Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

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The Truth About Will & Dogs - S1-E10

Corrected entry: When Will and Grace go and see a movie you can hear the Titanic theme song, but when they get back Grace mentions that Will couldn't even sit through a ninety minute movie. Titanic is more then a ninety minute movie, in fact it is over twice that length.

00:32:25 - 00:37:40

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Correction: Perhaps the music we hear is simply from a trailer for Titanic, followed by the ninety minute film which gave Will so much trouble.

The Buying Game - S1-E8

Corrected entry: When Jack goes back to Karen's place for the last time to tell her that he no longer wants to massage her, he says "I took an oath in front of God and my mother, I'm here, I'm Queer get used to it." But his mother doesn't know that he's gay until they mention it in "Homo For The Holidays" in Season 2.

00:19:15

FernyBoy

Correction: He doesn't mean he stated it to his mother directly, it is like swearing on someone's soul or grave, you don't actually place your hand on anything. It is just a figure of speech.

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