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TOPIC: Will & Grace

Will & Grace 13 Apr 2015 03:51 #6771

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I may be one of the few or the only one to say that I prefer Will & Grace over Friends. Don’t get me wrong, I’ve seen every episode of Friends and shed some tears during the series finale but I’ve seen every episode of Will & Grace to the point where I can recite lines and still laugh at the humor and wit. Karen Walker’s narcissistic role and one-line quips were hard to beat. Jack McFarland changed his career as often as he changed boyfriends. Will Truman was a bit of an over-achiever, who tried to embody the perfect (gay) man and ultimately just wanted the acceptance of his father. And Grace Adler, the “non-typical” Jewish woman from Schenectady whose true love is her gay best friend just wanted the perfect marriage, the perfect children and the perfect life. The characters, their roles and the bond they created was comedic genius.
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Will & Grace 21 Sep 2015 17:34 #7721

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Although I cannot agree with you when you say that "Will & Grace" is better than "Friends," I do agree when you say how great of a show it is. Just like you, I have seen every episode, fell in love with all of the characters, and memorized the lines. In addition to it being such an entertaining show, I also think it is a very socially conscious show and has helped many people. I think it was the first show to really embrace homosexuality and that there should be more shows like "Will & Grace." Even though gay marriage was legalized in all 50 states, there is still hate being spread against homosexuals. More shows like "Will & Grace" will help people embrace instead of hate.
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