Will and Grace

Aired: Oct 30, 2003 , Thursday at 21:00 on NBC

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Episode Summary: Depressed over his decision to leave Doctors Without Borders, Leo turns to a motivated Will to rekindle his love for New York. However, when Will's version of "the best of New York" filled with long shopping trips and high tea doesn't do the trick, Leo decides to move in a different direction. Meanwhile, Jack teams up with his new coach Karen as they prepare more
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Actress Shelley Morrison, best known for playing maid Rosario Salazar on Will & Grace, died of heart failure on Sunday, her publicist confirmed to the Associated Press. She was 83. Though Morrison was only intended to appear in one Will & Grace episode, Rosario quickly became a fan-favorite character, and Morrison went on to play Karen Walker’s housekeeper for 68 episodes of the show’s original run. She did not reprise the role for NBC... more


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