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Will and Grace is a comedy that stars Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullaly. The show centers around a group of friends named Will, Grace, Jack and Karen. Will is a lawyer, and he is gay. He met grace when they were in high school, and they even dated. Grace was crushed to find out that Will was gay because she loved him so much. Will did not want to hurt Grace, and eventually they decided to be just friends.

Will had a hard time coming out, and Jack was the one who helped him come out of the closet. Jack is a very flamboyant person who is an actor and often makes insults to both Will and Grace. Jack sponges off of Will at times, and he is very into himself and his appearance. He dreams of being on Broadway or TV.

Will is more of an uptight person who gives advice to his friends. Grace is an interior designer who has her own business. Karen is her assistant. She is rich and only took the job to get away from her husband Stan. Karen does not do a lot of assisting as she is always drinking booze and popping pills. She and Jack become close friends and confidants.

Karen has a housekeeper named Rosario who Jack has to marry as a favor to Karen because she will be deported. Rosario is brutally honest and keeps Karen in line even though Karen is her boss. Both Will and Grace are unlucky in the love department. Near the end of the series, Grace meets her Prince Charming. He is a man named Leo and he is a doctor. The two do marry but end up breaking up when Leo cheats on her while he is away doing work for Doctor without Borders. The two reconcile after Grace gets pregnant and has a little girl named Lily.

Will meets a nice man named Vince and the two end up adopting a son together. He and Grace eventually rekindle their friendship after Grace goes back to Leo. The series is known for its quick witty comebacks which are often uttered by Jack and Karen.

NBC
9 Seasons, 200 Episodes
September 21, 1998
Comedy
7.2/10
Cast: Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes
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  • When Karen's has trouble dealing with a personal tragedy, Will, Grace, and Jack's try to intervene. Will and Grace's new business relationship begins to show signs of stress.

  • Grace tries for her biggest job yet: decorating a string of boutique hotels for an obnoxious mogul. Meanwhile, Will is surprised at his reaction to making Senior Partner; Beverly Leslie discloses his secret to Karen; and Jack owns half of a winning lottery ticket.

  • Jack is stunned to learn that his estranged son, Elliot, has a son of his own, Skip. Moreover, Skip needs the kind of help only Will and Jack can provide. In other events, Grace and Karen behave badly with the hot new guy at work.

  • Will and Jack try to date younger guys but find it challenging. Grace and Karen experience a crisis that reveals Grace's true feelings about Karen.

  • We pick up with Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen 11 years since we last saw them. Will and Grace both falter when their political beliefs are put to the test. Jack and Karen help Will and Grace hide their secret shame from each other, but the truth finally comes out.

  • The culmination of eight seasons ends tonight with a one-hour series finale - will Will and Grace raise a child together and find ultimate happiness? Will Jack find anyone that loves him as much as he loves himself? Will Karen find true happiness with the absence of Stan? All these questions and more will be answered as this groundbreaking series concludes eight amazing seasons.

  • The culmination of eight seasons ends tonight with a one-hour series finale - will Will and Grace raise a child together and find ultimate happiness? Will Jack find anyone that loves him as much as he loves himself? Will Karen find true happiness with the absence of Stan? All these questions and more will be answered as this groundbreaking series concludes eight amazing seasons.

  • Will grapples with the untimely death of his father after their last encounter; Grace begins to doubt her potential to be a good mother.

  • A big corporation takes over OutTV and completely revamping Jack's talk-show and gives him a conservative co-host. Meanwhile, Karen decides she wants a baby of her own and offers to pay a make-up lady to carry one for her.

  • While Jack talks Will into going to a cowboy-themed gay bar to meet his new boyfriend, Grace's 'liberal guilt' leads her to hiring a minority as a second assistant, against Karens wishes.

  • A nervous Grace finally decides that it is time to tell Leo that she is pregnant with his child, but she receives some unexpected news when she works up enough courage to actually go and meet him. Meanwhile, Will is settling in with James and Jack tries to document every second of Grace's pregnancy for his talk show. Karen meanwhile sulks alone, jealous over the good fortunes of her friends.

  • As Grace prepares for her green-card marriage to James (Taye Diggs), she frets that Karen is going too far by planning an overly lavish spectacle including a performance by the legendary Hall and Oates.

  • The gang travels to Los Angeles to accompany Elliot while he visits UCLA. Coincidently, Will runs into James who's in jeopardy of being deported. After spending a perfect weekend together, Grace makes a proposal to keep Will and James from having to say 'good-bye' to each other... ever again...

  • Will and Grace are dreading a would-be dull dinner date with married friends Rob and Ellen, but the couple spices things up by making an important announcement. Their focus changes however when their server ends up being none other than Will's ex-boyfriend, Vince (guest star Bobby Cannavale). Elsewhere, after Jack decides he needs to spice up "JackTalk" by pulling an Oprah and helping a fan come out of the closet, he and Karen setup a bowling alley meeting with his fan when Karen is recruited to join a woman's league game as an emergency fill-in.

  • Grace is concerned and confused when Will so adamantly insists that she turn down her job offer from his former boss Margot, who has asked Grace to redecorate the law firm. When she takes the job after telling Will that she wouldn't, Grace learns some startling news that he has been hiding from her. Meanwhile, Jack discovers Karen's softer side when he finally sees what's inside the "forbidden room" at the Walker mansion.

  • Karen celebrates her birthday with some of New York's cr?me de la cr?me, but the festivities turn sour when she ends up crammed in the bathroom with Grace, Will and Jack, who have all embarrassed themselves at the party.

  • The "Sound of Music Sing-Along" has come to town and no one is more excited than Grace. She plans for her and Will to attend the musical in character-like style by dressing up in costumes. Meanwhile, Karen and Jack try to flee when she gets in trouble with the theater's manager, who blocks off the exits, trapping everyone inside and forcing them to plot their escape.

  • While spending the holidays at Will's mother Marilyn's house, Grace gets cozy with Will's brother and old flame Sam. Sam's adopted daughter finds a fan in Karen, who is intrigued by the little girl. Meanwhile, Jack helps Will's clearly gay ten-year-old nephew organize and perform a Christmas show, which Marilyn is thrilled about. Will is silently fuming, however, as Marilyn is much more tolerant of the young boy than she ever was of her own son.

  • Grace asks Jack for help on how to deal with her domineering mother, and on his first day Will pursues a slumlord.

  • The day before Will's charity auction and carnival, Jack meets and begins dating Baby Glenn.

  • Grace goes on a blind date and Jack gives Will swimming lessons.

  • Karen feels rattled by Stan's return and Will steps in to help her. Meanwhile Grace is labeled homophobic after her comments on Jack's talk show are misconstrued by gay men from all over New York.

  • LIVE SEASON PREMIERE - Grace contemplates having an affair with a married man. Elsewhere, Jack begins new career as a host of his new talk show "Jack Talk." Will gets some advice from Malcolm and tries to hide from Karen the fact that Stan is alive. Alec Baldwin and Eric Stoltz guest star, Shelly Morrison also stars.

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