Will & Grace

Will & Grace (1998)

3 corrected entries in season 2

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Advise and Resent - S2-E15

Corrected entry: When Will is talking with Jack in the pub table as they eat, Jack gives Will some helpful advise unintentionally. Between shots the green napkin Jack wears jumps onto the table.


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Correction: In one of the shots of Jack from behind, you can see his hand removing the napkin from his shirt and placing it on the table.


Acting Out - S2-E14

Corrected entry: When Jack is first talking to Sally at NBC, she is wearing a red hat with a brim. Later on when Will comes to the office she is wearing a dark purple turban. This is caused by a deleted scene.

00:13:25 - 00:14:40

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Correction: There is a scene with Grace in between these shots, and Sally has plenty of time to change her hat.


Guess Who's Not Coming to Dinner - S2-E1

Corrected entry: When Karen arrives for Grace's dinner party, she walks across the blanket Grace has set up and scatters some dishes. They talk for a moment, and when you next see the blanket, the dishes are back in place, yet neither of them touched them.

Correction: Grace quickly picks up the scattered dishes right before she opens the door.

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