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Smart, sweet and often hilarious, Will & Grace is everything a sitcom needs to be.
Kindness is the true beauty of Will & Grace, and it may be that kindness, in the midst of so much of the mean-spirited, demeaning stuff that passes for comedy on TV, will carry the day.
This sophisticated show has pop-culture references, loving friendships, well-cast stars and the sure hand of director James Burrows. The bawdy asides sound witty rather than smutty, and the show has been shrewdly assembled.
It's a sitcom that has the potential to prove to prime time that attractions between adults are not always rooted in lust. With its promising little ensemble, the biggest problem is that it's scheduled opposite Ally McBeal.
Sharp writing and an outrageous supporting cast suggest good Will.
The good stuff gets more intense and more fun when consumed in whole-season chunks, but the bad stuff gets worse, its sins magnified and amplified.
What sets this show apart from its not-so-funny sitcom counterparts is its cutting humor. Pop-culture references fly fast and furiously, and the characters exchange witty repartee effortlessly.
The only thing most viewers will care about initially is whether the series is funny. The pilot has its share of good lines, and Messing and McCormack have a winning charm and chemistry.
The concept is more credible than it might sound thanks to clever scripting, an appealing cast, and the masterful hand of James Burrows. Getting Burrows to direct your pilot is the equivalent of having your house designed by Frank Lloyd Wright.
The two have great chemistry and a dandy set of writers. Watch and you'll find this the best way to learn -- and laugh.
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