This is the groundbreaking hit comedy series about two best friends - Will, a successful gay Manhattan lawyer and Grace, a straight, self-employed interior decorator.
|1.||Season 1, Episode 1: Pilot||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||23:04||Will Truman (Eric McCormack), a handsome, successful Manhattan lawyer, and Grace Adler (Debra Messing), a beautiful, self-employed interior designer, are best friends. In fact, they're absolutely perfect for each other - except that Will just happens to be gay. When Grace receives an unexpected marriage proposal from her boyfriend, Will tries to be supportive of her decision but finally tells her that she's making a mistake, even though he's putting their friendship at risk. The situation is complicated by interference from Grace's socialite assistant, Karen Walker (Megan Mullally), and Will's outrageous friend, Jack McFarland (Sean Hayes).||2.||Season 1, Episode 2: A New Lease On Life||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:37||Will (Eric McCormack) must decide whether to support Grace's (Debra Messing) independence by encouraging her to take an apartment across town or selfishly keep her close by inviting her to share his living space. The decision may be made easier, however, by the nagging presence of Will's current roommate, Jack (Sean Hayes), and his parrot, Guapo. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack meet for the first time and find each other to be fabulous. Gary Grubbs also stars.||3.||Season 1, Episode 3: Head Case||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||When Grace (Debra Messing) moves in with Will (Eric McCormack), 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 (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) bear the brunt of Will and Grace's displaced anger.||4.||Season 1, Episode 4: Between a Rock and Harlin's Place||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:17||When Grace (Debra Messing) decorates Harlin's (Gary Grubbs) apartment, she gets carried away with a cowboy theme. Will (Eric McCormack) is both shocked and embarrassed by the cowboy chic and makes an even greater mess of the situation. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) decides to embark on a singing career - with a little help from Karen (Megan Mullally).||5.||Season 1, Episode 5: Boo! Humbug!||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||On All Hallows Eve, Jack (Sean Hayes) is dressed as David 'Hutch' Soul (of 'Starsky and Hutch') while Karen (Megan Mullally) is costumed as a cat woman for a night in the Village filled with drag queens and a few surprises. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) go trick-or-treating in the apartment building while babysitting Harlan's (Gary Grubbs) two young kids (guest stars Reiley McClendon and Jorden Ashley) who are dressed as Buzzy Wuzzy and Richard Nixon.||6.||Season 1, Episode 6: William, Tell||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:40||When Jack (Sean Hayes) reveals to Grace (Debra Messing) that Will (Eric McCormack) once had an affair with a 'client,' she becomes paranoid that Will is keeping secrets from her. Her suspicions continue to grow when Will meets Karen (Megan Mullally) for a discreet meeting to discuss her legal problems and will only tell Grace he's meeting with a client.||7.||Season 1, Episode 7: Where There's a Will, There's No Way||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||Grace (Debra Messing) blames her relationship with Will (Eric McCormack) as the reason for her lack of interest in dating and decides they can no longer have fun together. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) enlists Will's help when the IRS catches up with him. Julian McMahon ('Profiler') makes a cameo appearance as a handsome stranger in Grace's elevator. Megan Mullally also stars.||8.||Season 1, Episode 8: The Buying Game||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:39||Grace (Debra Messing) has the opportunity to buy the studio that serves as her office space and turns to Will (Eric McCormack) for first-time buyer advice. However, Will's negotiating tactics lead Grace to believe that Will thinks she is incapable of closing the deal and she sets out to prove him wrong. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) wants to become a massage therapist and practices his technique on a delighted Karen (Megan Mullally).||9.||Season 1, Episode 9: The Truth about Will and Dogs||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||Will (Eric McCormack) balks at first when Grace (Debra Messing) decides to adopt a dog, but the winsome pooch soon becomes his obsession, until Grace coaxes him to let Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) puppy-sit, with surprising results.||10.