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Iâ€™ve been enjoying the return of Will & Grace. Itâ€™s getting better every episode. Last week, Grace went to the doctor and was put under anesthesia when they found a spot in her breast and needed to do a biopsy. They called her emergency contactâ€¦and because Karen doesnâ€™t do her job, Graceâ€™s emergency contact was still Leo, her ex-husband, not Will. So she was shocked when he turned up to take her home. That brought out a lot of old feelings, including resentment and blame about who was responsible for the destruction of their marriage. After Grace talked to Will, she and Leo had another talk (including a kiss!), and they left things on a better note.
Meanwhile, Jack was waiting to see if heâ€™d gotten a commercial (he didnâ€™tâ€¦) and took a temp job as a pianist for a boysâ€™ & girlsâ€™ club. He wasâ€¦well, Jack. But Karen showed up and ended up helping out a young girl who had no women in her life and she needed a womanâ€™s advice because sheâ€™dâ€¦well, become a â€œwoman,â€ to put it blandly. Karen was shockingly sweet about it while still being Karen. I loved it.
On tonightâ€™s episode, â€œGrandpa Jack,â€ Jack is stunned to learn that his estranged son, Elliot (guest star Michael Angarano) has a son of his own, Skip (guest star Jet Jurgensmeyer). Moreover, Skip needs the kind of help only Will and Jack can provide. Grace and Karen behave badly with the hot new guy at work. Jane Lynch and Andrew Rannells also guest star.
Meet Jackâ€™s grandson tonight on NBC at 9/8c.
Iâ€™ll also be watching/DVRing Chopped, Great News, Beat Bobby Flay, & Chicago Fire.
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