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  • sofan
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    This was such a hilarious episode I was in tears joke after joke. I am still mad we didn’t get the Karen and Beverly Leslie spin-off we deserved. They are gold together.

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    queenbee
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    What a waste of Max Greenfield… they could have cast anyone in that nothing role.

    Grace’s storylines are slowly getting better.

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    vinny
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    Loved this episode: A+

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    Atypical
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    Megan Mullally and Leslie Jordan were a riot and saved an otherwise ho-hum episode. Jack’s scenes were okay, but Sean Hayes had to do a lot of heavy-lifting to enliven them. Max Greenfield was wasted in Grace’s subplot. Anyone could have played that role, but it looks like it might be recurring, so maybe better is in store. And yes, the intern is a block of wood on the screen. Will and Grace working together is a recipe for disaster, which I’m all in for. I’d totally nominate Leslie Jordan as well.

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    musterd
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    Sean Hayes had to do a lot of heavy-lifting to enliven them

    His delivery alone was creating the conflama. He’s consistently nailing his scenes in a very refreshing way – it’s remarkable to watch. That tiny tea-cup scene almost had a dance rhythm to it.

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    I loved the Karen/Beverly scenes. I enjoyed Jack’s scenes, too. The Will and Grace stuff was kind of meh.

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    Tony Ruiz
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    This was just NOT a good episode. Really disappointing. They really need to stop trying to give each of them their own storylines in an episode. None of them were fleshed out enough to have any sort of purpose.

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    Boidiva02
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    I personally love the idea of Will & Grace working together and love the idea that Will realizes he doesn’t want to be a corporate lawyer forever. This is consistent with his character as he has always said in past episodes that being a corporate lawyer was not his passion.

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    Hunter-ish
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    Will will get a reality check and go back to lawyering. It happens every time. My question is why do law firms keep hiring him back and giving him promotions? Every time he get’s an opportunity for a promotion he freaks out and quits.

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    That finale was the worst thing ever. No fag hag would stop talking to her BGF for twenty years. It was beyond unrealistic. It was the easiest way to wrap up things for them. The easiest and the laziest. Good they’re gonna pretend it never happened. I pretended it for eleven years.

    I know for a fact Sasha posted this on this forum a couple months ago

    Give Paul Thomas Anderson an Oscar.

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    adamunc
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    This was just NOT a good episode. Really disappointing. They really need to stop trying to give each of them their own storylines in an episode. None of them were fleshed out enough to have any sort of purpose.

    I agree this show has always worked much better with an A-B structure rather than A-B-C. Friends perfected the three-story sitcom episode, but Will & Grace‘s classic shows have always been two-story.

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    adamunc
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    Emmy #3 for Mullally? I could definitely see it. Also the strongest overall episode of the season. Driver was a ribald delight, reminding us how versatile she is in her quick break from Speechless.

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    gatorman
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    This has been my favorite episode of the season so far. Mullally’s best tape and it should land her an emmy nomination. The opening part was hilarious. I also loved Jack and the jell-o and later on when he was dancing in the bar.

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    Just hand her an Emmy and be done with it.

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    Hunter-ish
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    Mullulay was dynamite. My personal winner will without a doubt be Loretta Devine but she won’t get an Emmy nomination so I’ll be rooting for Mullulay.

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