||Season 1, Episode 10: The Big Vent||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) become hooked on a real-life soap opera unfolding in their neighbors' apartment when they begin eavesdropping through the new heating vent in their floor. As Will and Grace live vicariously through the marital infidelities of the downstairs couple (guest stars Tom Sullivan and Corinne Bohrer), Jack (Sean Hayes) feels neglected and enlists Karen's (Megan Mullally) help in staging a play that drives the message home to his two best friends. Robert Curtis Brown and Jensen Daggett ('The Single Guy') guest-star as the stage actors who portray Will and Grace.||11.||Season 1, Episode 11: Will on Ice||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||It's Will's (Eric McCormack) birthday and all he wants is a nice, quiet dinner with his two best friends, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes). When Jack and Grace discover they share a passion for figure skating, they surprise Will with tickets for 'Champions on Ice' (including guest-star and award-winning figure skater Rudy Galindo as himself) and Karen (Megan Mullally) reluctantly joins the special evening.||12.||Season 1, Episode 12: My Fair Maid-Y||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:39||Will (Eric McCormack) hires a cleaning lady (guest star Wendie Jo Sperber, 'Bosom Buddies') to 'rescue' his designing roommate Grace (Debra Messing) from the creative chaos that litters their apartment, and while preparing for an annual decorators' contest, Grace develops a dependency on her maid and can't create without her. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) poses as an attorney in Will's office to impress an attractive guy (guest star Raphael Sbarge) he hopes to date.||13.||Season 1, Episode 13: The Unsinkable Mommy Adler||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:34||Grace's (Debra Messing) visiting mom, Bobbi Adler (guest star Debbie Reynolds, Oscar nominee for 'The Unsinkable Molly Brown'), a would-be star whose propensity for breaking out into show tunes and impressions dismays her daughter - and delights Will (Eric McCormack), Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) - wreaks havoc by suggesting Will and Grace wed, despite their sexual differences. When Will winces at the fantasy of committing to anyone who needs to be the star of a relationship, Grace realizes she's more of a chip off the old block than she imagined.||14.||Season 1, Episode 14: Big Brother Is Coming, Pt. 1||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||A 'surprise' birthday party for Jack (Sean Hayes) astounds Will (Eric McCormack) when his estranged older brother Sam (guest star John Slattery) turns up at the fete at Grace's (Debra Messing) invitation. Not only do sparks fly between the brothers, but electricity of a different sort crackles between Grace and Sam. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) flashes her platinum card for Jack as the pair shop till they drop at a boutique where the snooty salesmen previously had snubbed Jack.||15.||Season 1, Episode 15: Big Brother Is Coming, Pt. 2||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||A wary Grace (Debra Messing) tells Will (Eric McCormack) of her romance with his brother, Sam (guest star John Slattery), and unleashes an avalanche of resentment. While Will wrestles with sibling rivalry, Karen (Megan Mullally) helps Jack (Sean Hayes) come to grips with turning 30 by hiring him as her personal assistant and leads Grace to sort through her true feelings for the Trumans.||16.||Season 1, Episode 16: Yours, Mine or Ours||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:39||Stunned to find they have a 'date' with the same guy, Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) compete for the affections of a handsome, charming new neighbor (guest star David Newsom, 'Homefront') at dinner, and even Jack's 'gaydar' can't pick up his preference. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) contemplates firing her driver and in a twist of irony asks Grace to role-play firing an incompetent employee.||17.||Season 1, Episode 17: Secrets and Lays||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:09||The gang retreats to a cabin in Vermont for the weekend, where Grace (Debra Messing) rekindles romance with an old flame (guest star David Sutcliffe) and tries to hide the fling from Will (Eric McCormack), who's pining on the eve of his would-be anniversary. Meanwhile, Karen's (Megan Mullally) culinary efforts go up in smoke, as does Jack's (Sean Hayes) attempt to cheer Will by dragging him to a gay pub, where the town barber-turned-hair stylist (guest star Tom Bosley, 'Happy Days') sidles up to him.||18.||Season 1, Episode 18: Grace, Replaced||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:29||Will (Eric McCormack) finds a 'substitute Grace' in Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's 'Saturday Night Live'), a new neighbor who is available for plans with Will while Grace (Debra Messing) is consumed with work. As Will and Val continue to spend more time together, Grace fears that she has been replaced and fights with Val to regain Will's attention. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) seeks support from Karen (Megan Mullally) after the court finds him guilty of slapping a meter maid and sentences him to pick up trash.