Funny / Will & Grace

  • Many of these, but the best episodes in the whole series were the ones with Alec Baldwin as the shady and mysterious Malcolm. Words. Justice. Cannot.
  • The wedding episode where Tim Curry guest stars is just plain hilarious. Especially when he kisses John Cleese on the lips and flirts with the bride.
    • Also-
      Tim Curry: It's too bad our father isn't alive to see this.
      John Cleese: What?
      Tim Curry: Oh, damn, I knew I forgot something...
    • "We Finsters have a long-standing family tradition of inviting the brother into the wedding bed. Now, now, I'm just checking to see if you think that's weird. Show of hands, how many of you-(Gets pushed off stage by John Cleese)"
    • "It's so touching that you're wearing Mother's suit on your wedding day."
  • Grace takes legal action against Will's law firm for an interior design job they refused to pay for. It comes down to an arbitration session but Grace keeps throwing in courtroom jargon inappropriately:
    Mr. Buhl: Miss Adler, though it's clear you know a lot of legal terms, you've yet to use a single one of them properly.
    Grace: May I approach the bench?
    Mr. Buhl: You'd have to build one first.
  • " What you worry about Karen, they might find blood in your alcohol?"
  • "It's Beelzebooze!"
  • One episode features Edward, Karen's Pastry Chef, who ends up having sex with Will and Karen.
    Edward: I don't believe in gay or straight. I refuse to limit pleasure. I like to think of myself as pansexual.
    Karen: Oh my God, he's been humping my pans.
    • At one point (after Karen has had a makeout session with Edward), Will notices the flour handprints on the seat of her skirt.
      Will: Please tell me a school teacher just helped you over a fence.
  • Will and Grace decide to have a baby. Jack and Karen think they're gonna do it the old fashioned way and prepare a bed for them. And they think they can watch.
    Jack: Yay! This is gonna be so disgusting!
  • Grace: (about Karen) We've gotta keep looking for her. She's out there all alone, the city's full of criminals and murderers. She could hurt one of them.
  • One Christmas Episode where the gang invite hotel personnel to their room and sing carols just to annoy them.
    • I remember the reason being that they wanted to go caroling but were too lazy to actually get up and do it. The closing scene of the episode involved all of them following some poor sod out the door as they sang. The icing on the cake was Leo hiking his leg in the air.
  • Will, Grace and Sandra Bernhardt sing Midnight Train To Georgia.
    Grace: I've got to go! I've got to go! I've got to go!
  • Jack and Will sing Lady Marmalade.
  • Karen helping Jack at the spelling bee (Eee a mouse, Eee!)
  • Will and Jack throw a bachelor party for one of their straight friends complete with stripper.
    Will: Why aren't they excited?
    Jack: You're supposed to say woo-hoo.
    Will: Woo-hoo!
  • Will's surprising fanboy-ism to Jennifer Lopez.
    "Waiting For Tonight!"
  • Jack & Grace sleeping in the limo of the now homeless Karen. She was sleeping in between them.
    Karen: Jack, that better be your penis. (turns to the other side) Grace, that better be your penis!
  • The gang delivers a eulogy at Stan's funeral.
    Grace: He was a great man.
    Will: He was a big man.
    Jack: He was a fat man.
  • Will and Jack walk into a place they are not sure is a gay bar, until Gloria Gaynor's "I Will Survive" starts playing.
  • Grace's water bra bursting.
    Will: I know I haven't been with a woman in a while but I'm pretty sure they're not supposed to do that.
  • Well, I'll need a little money from the ATM...
  • Grace sings "Mandy".
  • ALL of Karen's digs at Beverly Leslie, mostly about his Transparent Closet and diminutive stature.
    • Especially funny is when Leslie accuses Karen of outing him at a Republican fundraiser. Karen acts offended. Cue Jump Cut to flashback.
      Karen: (over loudspeaker) Attention, Republicans: Beverly Leslie is a homosexual.
