October 5, 2018 at 9:10 am #1202646823
Yeah, Sean Hayes was brilliant tonight! This alone makes his Emmy snub that much more egregious considering some of those nominees from more important or buzzed shows who aren’t doing comedic work. Wanted something more from Will and Karen’s thread, like actually seeing the Italian plastic surgeon for some hijinks at his office. All of the Italian jabs were hilarious though considering that the screenwriter is also Italian. Surprisingly, David Schwimmer was a genuine highlight in Grace’s otherwise scant premise set-up. He’ll be a good foil for her for as long as his guest stint lasts. I must have missed Jack’s engagement! I thought he just met the new guy. I already miss the short cop guy. Anywho, nice start to the new season.October 11, 2018 at 5:21 pm #1202651009
Episode Title: “Where in the World Is Karen Walker?”
Synopsis: Will, Grace, and Jack realize they’ve been too preoccupied with all the changes in their lives to notice that Karen hasn’t been seen since her husband found out about her affair with Malcolm.
Discuss.October 12, 2018 at 4:36 am #1202651257
A good, but weaker, episode rescued by Megan Mullally’s performance.October 12, 2018 at 12:42 pm #1202651546
This should have been a stronger showcase for Megan Mullally given the direction of her storyline, but she did have the line of the night in the cold open with “Your pa’s in your ma!” lol. I’d rather have had the entire episode feature Blythe Danner and Robert Klein with their wedding hijinks and Will’s and Grace’s extreme disapproval. I guess that would have been too similar to last season with Vince’s wedding. Alec Baldwin was wasted this guest spot. The only element to Will’s thread that was any good was the running gag with the beard dye. I expected to see David Schwimmer in Grace’s scenes, but it was like the season premiere never happened at all. That’s the glaring issue of shows not shooting in sequence. Jack’s bathroom scenes were a hoot though. He’s the reason to stick around for this reboot and has proven that time and time again with his great physical comedy and timing. Don’t snub him again next year, Emmys!October 13, 2018 at 7:28 am #1202651870
Finally watched and this episode was perfection in my opinion. A+October 13, 2018 at 8:05 am #1202651889
This season is so fucking strong and it kills me it’s gonna be once again snubbed at the Emmys. And those ratings are dreadful. Actually this year ratings are dreaful for almost everything. I think it’s time to finally say goodbye to this outdated Nielsen system. It’s 21st century for pete’s sake. Hope NBC sells third season and rights to the show to Netflix or Hulu (like they did with Kimmy Schmidt). It belongs on streaming platform. I’d prefer to binge it at once.October 14, 2018 at 10:28 pm #1202652713
Once again, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally shine.October 15, 2018 at 6:17 pm #1202653314
Get rid of the SNL nominees and Sean Hayes should get nominated. Would love to have Sean Hayes and Leslie Jordan from The Cool People face off in Supporting Actor at the EmmysOctober 16, 2018 at 12:18 am #1202653565
Mullally and Hayes WILL both be nominated this year mark my words.October 19, 2018 at 1:33 am #1202656685
This season is just too fucking good. And it looks like this season Megan’s gonna be MVP just like Sean was last season. The whole cast was on fire tonight with Mullally being top. And Schwimmer’s better here than he was on the whole Friends series. Deserves an Emmy nom. Oh, and they recast Skip but I liked the new one even though I loved the old one.
It kills me that Hayes and Mullally won’t ever win again because of the new Emmy system that favors performers from new shows. Shame cause they deserve more wins.October 19, 2018 at 2:49 am #1202656709
^You’re never out of Cameron Diaz pics(/gifs). You always find something better and better. I stanOctober 19, 2018 at 7:35 am #1202656794
Very funny episode. The highlights of course being Megan Mullally and the return of Leslie Jordan as Beverley Leslie! Those two together are a riot every time they share scenes together, and neither of them has missed a single beat as frenemies. I’m really liking “Grandpa Jack,” so I’m glad they’re still finding a way to incorporate that storyline and not simply abandon it like they they have in the past. David Schwimmer is excellent here and has enlivened Grace’s scenes. Too bad this is just a guest arc for him. I hope something doesn’t abruptly happen with his character than will make the audience turn against him before he’s gone.October 19, 2018 at 7:52 am #1202656804
YES! A+ Can we start the Schwimmer hype for the emmys now. This was easily the best I’ve seen him on a comedy ever. My grade: A+October 19, 2018 at 12:43 pm #1202657163
A brilliant episode. Mullally and Hayes as great as ever and I completely agree with what Sasha said about Schwimmer he really is better here than he’s ever been and I’m shocked
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