||19.||Season 1, Episode 19: Will Works Out||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||20:56||Will (Eric McCormack) invites Jack (Sean Hayes) to his gym on a 'buddy pass,' but when he expresses his embarrassment to Grace (Debra Messing) over his buddy's gay behavior, Jack overhears the comments and looks to set him straight about prejudice. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) continues to lend her ear when Karen's (Megan Mullally) marriage hits rocky ground and she and Karen share an evening of girl talk.||20.||Season 1, Episode 20: Saving Grace||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||Miguel Ferrer ('Lateline') guest-stars as Nathan, a successful New York publicist who hires Grace (Debra Messing) to decorate his office on the condition that Will (Eric McCormack) agrees to date him. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) uses Karen (Megan Mullally) to teach Will how to kiss someone he finds unattractive.||21.||Season 1, Episode 21: Alley Cats||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:26||When Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) and Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) admit that they don't have fun playing games with Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) because of Grace's competitive nature, Grace works to change her image. However, as Grace loses her competitive edge, Will's emerges and he convinces his partner to care only about winning. Meanwhile, after learning how to administer CPR from Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) saves a workman's life.||22.||Season 1, Episode 22: Object of My Rejection||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:39||After Grace (Debra Messing) contemplates a renewed relationship with her ex-fiancée, Danny (guest star Tom Verica, NBC's 'Providence'), she and Will (Eric McCormack) re-think their living situation. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) agrees to marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) maid, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison, 'Fools Rush In'), so the government won't consider her an illegal immigrant and she can continue to work for Karen.||23.||Season 2, Episode 1: Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||Grace (Debra Messing) wants to prove that she's not completely dependent upon Will (Eric McCormack) by moving to the apartment across the hall. As a bold display of her newly found independence, she decides to throw a dinner party without the help of Will - much to the chagrin of her guests. In his own act of liberation, Will decides to ask a guy out that he met in a bookstore. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) moves into the maid quarters of Karen's (Megan Mullally) mansion with Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison).||24.||Season 2, Episode 2: Election||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||Grace (Debra Messing) discovers that Will (Eric McCormack) has certain perks in his apartment, such as a working fireplace, that other tenants, like her, don't have. Realizing that he's been able to acquire these goodies as President of the board of tenants, she decides to run against him in the upcoming election. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) is devastated when his beloved pet bird, Guapo, escapes when Karen (Megan Mullally) accidentally leaves a window open.||25.||Season 2, Episode 3: I Never Promised You an Olive Garden||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||Will and Grace find themselves “cheating”on their old, dull friends Rob and Ellen. Karen can no longer dodge the parent-teacher conference at her step kid’s school.||26.||Season 2, Episode 4: Polk Defeats Truman||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:49||When Will's (Eric McCormack) ego is inflated by his powerful client, Harlin Polk (guest star Gary Grubbs) who encompasses 90% of his business, he makes the mistake of dismissing the many clients who believed in him before his success. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) tries to help curb Karen's (Megan Mullally) out-of-control spending after her husband forces her to live within a budget. Sean Hayes also stars as Jack.||27.||Season 2, Episode 5: Whose Mom Is It Anyway?||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:52||Grace (Debra Messing), who is usually irritated by her well-meaning but meddling mother (guest star Debbie Reynolds), gets jealous when her mom starts to dote on Will (Eric McCormack). Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes), Karen (Megan Mullally) and Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) have an interesting visit with an I.N.S. officer (guest star Cameron Watson).||28.