Moveable Feast is the two-part ninth episode of the fourth season and seventy-sixth overall. It is the third Thanksgiving episode and similar to the others, it introduces several family members of the main characters.
Will, Grace, Jack and Karen cook their own turkey for a Thanksgiving dinner at their apartment but agree that each has to drop by their families first: Will at his mother's at Connecticut, Grace at her Aunt Honey's in Schenectady, Jack at his stepfather's hotel so he can meet Elliot, and Karen at Stan in prison.
- Eric McCormack (Will Truman)
- Debra Messing (Grace Adler)
- Sean Hayes (Jack McFarland)
- Megan Mullally (Karen Walker)
- Shelley Morrison (Rosario Salazar)
- Michael Angarano (Elliot)
- Debbie Reynolds (Bobbi Adler)
- Lainie Kazan (Aunt Honey)
- Jon Tenney (Paul Truman)
- Neil Vipond (Julius)
- Kenneth Mars (Uncle Sid)
- Helen Slater (Peggy)
- Nick Offerman (Nick the Plumber)
- Beau Bridges (Daniel McFarland)
- Blythe Danner (Marilyn Truman)
- Clinton Leupp (Lawrence)
- Murray Gershenz (Uncle Funny)
- Gene Elman (Uncle Winnie)
- Aunt Honey, Paul, Peggy, Daniel's first (and only) appearance.
- Bobbi Adler does her version of the famous Adler Told-you-so song and dance.
- Julius says to Will that they "meet again, for the first time." This is a reference to their first meeting in 1985 when Will was still in the closet.
- Sam Truman, Bonnie, Nathan, George and Tina are mentioned but do not appear.
- Will and Grace idolize homemaking guru Martha Stewart.
- Rosario was told they were going to eat at Tony Roma's, a restaurant famous for its steaks.
- Madonna's "Holiday" was playing on the rental SUV.
- Bobbi Adler's career of playing gender-bending roles is once again referred to when they mention Queen Lear (gender reversed version of King Lear) and The Ice Person Cometh (The Ice Man Cometh).
- Daniel recalls that once he gave Jack a ball for his birthday and he "put it in his shirt and told everyone he was pregnant with George Michael's baby". Michael was a popular sex icon during the 1970s.
- When they arrived at Bobbi's house, she was singing On with the Show's Am I Blue? on piano.
- Will mentions that if they do not drop by his mother's, she will "summon a winter that'll last a thousand years," a reference to the White Witch in The Chronicles of Narnia who conjured a winter that was stopped after 100 years.
- Jack mentions wanting a "Beautiful Crissy doll with beautiful hair that grows," a popular doll sold in the 70s.
- Uncle Sid refers to Will as Jan Murray, a prominent comedian during the 1950-1960s era.
|Jack:||My mom is making me. If I don't go, she won't pay half my rent.|
|Will:||I pay half your rent.|
|Jack:||Yeah, so does Karen.|
You gays and your discipline. No wonder you all end up in the clergy. — Karen, When Will insists they keep the schedule