The cast of Will & Grace got together to support Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman at their comedy show and they haven’t aged since the sitcom debuted in 1998. I seriously wasn’t sure if this photo of Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Mullally and Sean Hayes was shot in 2016 or 1998 because they still look the same. Ageing has been very kind to them, don’t you think?
Debra Messing and Mariska Hargitay had a girls day out, so they didn’t feel the need to put on any makeup.
You don’t need a detective from the Special Victims Unit to see that 47 year old Grace and 52 year old Benson are natural beauties. The only mystery for Laura to solve is how the two of them get prettier with age?
There is a big mystery today and that is why did NBC cancel The Mysteries of Laura. While the female driven procedural did not do that well in the ratings, it had a loyal following and did better than a lot of the other NBC shows that were not created by Dick Wolf. Plus, if they would’ve kept it on another season, I am sure that it there would’ve been syndication interest. Hopefully, the studio will decide to shop around the Debra Messing starrer because I could see Hallmark Channel, TNT or Lifetime picking it up.
Debra Messing is filming Dirty Dancing and they gave her a new look for it. But to me instead of looking like a Jewish mother in the Catskills, I think she looks like a Geisha. Seriously, with the white skin and her hair dyed black and rolled up like that, doesn’t she look more like a Japanese entertainer?
Granted this is just her in hair and makeup, I am sure she will look differently in the TV movie. Either way, when she is done filming, I hope she makes some time to go tanning. Because being whiter than a ghost is not a good look on her.
Last week when The Mysteries of Laura left off, Captain Santiani (Callie Thorne) was shot and killed by an assassin during a press conference. As Jake (Josh Lucas) is looking into the projection of the bullet, they realize that Santiani might not have been the target and Laura (Debra Messing) might’ve been the one they are after. Now. they are on a deadline to find out who fired the gun before they kill again.
The season finale is full of a lot of twist and turns, with you never knowing what happens next until it happens. But the biggest surprise comes at the end with a cliffhanger you don’t want to miss.
But the most memorable moment is between Laura and Max (Max Jenkins), you will know what it is when it happens.
The Mysteries of Laura didn’t have a Sophomore slump like so many other shows, and I hope that NBC gives it a third season. If not NBC, then USA that really needs a show like this since they pretty much cancelled all the enjoyable shows on their network except for Suits.