Last of the Really Odd Lovers is the 23rd episode of the third season, and the 69th overall.
Grace hates herself for her fatal attraction to Nathan and wants to keep her embarrassing romance with him a secret; likewise, Will prefers to maintain discretion in his relationship with a much younger man. Meanwhile, Jack revels in the attention lavished on him by Grace's eccentric friend, Val.
- Eric McCormack (Will Truman)
- Debra Messing (Grace Adler)
- Sean Hayes (Jack McFarland)
- Megan Mullally (Karen Walker)
- Woody Harrelson (Nathan)
- Molly Shannon (Val Bassett)
- Branden Williams (Scott Sender)
- Adam Barr (Guy)
- This is the first episode where we see Will kiss a man in a non-platonic way.
- This marks the third appearance of Val Bassett.
- Producer and screenwriter Adam Barr has a cameo appearance as the guy to whom Val repeatedly shows Jack's signature on her chest.
- The title is a reference to the 1972 film, Last of the Red Hot Lovers.
- The song that Jack performs for Jack 2001 is "Arthur's Theme". He also references 2001: A Space Odyssey.
- Will refers to the 1994 film Nell when describing Grace who "grew up without people". In the film, the titular character (played by Jodie Foster) faces society for the first time after growing up in an isolated cabin.
- A ragtime piano rendition of Jan Garber's Baby Face (1927) plays in the background during Will's date with Scott.