  • Britney Spears episode, Britney Spears episode is hysterical (Buy Buy Baby) "Eat it Snort It Or Ride It baby"
    • "My real name is Pegg and I'm a hard core lesbian I'm into leather play, butch black girls, skunking, pulling the blinds and poodle balling. Whatever you got I'll eat it, snort it, or ride it baby
  • Jack lecturing Cher (who he thinks is a drag queen) on how to act like Cher.
    If I could turn back Taaa-oooom (Time).
    • It's not until Cher slaps him, a la Moonstruck - "Snap out of it!" - that Jack realizes it's really her.
  • Jack & Karen sing Mr. Sandman.
  • Jack gets Karen hired to appear with him filming an anti-sexual harassment video. The scene he does involves him putting his tongue in her ear, which she likes so much it ruins all the takes. When the scene gets scrapped, he looks at her and she's lying on a desk smoking a cigarette.
  • The season 9 trailer. So many moments.
    • It starts meta, with Will being happy that the head of NBC is giving their show back.
    • Apparently Karen's been sleeping on a couch on set for 10 years for a little "disco nap". "Guess I really needed the sleep."
    • Jack showing the apartment to a prospective buyer.
  • Will and Grace playing Heads Up in the first episode of season 9.
  • When decorating the Oval Office for Donald Trump, Grace tests a fabric sample against a Cheeto.
    • After she gets fired from the job, she still leaves something behind — a trucker hat that reads "Make America Gay Again".
  • Karen, who supported Trump, has apparently taken to shouting "Lock her up!" whenever Grace wears an outfit she doesn't like.
  • Grace looks inside a box on Trump's desk to find an English-Russian dictionary and a fidget spinner.
  • The pillow fight in the Oval Office.
  • Lorraine turns up at Rosario's funeral, and the tension and verbal catfight between her and Karen is so intense, Will and Grace can't even stand!
    • Karen insists that she and Lorraine will not have a threeway again.
    Karen: (to Lorraine) Do you know how humiliating it was for me to have to finish myself off in front of your father?!
    (Grace almost falls off of the pew she and Will are sitting on, her face likely mirroring that of the audience.)
  • From the Season 9 Christmas Episode "A Gay Olde Christmas":
    • Grace as Fanny in 1912 raves about a new food concoction. "Two chocolate biscuits with cream in between. They're called 'Ow-reeohs'."
      • Her reaction when she tries one dunked in milk. She practically falls off her chair.
    • Grace as Carolyne on Grace as Fanny's dress. "1880 called, they want their drapes back."
    • Jack as John Patrick's barrage of Unusual Euphemisms for Jack as William being gay.
  • In "Friends and Lover", Jack and Karen get infected by a commercial Ear Worm and resort to slapping it out of each other. It doesn't work.
  • Also from "Friendss and Lover", Jackson Boudreaux gives Will and Grace some Hopi bread made with a small amount of snake venom. Grace spits hers into her purse; Will tries the same, but Grace tells him to use something else.
    • In The Stinger, Jackson is in the hospital, calling his publisher to change the recipe for the Hopi bread.
  • Jack anticipating what everyone will say when he barges in at the beginning of "There's Something About Larry".
  • Val has her pain and pleasure centers mixed up, so when she's moaning in pain it sounds like an Immodest Orgasm.
    Jack: Now I want to get hit by a car.
  • Karen helping Jack be a Lyft driver and laughing at the practice script.
    Karen: Hello, Lyft driver, can you take me to the supermarket? [giggles uncontrollably] How can people say this with a straight face?
  • Grace joining Larry in singing "Far From The Home I Love" from Fiddler on the Roof, despite Will warning her not to.
  • Karen being on a scavenger hunt with Ivanka Trump. She mentions that monkeys are worth 1000 points while a live Kardashian sister is only 800.
  • This exchange.
    Grace: Did you just steal a police badge?
    Karen: Did you eat a whole platter of mini sliders?
    Grace: I'll keep your secret if you keep mine.
  • Will making friends with a couple of teenage girls at a baby shower, and eventually acting just like one.
  • Karen and Malcolm miming all the sex acts they won't do to each other.
    • Later, they give each other a goodbye kiss, using Smithy as a proxy.
    Smithy: Hashtag Me Too.