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While they're adorable, the sitcom is much more satisfying when it deals with midlife issues.
The cast proves itself to be as energetic, opinionated, and hysterical as ever.
It's a great reminder of how funny, and how good, this show once was - and, surprisingly, still can be.
There's no hesitancy from the actors in terms of re-committing to these roles with a vigor that still drives the series like an old Wild Mouse amusement park ride from back in the day.
As one of my wise friends put it, 'The Will & Grace revival could be garbage and I'd still be pretty loyal to my martini-soaked Karen Walker.'
Will and Grace are Sisyphean sitcom figures, rolling the rock for romantic love, only to wake up at the end of every story arc back at the bottom of the mountain, making pop culture jokes with their besties instead.
The jokes and storylines have only gotten weaker with age, and what was once a trailblazer is now left far behind.
My main problem with this reincarnation, as with the original show, is that the zippy one-liners are clever without being really funny.
Right from the opening, the cast feels like home. The chemistry is easy and quick and the jokes are flying.
If you were a fan of the show original Will & Grace then you will find plenty to love about this revival. The cast is still phenomenal and the writing is still sharp.
This is nostalgia TV at its finest, with the quartet's snap comedic timing and the studio audience's uproarious laughter enveloping you like a warm blanket as you watch.
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