On Thursday, Will & Grace once again showed a penchant for punch lines and gags that hit straight at the truth while staying topical.
For instance, Karen (Megan Mullally) tossed paper towel rolls at her hunky Puerto Rican office mate to harass him. Every time this happened, she was forced to shell out a grand to the PR hurricane relief fund.
Grace (Debra Messing) insisted all of them work on Saturday but Karen insisted her boss/buddy was scheduling them on the weekend to avoid her empty love life.
Toward this way of thinking, Karen spit out this memorable line to the divorcee: “You should be slinking home with your contacts in a shot glass, scratches on your back, and itches on your front.”
Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) were biding their weekend time when a boy showed up. Guess who? McFarland’s grandson.
Upon getting acquainted, they realized this younger guy who seemed to have a number of Jack’s most endearing traits, was on his way to camp.
He was headed upstate for Camp Straighten Arrow where his Texan-based mom and dad insisted he would learn a thing or two about who he is–or at least who they believed he should be.
Not so fast. Jack and Will managed to infiltrate the scene to expose the truth about lies the boy was hearing about homosexuality.
This alternative camp was run by Reggie (Andrew Rannells) and Roberta (Jane Lynch). Will lured Reggie, who passionately kissed the good-looking lawyer–twice–in front of the wide-eyed audience.
This gave Jack the opportunity to talk to his grandson about how life may be tough but that he’d find a way to spend it with others. Ever wise after much experience, Jack told this delightful kid that he will turn out to be “exactly who he’s supposed to be.”
Will & Grace airs Thursdays at 9 p.m., ET on NBC.