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Will & Grace Series Finale Says Goodbye a Second Time

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Gotta admit, that was not exactly what we were expecting. 

Will & Grace just said goodbye with its second series finale, and if you were hoping to see the birth of either Will or Grace's kids, you are out of luck. If you were hoping to finally meet Karen's husband Stan, you are out of luck. If you were hoping to actually see Jack perform on Broadway, you are out of luck. But if you wanted to see Matt Bomer('s character) return to get back together with Will, and if you wanted to see Karen reunite with her rival, Lorraine (Minnie Driver) then you are very much in luck, because those are the primary things that happened in this finale. 

Karen also got back together with an unseen Stan and Jack did get to dance on Broadway (though his legs might now be broken), and Grace did go into labor, but the big goodbye moment wasn't about us seeing the kids. It was more about Will and Grace coming to terms with the fact that it's no longer just going to be Will and Grace. Now it's Will, Grace, Matt Bomer('s character), Grace's kid, Will's kid, and probably Jack and Karen forever, and it will all be away from Will's apartment, and his couch, but that's all just fine with them, because change is good. 

It almost feels poetic compared to the original series finale, which did as much as it possibly good. Grace was pregnant by her husband Leo and they moved to Rome together and she and Will stopped speaking, and Jack married Beverly Leslie and then inherited all of his money when he died. Then Will and Grace reunited when their kids were moving into their college dorms, and then their kids married each other and they became friends again. That was all then deemed to have been a dream of Karen's when the show started up again. 

This finale had a much simpler vibe, almost the complete opposite of what happened last time, like an overcorrection. 

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Still, this time around, the show did get an ending that felt a whole lot more Will & Grace, even if it did feel like it ended a little too soon. Another five minutes of what happened next could have really sealed the deal, but we'll have to settle for just imagining life for Will, Grace, and their kids. 

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Though it’s already made one farewell, tonight brings another ending for “Will & Grace," the sitcom about a quartet of dysfunctional, but funny, friends. During its original run on NBC, from 1998 to 2006, “Will & Grace” helped make Thursdays “must-see TV." With its focus on gay characters in lead roles, the show was also credited with helping increase visibility and awareness of members of the LGBT community.

Though “Will & Grace” wrapped up after eight seasons in 2006, stars Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally reunited for a brief online video in 2016, in which their characters, Will (McCormack), Grace (Messing), Jack (Hayes) and Karen (Mullally) talked about voting in the upcoming presidential election, with Will and Grace backing Hillary Clinton, and Karen supporting Donald Trump.

That reunion led to NBC ordering new seasons of the show, which came back kind of conveniently forgetting about the previous finale. The “Will & Grace” revival debuted during the 2017-2018 TV season, and is now preparing to turn off the lights for good, after three comeback seasons.

(How to watch the “Will & Grace” series finale: The final episode airs at 9 p.m. Thursday, April 23, on NBC. No cable or antenna? Live stream the show on Hulu + Live TV; or fuboTV. The final episode is followed by a retrospective, “A Will & Graceful Goodbye,” at 9:30 p.m.)

Tonight’s series finale is aptly titled, “It’s Time," and we’ll find the characters at various turning points. Here’s the episode description: “Will is determined to not reminisce about his life in the city or his ex; Grace has false alarms of going into labor; Karen attempts to get closure with her ex-husband; Jack’s dream of taking a bow on a Broadway stage becomes a very real possibility."

“Will & Grace” has always made the most of the characters’ flaws and emotional messes, but outrageously imperfect as they all are, the stars display amazing chemistry, and the writing is sharp. Here’s hoping Will, Grace, Jack and Karen all get what they want as “Will & Grace” takes a final bow.

-- Kristi Turnquist

[email protected] 503-221-8227 @Kristiturnquist

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Watch Will & Grace Season 11, Episode 16 live online

In the new episode of Will & Grace, the gang pays tribute to I Love Lucy and recreates iconic scenes like Vitameatavegamin and Chocolate Factory.

