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Is Megan Mullally really 62?
November 16th, 2020 under Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman. [ Comments: none ]


Megan Mullally posted a makeup-free Selfie and said, “hey y’all. i just turned 62 and i think my skin looks pretty goddamn good. if you agree, you might want to check out my secret weapon.”

What is her secret weapon? I mean, it is obviously working. She says it is, “Magic Face Oil from Folk Potions. i actually like all of their products (the cbd balm is real cute in partic), but the Magic Face Oil might be a little, well, magic 🧚🏼‍♀️.”

Seriously, that stuff is magic because she looks at least half her age. I think she looks younger than some of her Will & Grace co-stars. I won’t mention names, but you know who.

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The Parks & Recreation special is as delightful as the show
April 30th, 2020 under Amy Poehler, Chris Pratt, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Rob Lowe. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 8:30pp on NBC, the cast of Parks & Recreation comes out of their five-year retirement to inform us about COVID-19. The half-hour scripted special is a creative way to teach everyone what do and what not to do during this pandemic. They make learning how to protect yourself from Coronavirus fun.

Leslie Knope (Amy Poehler)! Ron Swanson (Nick Offerman)! Tom Haverford (Aziz Ansari)! Ann Perkins (Rashida Jones)! April Ludgate (Aubrey Plaza)! Andy Dwyer (Chris Pratt! Ben Wyatt (Adam Scott)! Chris Traeger (Rob Lowe)! Donna Meagle (Retta)! and Garry Gergich (Jim O’Heir)! They all get together tonight, but due to social distancing, they are all apart. How are the married couples going to do that? You just have to see how they explain it. That and to see what everyone else in Pawnee is up to after all of these years.

The episode starts off with Leslie talking to her husband, Ben, on Facetime. When she gets off the phone with him, it is time for her to start her phone chain. Her first call is to Ron, and he is thrilled to see her. Well, as thrilled as Ron can get. When he gets off the phone with her, it is time to move on to the next person. Then the chain keeps on going until someone has to talk to Gary.

In between phone calls, they appear on TV shows because Leslie wants the townspeople to know some of the dangers of being home all the time can have on a person’s mentality.

Eventually, they all get on Zoom and we get the best moment from the enjoyable episode. The type of episode you can and should watch with your whole family. You don’t have to be a fan of the show to adore tonight’s special.

Show creator Mike Schur says it only took 45 minutes to get everyone on board to do it. What got them all to say yes so quickly? He says, “Like a lot of other people, we were looking for ways to help and felt that bringing these characters back for a night could raise some money,”

The show is raising money for Feeding America’s COVID-19 Response Fund. State Farm and Subaru of America will each make matching donations of $150,000, while NBC and Parks & Rec will match $500,000 in donations up until May 21st.

What more do you need to watch?

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Will & Grace says goodbye…again tonight
April 23rd, 2020 under Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]


When Will & Grace aired the first time, I didn’t watch it. Then before it came back to NBC for the revival, I binged the whole first run. That was when I realized why everyone loved it. Even though the show was 20 years old, the laughs still seemed fresh.

Of course, that made me wonder if they would still be able to do that. The answer, as we know, is yes. Sadly, today I am sad. The sitcom is saying goodbye once again. I can’t remain sad for too long because they go out with an episode that made me laugh from the beginning until the end.

I don’t want to say too much because I want you to enjoy it like I did. However, I will tell you a little about it. Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) are not only preparing for their babies that are due like any second, but they are also getting ready to say goodbye to Manhattan. Last week, they bought a house in the suburbs together to raise their children.

Jack (Sean Hayes) is still an understudy on a Broadway show, and tonight he might become more than one. If that is not enough, Karen (Megan Mullally) gets an offer she cannot refuse.

By the end of the episode, we get the perfect farewell episode with some surprise guest stars.

Anyone, who is a fan of the show, will not be disappointed with how they end things. They leave us wanting more episodes because we love this show, but it is also a satisfying end for the second run of Will & Grace.

Thank you for the laughs! I know we will see you again.

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Will & Grace pays tribute to I Love Lucy tonight
April 9th, 2020 under Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]


Tonight at 9p on NBC, Will & Grace goes back to the ’50s as they pay tribute to another sitcom.

Grace (Debra Messing), Jack (Sean Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally) all ask Will who he thinks is the most like Lucielle Ball. When he doesn’t give an answer, they imagine themselves doing one of her iconic scenes from the legendary series.

Grace goes first and she recreates the Vitameatavegamin commercial. You can tell that Messing was meant to be a Lucy. She looks just like her. So much so, you would think she was Lucy.

Jack imagines working in the chocolate factory with Ethel (Messing), and their boss is Lucie Arnaz. In case you don’t know, she is Ball and Desi Arnaz’s daughter. Back to Jack, you can tell he was inspired by the comedienne.

Finally, Karen smashes some grapes with a surprise guest. I try to be positive, but I was very disappointed by Mullally’s performance on tonight’s episode. Maybe I was not in on the joke, but I expected better from her.

Then there is Will, who plays Ricky Ricardo in all of the segments. As much as I would have wanted to see him as Lucy, he is the perfect Ricky to their Lucys.

Who is the biggest Lucy of them all? You just have to watch to see.

If Desi and Lucy were alive today, they would be applauding the whole episode. You don’t have to be a fan of either show to enjoy tonight’s episode. You just have to be a fan of laughing.

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Will & Grace says goodbye again on April 23rd
March 26th, 2020 under Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Nick Offerman, Sean Hayes. [ Comments: none ]


We have known for a while that Will & Grace was ending again this season, and today we found out when it’s sexond series finale is going to air. NBC announced that Will Grace and Jack and Karen will say goodbye to each other again on April 23rd.

Before, their final episode debuts, we will get a 30-minute retrospective hosted by Eric McCormack at 8:30p. It will feature clips from both runs along with comments from superfans like Norman Lear and Elton John.

Then at 9p, it is time for the finale “It’s Time,” with the apartment packed up, Will (Eric McCormack) is determined to not reminisce about his life in the city or his ex, McCoy (guest star Matt Bomer). Grace (Debra Messing), on the verge of giving birth, keeps having false alarms of going into labor. At the behest of Stan, Karen (Megan Mullally) goes to the top of the Statue of Liberty to get closure with her ex-husband. Jack’s (Sean Hayes) dream of taking a bow on a Broadway stage becomes a very real possibility. Minnie Driver and Brian Jordan Alvarez guest star.

I wonder if in a few years, when they bring the show back for a third time if they will make Will and Grace’s children disappear again?

I don’t know about you, but I am sad to say sayonara to the sitcom again.

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