Karen has to shower at Will & Grace's place because Stan froze all her assets, forcing Karen to live in her limo. Will's retired boss's business partner, Mr. Stein, arrives from the law firm's London office to "turn the company around". And he's quite upset because of the deficiencies of the firm's N.Y. office. And a little bit... eccentric.
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[after Karen leaves Stan and is forced to live in her limo, Grace and Jack try to convince her to come and stay with one of them
Honey, if I gave in to every persuasive argument I'd be in some kind of crazy three-way marriage with Maury Povich and Connie Chung!
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