With only three episode left until Will & Grace says farewell forever, the sitcom takes a brief detour to honor its comedy heroes. For 11 seasons, Will and Grace have been a de facto Lucy and Ricky, and their unpredictable pals Jack and Karen have acted as their Fred and Ethel, popping in and out to offer their two sense. “We Love Lucy” finds Grace, Jack, and Karen arguing over who would make the best Lucy and daydreaming about recreating the most iconic moments from I Love Lucy.

The episode honors three of the most famous episodes of the classic sitcom in black and white segments that’ll have you nostalgic for TV’s glory days. When Grace steps into the role of Lucy, she makes her case for being the best Lucy with an ode to the “Vitameatavegamin” commercial, while Karen tries her hand at “Grape-Stomping” and Jack calls on Grace’s Ethel for help in the instantly recognizable “Chocolate Factory” scene. If anyone can perfectly and hilariously honor Lucille Ball and I Love Lucy, it’s the fab four of Will & Grace.

How does the gang start arguing about being the best Lucy? Will they come to an agreement about who would be the best Lucy, or do they hit an impasse? Will they do Lucy justice in the scene homages? Which one will bring as many laughs as the original classic?

Will there be any surprise guest stars in the I Love Lucy episode? Does the series add any of its own character flourishes while celebrating Lucy? What conclusion do the characters and series reach about the Lucy argument? Are there any hints related to the endgame in the episode, or is it all devoted to Lucy?

Be sure to catch the latest episode of the farewell season of Will & Grace this Thursday to find out the answers to these questions and see how the shenanigans unfold!

Before the all-new episode answers these questions and brings the laughs, watch a hilarious sneak peek of the I Love Lucy tribute episode in the video below!

Wondering what we can expect from the latest Season 11 episode of Will & Grace? Check out the official synopsis of “We Love Lucy” via NBC:

Will claims living with Grace is like Ricky living with Lucy. When Karen and Jack hear this, they each claim that they are the Lucy of the group. Grace, Karen, and Jack each imagine themselves as Lucy (during “Vitameatavegamin,” “Chocolate Factory,” and “Grape-Stomping”), with Will as the Ricky to all of them. Lucie Arnaz and Leslie Jordan guest star.

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The third season and 11th overall of the Will & Grace revival will contain 18 episodes and air on Thursdays, back in the original sitcom’s (which you can now binge in full on Hulu) Must See TV home. It’s the final season (for real this time), and you won’t want to miss out.

But what’s going on? What’s happening? When, where, and how can you burst into Will and Grace’s apartment like Jack and grab a cocktail or two with Karen? Here’s everything you need to know to ensure you don’t miss a minute of Will & Grace‘s farewell season and make sure you circle back after the episode for a break down of the latest episode’s best quotes!

When? Thursday, April 9
What time? 9:00 p.m. ET
Which episode? Season 11, Episode 16, “We Love Lucy”
Where? NBC
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Will & Grace (season 9)

Season of television series

Will & Grace
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Country of originUnited States
No. of episodes16
Original networkNBC
Original releaseSeptember 28, 2017 (2017-09-28) –
April 5, 2018 (2018-04-05)

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The ninth season of the American comedy series Will & Grace premiered on September 28, 2017.[1] It comprised 16 episodes, and is the first of three reunion seasons following the series' eighth season in 2006. The season concluded on April 5, 2018.

Production[edit]

In January 2017, NBC announced that Will & Grace would return for a 12-episode limited series during the 2017–18 season.[2] At the time of the announcement, all four principal cast members (Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally) had already confirmed their return to the revival.[3] An additional four episodes were ordered on August 3, 2017, for a total of 16, as well as a tenth season.[4]

Cast and characters[edit]

Episodes[edit]

See also: List of Will & Grace episodes

Reception[edit]

Critical response[edit]

On Rotten Tomatoes the season has a rating of 88% based on 49 reviews, with an average rating of 6.98/10. The website's consensus reads, "Will & Grace reunites its ever-hilarious cast for a revival season that picks up right where the show left off 11 years ago -- adding a fresh relevance and a series of stories that make sharply funny use of the passage of time."[21] On Metacritic, the season has a weighted average score of 73 out of 100, based on 27 critics, indicating "generally favorable reviews".[22]

Ratings[edit]

References[edit]

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