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Will & Grace's premiere made quick work of addressing the series finale on as their respective children moved into the same dorm at college. Looking back at where "Will & Grace" left things with its series finale in , we of flashforwards, we see Will and Grace with their children as toddlers. as college freshman, Lilah and Ben meet seemingly for the first time. You won't exactly be walking into the "Will & Grace" world fans left behind in . and Ben meeting nearly two decades later in college, when they move in “ Finale” closes with Will and Grace revealing their kids are now.
I think Will and Grace end up very fleshed out. They end up as full adults.
All the things that matter in life, they end up having. And the best way for their story to end is to find love. The cast and crew tried to remain cheerful in front of the live audience between takes while the writers gathered in a room to rework lines for potentially larger laughs.
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When we got to the very, very last scene, everybody was just a mess. We started sobbing and hugging each other," said Megan Mullally, who plays Karen. That was the most colorful position for me, standing there and stirring something.
It was my pulpit, the place where I delivered my best jokes. Debra Messing, who plays Grace, said it was "cordoned off like an accident scene. It was a shock to see parts of it gone already.Will and Grace - I Don't Know You Anymore
Messing took the door to Grace's office; she wanted to lean it up against the wall at her house as a piece of modern art. Sean Hayes was given a couple of pieces from Will's apartment: I think people will be quite surprised," McCormack said. Ultimately, [the episode] was done beautifully and it ties up loose ends for all of the characters in a way that's wonderful.
An hour-long series retrospective, "Say Goodnight Gracie", featuring interviews with the cast, crew, and guest stars, preceded the hour-long series finale. There were some moments where I did laugh out loud, but they were few.
Jennifer Armstrong of Entertainment Weekly said "we endure a swirl of confusing, unnecessary sequences, from Grace's dream to current reality to two years later to their kids' first day of college to their kids' impending wedding. By the end, instead of being sad to bid adieu, we're just relieved not to have yet another disbelief-suspending flash-forward thrust upon us.
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