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Top 10 Karen Walker Moments from Will & Grace

VO: Emily Brayton
She’s by far the funniest character on the show! Next to Jack of course! We’re taking a look at some of her funniest moment on “Will and Grace.” We’ve included moments like when Karen says no to drugs, when Karen brings juice boxes when babysitting, the slap fight with Jack, when she uses her assets to try and get out of a parking ticket and when she announces Beverly Leslie’s sexuality over an A.P.A!

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Top 10 Karen Walker Moments on “Will & Grace”

Oh Karen Walker, how we love you. Welcome to MsMojo, and today we’ll be counting down our picks for the Top 10 Karen Walker Moments on “Will & Grace”.

For this list, we’ll be looking at the funniest and most memorable Karen Walker moments on Will & Grace. And just be aware, there may be some spoilers ahead.

#10: Gaining Karen’s Approval
“The Third Wheel Gets the Grace”

This may be one of the most well known scenes in “Will and Grace” history. When Karen and Jack are discussing his relationship with his son, Elliott, Jack expresses concern about whether or not he’s a good dad. As always, Karen has a solution: you have to buy things to get people to like you. So, Jack takes out his credit card and looks to Karen, stating that he needs to go to the ATM before going shopping. What’s the ATM? Yup, it’s Karen!

#9: Karen Says No to Drugs
“Nice in White Satin”

Karen, too afraid to look at the results of her own physical, rushes them over to Will so he can look at them first. While Karen is bargaining with God, Will reads the results and finds out that she’s totally fine– besides the fact that she needs to start taking calcium supplements. Why? Well… because it’s something rich people do, of course. For the first time in Karen’s adult life, though, she refuses to take something she knows nothing about, even though it’s good for her.

#8: Anastasia Beaverhausen
“My Best Friend’s Tush”

A woman like Karen Walker must have many aliases, as she’s lived a full and ventured life. Thanks to her connections, she helps Grace land a high profile client for her interior-decorating firm. There’s one problem, though: competition, and that’s where alias Anastasia Beaverhausen comes in. Karen, as Anastasia, will dig up whatever dirt she can on Grace’s competition, proving that even if she does things in an underhanded way, she’s one heck of a friend. You definitely want her on your side, that’s for sure.

#7: Juice Boxes
“Sour Balls”

Almost all of us have babysat before, right? It’s stressful, especially if there’s more than one kid. Grace is really looking forward to the experience of being a mom for a day, as she prepares the apartment for a fun time. Karen comes prepared too, if a little bit inappropriately. She brings the best kind of juice boxes, just not the ones kids are allowed to have: yep, boxes of wine. Grace may never be asked to babysit anyone’s children ever again, and she has Karen to thank for that.

#6: Better People
“Gypsies, Tramps and Weed”

It’s Will’s birthday, and he’s surrounded by his best friends. Grace is counting down the seconds until Will’s exact birthday along with Jack, but where’s Karen? Fashionably late, of course. While the trio talk and share gifts, Karen finally makes her appearance at the restaurant, reaching their table with a present in hand. She seems apologetic at first– until she spots some people she’d rather be sitting with. Ahh Karen - so close to being a decent person, yet so far!

#5: The Proper Reaction
“Three's a Crowd, Six is a Freak Show”

The human body does some strange and sometimes unsettling things. Karen, of course, is uncomfortable with these things. First, she can’t just let Grace cover up what she’s hiding on her lip and leave without being embarrassed. When all is revealed, Karen reacts… like Karen Walker would. Screaming, flailing, and falling into a giant stuffed bunny, all while in the middle of a toy store– otherwise known as keeping a level head. What a great friend you are, Karen Walker!

#4: The Slap Fight
“Coffee and Commitment”

If we’re honest with ourselves, we’ve all wanted to have a slap fight with our best friends at least once… right? Thankfully, we can live vicariously through Karen and Jack, who actually got to do this. Jack, addicted to caffeine thanks to a coffee slinging crush of his, and Karen, stuck at a dry event and desperate for alcohol, have both reached a limit with each other. What does one do when such a limit is reached? What else? After Karen expertly blocks the first two attempts from Jack, the game is on. Ah, true friendship.

#3: I Support You
“Saving Grace Again: Part 1”

After Karen, Jack, and Will try to set up Grace on a date, she decides to go out with the guy that Will chose for her. Grace is all dressed up in a beautiful black gown, and is ready to leave for her date– that is, until Karen stops her on her way out. She proceeds to try and adjust Grace’s “assets” – just like Will had done earlier. But apparently, as Karen hilariously claims, that’s not what she was doing. Whatever you say, Karen!

#2: Coming Out in a Big Way
“Friends with Benefits”

By now, we know Karen likes to handle things in her own special way. So Karen, in her infinite wisdom, took it upon herself to announce the sexual orientation of her frenemy Beverley Leslie– over an A.P.A in front of the Republican Party. He threatens to sue Karen for defamation, while she seems completely unfazed, claiming he must have misunderstood what went down. Of course, we find out that there was no misunderstanding– with Karen clearly stating, “Beverley Leslie is a homosexual.”

Before we reveal our top pick, here are a few honorable mentions:

Gin Soup
“The Birds and the Bees”

Help Me Slap You
“Cheatin’ Trouble Blues”

Trick or Treat Fail
“It’s the Gay Pumpkin, Charlie Brown”

#1: Use Your Assets!
“Courting Disaster”

Never let it be said that Karen doesn’t do things for herself. It’s just that, when she does, sometimes, it doesn’t end up well. For instance, driving. Don’t let her do it, ever. At least this time she appeared sober, just not sensible, as she was pulled over for speeding. When asked for her license and registration, she presented her assets, naming one “license” and the other “registration.” Of course, this doesn’t work, especially considering Will later goes on a date with the cop. But we can’t blame Karen for trying…

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