||Season 2, Episode 6: Das Boob||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||20:47||When a photo of Grace (Debra Messing) gets published in a newspaper in which she appears to be much more well-endowed than she actually is, she gets asked out the next day by her unrequited high-school heartthrob (guest star Salvator Xuereb), but Karen (Megan Mullally) convinces her it's only because of the photo. Desperate to live up to her "fullfigured" image, Grace buys herself an undergarment that has less than the desired effect. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) discovers that Will (Eric McCormack) slept with one of his old lovers.||29.||Season 2, Episode 7: To Serve and Disinfect||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:54||A recently unemployed Will (Eric McCormack) is challenged by Jack (Sean Hayes) to join his staff as a cater-waiter. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) discovers a naughty, naughty little secret of Karen's (Megan Mullally).||30.||Season 2, Episode 8: Homo for the Holidays||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:09||When Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) meet Jack's (Sean Hayes) mother (guest star Veronica Cartwright) and learn that not only is she unaware that her son is gay, she believes he has had a romantic relationship with Grace, they invite her to Thanksgiving dinner with Jack hoping to force the issue into the open. But nobody is prepared for the holiday surprise that she has for them. Megan Mullally also stars.||31.||Season 2, Episode 9: Terms of Employment||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||Grace (Debra Messing) is hired as an interior design consultant by a successful lawyer (Tony-winning guest star Gregory Hines) but when he reneges on his payment, she calls on Will (Eric McCormack) to represent her. Will so impresses the defendant/lawyer that he later hires Will himself. Elsewhere, Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) are contracted to create a sexual harassment video.||32.||Season 2, Episode 10: Tea and a Total Lack of Sympathy||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||Will's (Eric McCormack) new boss (guest star Gregory Hines) gives him an ultimatum - he has until Friday to bring in a major new client to the firm or lose his job. At the eleventh hour, Will is still empty-handed - but then Karen (Megan Mullally) pays an unexpected visit, and he gets an idea. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) discover that their favorite show, "Antiques on the Road," will be filming locally, and resolve to get themselves in front of the cameras.||33.||Season 2, Episode 11: He's Come Undone||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||When Will (Eric McCormack) finds out that Grace (Debra Messing) is dating his therapist, he believes it confirms his notion that Grace always has to be the center of attention. The whole issue causes Will to experience some strange dreams. Also, Jack (Sean Hayes) stands up to Karen (Megan Mullally) about how poorly she treats Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison).||34.||Season 2, Episode 12: Oh Dad, Poor Dad, He’s Kept Me in the Closet and I’m Feeling So Sad||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:52||Will's (Eric McCormack) ideal relationship with his loving father (guest star and Oscar-winning director Sydney Pollack) sours when his dad prepares to accept an award at his company's dinner banquet but tries to dissuade his son from attending because he's told everyone that Will is married to Grace (Debra Messing). Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) plots to have Jack (Sean Hayes) rendezvous with the man (guest star Perry King, "Riptide") whom she thinks is the father he's never met.||35.||Season 2, Episode 13: Acting Out||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||When a kiss between two gay men scheduled to air on TV doesn't happen, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) go to the network to complain and have an unexpected meeting with the "Today" show's Al Roker (gueststarring as himself). Debra Messing and Megan Mullally also star in this episode partially shot on the streets of New York City.||36.||Season 2, Episode 14: Seeds of Discontent||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:54||Will's (Eric McCormack) best friend from high school, Claire (guest star Megyn Price, "Lateline"), comes to visit, with an unusual request - she would like her former classmate to donate the fruit of his loins so she can have a baby. Grace (Debra Messing) is NOT pleased. Also starring Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally.||37.||Season 2, Episode 15: Sweet and Sour Charity||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:28||After winning a call-in radio contest for prized concert tickets, Grace (Debra Messing) vows to reciprocate and volunteers her time to charity, but when she recruits Will (Eric McCormack) to join her at a community center, she quickly begs off her commitment when it conflicts with her busy social calendar. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) don't escape either from Grace's newfound charity which forces Karen to rifle through her closet - and allows Jack to accidentally donate a pair of Karen's most-prized shoes. Shelly Morrison guest stars as Rosario.