)
  7. Hurd, Eric L. (production assistant) (as Eric Hurd)
  8. Kagan, Janet (script supervisor)
  9. Lew, Eugene (production accountant)
  10. Miller, Brad (III) (assistant to writer)
  11. Peters, Michael S. (assistant to writer)
  12. Petersen, Donald (I) (production assistant)
  13. Sandoval, Steve (production coordinator)
  14. Sherman, Russ (technical coordinator)


Karen Walker: [after giving Grace advice] Lord, that was exhausting. I am assisting my ASS off! Grace Adler: Karen? Karen Walker: Yeah? Grace Adler: Why do you want to work for me? Karen Walker: Well honey, because I adore you. And because I always work before I marry money... I joke, of course I mean Stan. I joke, of course I mean money! Hahahahaha... Will Truman: Jack, she's just doing her job. I think that's the first time I used the words "Jack" and "job" in the same sentence without "needs to get a" in between. Jack McFarland: Ellen can you bring in Will's denial's file he has something to add. Jack McFarland: Women, you can't live with them, end of sentence. Grace Adler: Karen the first three letters in assistant spell ass, so get off yours! Will Truman: Are you ready for a bag full of happiness, and I am not talking about your stoner days. Will Truman: Jack! I have better things to do than go through every little meaningless job you've ever gone through because of a cute boss or I don't know, a good couch in the men's room. So will you just give me some space! Jack McFarland: And so ends a scene from 'Mr. Bitch Goes to Washington!' [Jack applauds him] Karen Walker: Men hate change. Grace Adler: Well, usually, you can't lump Will in with other men, he's... Grace Adler: Oh, honey, come on, gay, straight, bi, Thai, they don't like change. Grace Adler: What is that? Like an Upper East Side Haiku? Grace Adler: We're just like fifty men and a mirrored ball away from being a gay disco. Jack: Women, can't live with them... end of sentence. Will: Jack, I'm trying to do my job. Yeah, now that's the first time I've ever said 'Jack' and 'job' in a sentence without 'needs to get a' in between. I'm sorry. Grace is upset with her bathroom. Jack: Yeah, cause it's too small for her. It's too small for Malibu Barbie. Will, why don't you just share your bathroom. Ya know, I think that's the first time I've said 'Will' and 'share' in a sentence without 'doesn't know how to' in between.