Oh, how I wish Woody Harrelson could always be on WILL AND GRACE. What a perfect addition to the cast, filling the void as a straight man in a gay world. There would be a Goldilocks approach to the Kinsey scale with these five characters, rounded out by Karen's bisexual vibes and Grace's unflinching openness that can't shake her unbending heterosexuality. What becomes of our dear New York friends? Will auctions off his confusing jeans; Karen lies about the hole in her life that her lawyer fills; Jack attempts to start a new fitness catchphrase at the gym; and, Grace attempts to sway yet another gay man. They're still working on a cure for the common cold. Regardless, it's my favourite season yet. The laughs are consistent with the main quartet and embellished with fabulous guest stars, like a chemically aided Glenn Close and a pathologically lying Michael Douglas. Oh, and don't forget Cher . . . the deity. By this point, the characters are fully formed and well established, and so, there's that comfortable balance between conflict and denouement instead of wasting time familiarizing them to the audience. WILL AND GRACE gives out massive thrills and giggles episode to episode. I absolutely loved it. I highly recommend the fourth and arguably best season of WILL AND GRACE.
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