||38.||Season 2, Episode 16: Hey La, Hey La, My Ex-Boyfriend’s Back||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||Will's (Eric McCormack) ex-boyfriend Michael (guest star Chris Potter) is back in town and Will gets the vibe that he just might want to rekindle their relationship. In a rare moment of self-evaluation, Karen (Megan Mullally) decides that it's time for her to become a more involved employee at Grace Adler Designs and asks Grace (Debra Messing) for some added responsibilities. Also starring Sean Hayes.||39.||Season 2, Episode 17: Advise and Resent||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:52||When Will (Eric McCormack) is set up on a blind date (guest star Michael E. Rodgers) by his boss (guest star Gregory Hines), he has internal debates on whether or not to go. Of course, Jack (Sean Hayes) gives Will advice on how to be a good blind date. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) continues to struggle with her wimpy boyfriend Josh (guest star Corey Parker) as Karen (Megan Mullally) doles out some typically un-wanted advice.||40.||Season 2, Episode 18: An Affair to Forget||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:53||When Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) and Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) announce that they are getting married, Grace (Debra Messing) feels forced to reveal to Will (Eric McCormack) that she once slept with Rob - a secret that surfaces at Ellen's bachelorette party, and prompts Ellen to seek revenge. During Rob's bachelor party, Jack (Sean Hayes) is confused and baffled by his reactions to the entertainment. Megan Mullally also stars.||41.||Season 2, Episode 19: There But for the Grace of Grace||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:54||It's a scary glimpse into the future for Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) when they visit their curmudgeonly retired college professor (guest star Orson Bean) only to discover that he is a bitter old man that has a "Grace" (guest star Piper Laurie) of his own. Meanwhile, Karen (Megan Mullally) must confront her most mortal enemy - the kitchen - when Stan requests a home cooked meal for his birthday, and she looks to Jack (Sean Hayes) and Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) to come to her rescue.||42.||Season 2, Episode 20: The Hospital Show||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:48||While on a blind date, Will (Eric McCormack) finds out that Karen's husband Stan has had a heart attack and rushes to the hospital to be with the gang. Will, Jack (Sean Hayes), Grace (Debra Messing), and Rosario (guest-star Shelly Morrison) all speculate on who Karen (Megan Mullally) will turn to for her inevitable emotional breakdown. After all, who will pay the bills if Stan dies?||43.||Season 2, Episode 21: My Best Friend's Tush||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:50||Grace (Debra Messing) discovers that one of Karen's (Megan Mullally) friends is the notorious Helena Barnes (guest star Joan Collins, "Dynasty"), one of New York's most-celebrated interior designers, and her primary competition for a lucrative design job. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) might regret it when he convinces Will (Eric McCormack) to help him try to obtain financing for his latest venture, The Subway Tush - a portable seat to make subway rides comfy.||44.||Season 2, Episode 22: Girls, Interrupted||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:51||Grace (Debra Messing) becomes chummy with her unpredictable neighbor Val (guest star Molly Shannon, NBC's "Saturday Night Live," who reprises a character she formerly played) from down the hall, and while the pair surprisingly find they share a mutual rapport, Grace's glow dims when she tells Will (Eric McCormack) that a sentimental music box has disappeared during her new pal's visit. Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) poses as a straight man to attend a party for former homosexuals who have become heterosexual - fully intent on swaying a new convert (Neil Patrick Harris, "Stark Raving Mad") back to his side of the gender-preference aisle. Megan Mullally also stars.||45.||Season 2, Episode 23: Ben? Her?, Pt. 1||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:00||Unknown to Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) has a romantic dalliance with his boss Ben (guest star Gregory Hines), but when Will finds out, she makes him promise not to interfere. At the same time, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) kindly informs Jack (Sean Hayes) that she wants a divorce so she can marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) gardener; Ben and Jack compete at tap after Jack boasts about his fancy dancing, and the season ends with living arrangements taking an interesting twist for the four Manhattan friends. Part 1 of 2.||46.