7. “Birds of a Feather Boa” (Season 8/ Episode 7)
Traci Lords plays Rose, an activist gathering signatures against the planned separation of two gay penguins at the zoo. In the process of opening up to Will, she accidentally realizes she is a lesbian. Meanwhile, Grace gets stuck in a dress at a funeral and Karen attempts to set her free saying, “Honey, I know how to get a woman out of a dress. I was very popular at Sarah Lawrence.”
8. “Buy, Buy Baby” (Season 8/ Ep 18)
BRITNEY SPEARS PLAYS A LESBIAN. Ahem, I mean, Miss Spears plays Jack’s new ultra-conservative co-host Amber Louise who admits she is a closeted lesbian just wanting to be on TV. Wanda Sykes also makes a guest appearance as Karen’s manhandled surrogate who takes Karen’s last name because she is “old-fashioned.”
9. “Queens For a Day” (Season 7/ Episode 10)
Will, trying to impress his boyfriend Vince’s mom on Thanksgiving, discourages Vince’s sister Ro from announcing that she is a lesbian. This episode wins for most lesbian stereotypes encapsulated in an episode of anything ever including but certainly not limited to Ani, Birkenstocks, football and multiple cats.
10. “East Side Story” (Season 6/ Episode 17)
Chloe Sevigny and Edie Falco play flipping dykes! A lesbian power couple of apartment flipping dykes who challenge Will and Grace on an East Side property that is. Grace convinces Will that the apartment is theirs and that she won’t let “a couple of Ellen-lovin’, Jenny Shimizu calendar-buyin’, Uggs in the summertime-wearin’, lady lovers” scare them off.
11. “Last Ex to Brooklyn” (Season 6/ Episode 2)
Leo invites his ex, played by Mira Sorvino, to dinner and Karen spends the evening propositioning her and complimenting her ka-tits. Any episode in which Karen lets her bi-flag fly deserves to make any and all best of lists. Period.
Here’s a little video reminder of the lesbian/bi magic on Will & Grace:
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