Will & Grace Lows in the Mid-Eighties: Part 1 (1998– ) Online
In a flashback to Thanksgiving 1985, coed Grace invites her college boyfriend Will home to meet her family, but their romantic relationship swerves dramatically when a conflicted Will phones a teenage Jack for some crucial advice. We also learn why the famous tennis player Martina Navratilova became a lesbian.
|Episode cast overview:|
|Eric McCormack||-||Will Truman|
|Debra Messing||-||Grace Adler|
|Megan Mullally||-||Karen Walker|
|Sean Hayes||-||Jack McFarland|
|Debbie Reynolds||-||Bobbi Adler|
|Sara Rue||-||Joyce Adler|
|Michael D. Trail||-||Guy|
|Martina Navratilova||-||Martina Navratilova|
Originally aired as a one hour Thanksgiving Special episode.
We learn that Grace and Will went to Columbia.
At one point Jack says to Will that "just me and you and a dog named Boo" are gay. This is a reference to the song "Me and You and a Dog Named Boo" by a singer called Lobo.
Jack answers his phone by saying "su-su-sudio". This is a reference to the song "Sussudio" by Phil Collins.
Jack tells Will over the phone that "there ain't no closet big enough" which is a reference to the song "Ain't No Mountain High Enough" by Marvin Gaye.