||Season 2, Episode 24: Ben? Her?, Pt. 2||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:00||Unknown to Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) has a romantic dalliance with his boss Ben (guest star Gregory Hines), but when Will finds out, she makes him promise not to interfere. At the same time, Rosario (guest star Shelley Morrison) kindly informs Jack (Sean Hayes) that she wants a divorce so she can marry Karen's (Megan Mullally) gardener; Ben and Jack compete at tap after Jack boasts about his fancy dancing, and the season ends with living arrangements taking an interesting twist for the four Manhattan friends. Part 2 of 2.||47.||Season 3, Episode 1: New Will City||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||Will (Eric McCormack) finally returns from his Caribbean working vacation and tries to help a confused Grace (Debra Messing) decide between her two sub-par boyfriends [guest stars Corey Parker and Gregory Hines (not seen)] but he gets a rude awakening when he jealously discovers that Jack (Sean Hayes) has insinuated himself with Grace in his absence - making him feel like odd man out. Elsewhere, when Karen (Megan Mullally) also arrives back from the Caribbean with expensive contraband, she cons poor Rosario (Shelley Morrison) into taking the fall and the jail time when they encounter customs.||48.||Season 3, Episode 2: Fear and Clothing||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:38||Will's (Eric McCormack) apartment resembles a disheveled boarding house when a rattled Grace (Debra Messing) seeks refuge after someone tries to break into her apartment, but her needy presence - combined with Jack (Sean Hayes) and his latest entourage - force the longsuffering Will to demand that one of them must go. Meanwhile, Will may yet earn a Nobel Peace Prize when he tries to mediate in the lengthy cold war between a feuding Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack. Shelley Morrison also stars.||49.||Season 3, Episode 3: Husbands and Trophy Wives||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:37||Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) can't wait to arrive at the house of two old friends (guest stars Jerry Levine, Tim Bagley) who are known for their wild parties but they discover that the former party animals are now sedately raising an adopted baby girl - and Will shocks Jack when he volunteers to test his shaky parenting skills by babysitting her for them. Elsewhere at a snooty yacht club, Grace (Debra Messing) believes that Karen (Megan Mullally) is jealous of her romantic relationship with Ben (guest star Gregory Hines) but then later regrets taunting her.||50.||Season 3, Episode 4: Girl Trouble||Get Subtitle||Mirror 2||21:37||Grace's (Debra Messing) delight in having a bright intern (guest star Natasha Lyonne, "Slums of Beverly Hills") whom she can mentor turns into horror when the young woman re-makes herself into the spitting image of sassy, brassy Karen (Megan Mullally) - and that's at least one too many Karens to handle. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) volunteer to act out scenes for a gay sensitivity seminar for the local police but the peaceful intent is lost when they tussle with two lesbian (guest stars Suzanne Krull and Henriette Mantel) cast members who strongly object to their non-inclusive, sexist language. Shelley Morrison also stars.|
First of all, you will need to download the Will & Grace, The Complete Series videos.
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When you are done downloading the Videos, follow the processes below to Add the subtitle file to your Will & Grace, The Complete Series videos
You can get the .Srt subtitle files for each episode in Will & Grace, The Complete Series by following the "Get Subtitle" Link beside every Episode above. You will be taken to a page where you can now select the appropriate subtitle file for your downloaded episode.
Alternatively, you can use the "Mirror 2" link if the first does not work for you!
To Add Subtitle files to your VLC Player, follow these steps accordingly:
1. Move the subtitle file into the same folder as your video file.
2. Rename the subtitle file with exactly the same name as your video file, so you have two files like this: Will & Grace, The Complete Series_Episode_1.avi and Will & Grace, The Complete Series_Episode_1.srt.
3. Play your video in VLC. You should now see subtitles appear over your movie. If you don’t, double check the .srt file is correctly named, then close and restart VLC before playing again..
1. Download the .srt file from above.
2. Upload your video to YouTube. When configuring your upload, click “Captions”.
3. Click “Add a Caption Track” and browse to select your .srt file.
4. Select the language from the drop-down, and make sure “Caption file” is selected, not “Transcript file”.
5. Upload the .srt file.
. 7. Clicking the “CC” icon in the YouTube player turns the subtitles on.
8. This method also works to watch a Youtube video (not uploaded by you) with subtitles
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