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What did Will & Grace get for the 20th anniversary of filming?
March 18th, 2018 under Debra Messing, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]

On March 17, 1998, Will & Grace filmed their pilot and 20 years later they are still going strong. So strong that for their anniversary, NBC not only ordered 5 more episodes for next season, they also ordered a third season. That’s right, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally got picked up for a third season before the first one even finished airing. Not bad, not bad at all

Which is a smart move because unlike other revivals, they have remained true to the original. Giving the longtime fans something to look forward to every Thursday night. Congrats!

BTW the top photo was taken during season 1 and the bottom one was snapped yesterday, proving they have not aged a day on 20 years.

UPDATE: Megan Mullally shared the post-it the cast got about the good news. To read, then click here!


Will & Grace takes the cake tonight!
March 15th, 2018 under Debra Messing, NBC, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]

Tonight at 9p on NBC, Will & Grace gets political. But the bigger story is that Will and Jack finally have the talk.

That’s right, we have waited almost nineteen and a half years for Jack (Sean Hayes) and Will (Eric McCormack) to finally reveal if they can ever see their friendship turning into something more and tonight’s the night. What happens that makes them have that talk? You just have to watch. What do they say to each other? Like I am ever going to tell you that before the episode airs. Would you really want me to?

Also on the episode, Karen (Megan Mullally) needs a cake for the birthday party she is throwing for Donald Trump at her house, but the bakery refuses to make it for her. Instead of taking them on by herself, she does the next best thing. She calls Grace (Debra Messing) to do it. Will the staunch Hillary supporter help Karen out? It is a real conundrum for her. She is a die hard Democrat, but she believes everyone deserves to have their cake and eat it too. It is a tough call for her and a very funny one for us. Especially because you see Messing show off her Lucille Ball comedy skills several times tonight.

While I normally hate when scripted shows get political these days (because I watch them to get away from it all), Will & Grace finds a way to work it in so it is not annoying and preachy.

And did I mention that Will and Jack have the talk tonight? That is more than enough of a reason for any W&G fan to watch tonight’s episode. Because their heart to heart is very pleasing for us, just like the whole season of the revival has been so far.


Sean Hayes teaches Ellen DeGeneres about blow jobs!
October 25th, 2017 under Ellen DeGeneres, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]

Two weeks ago, Sean Hayes almost died when part of his small intestine burst open spewing poison into his body. Luckily, Grandpa Jack from Will & Grace went to the hospital in enough time, so that he is with us today.

Not only that, since he is alive, today he will make up that Ellen DeGeneres appearance he cancelled on because he was in the hospital. Since he is almost all better, he can have some fun with her by playing a game he learned in the hospital. He brought a contraption they use to test your lung strength. The goal is to get the three balls to the top. When Ellen asked him, “Do you suck, not blow;” you know his reaction would be perfect. He told the audience, “Of course, I’d have to teach her!” Spoken like a true Gay man to his Lesbian friend!

How did Ellen do? Much better than I did when I gave my first blow job!


Will & Jack become chicken hawks tonight!
October 5th, 2017 under Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]

Back in 1998, when Will & Grace aired the first time, Will (Eric McComrack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) were the young hot guys at the club that all the old men wanted to date. Now almost 20 years later, they are the hawks looking at those chicken to chow down on.

Tonight at 9p on Will & Grace, the two men realize dating is a whole lot different and touger to do now and that is not the only thing that is different. Will is the hottie and Jack is the nottie. While Will lands a date with a 23-year-old Ben Platt, Jack has a date with Karen who is going to transform her old friend into a hot young stud. It is a painful process for him and a funny one for us.

Now that our two male leads are on their dates, we get to see how much has changed not only for their characters, but more importantly for Gay rights.

Also tonight Grace (Debra Messing) and Karen (Megan Mullally) get into a fight that you do not want to miss. One that has to be one of the funnest moments for them ever to film on the recently revived sitcom.

While Will & Grace & Jake & Karen are getting older, the revival is getting younger. If you did not know that there was an 11 year hiatus between the last go around and this one, you would never know because it is as though no time has passed between them. The new episodes are just as funny as the older ones if not better. Thus you do not want to miss a single second of this sitcom tonight or any other Thursday night.


Is there tension between Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack?
September 25th, 2017 under Do they have something to tell us?, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]

We are three days away from the series premiere of the Will & Grace revival and it looks like not everyone in the cast is getting along. Even though, Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack play best friends on the NBC sitcom, it looks like a completely different story when the cameras are not rolling.

Does that mean that Will and Jack had a falling out? I guess we will have to tune in starting this Thursday to find out. But I think we already know that these two actors are just having some fun with each other. Even though, their expressions seem real. I guess that is why they call it acting.

BTW I just started binging the original run this weekend and I am surprised by how much I love it. Why didn’t anyone tell me how great this show is when it originally aired?


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