NBC’s “Will & Grace” is paying homage to the classic “shower scene” from the 1960s CBS series “The Lucy Show,” starring Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance. On Thursday night’s “W&G” episode, Karen (Megan Mullally) and Grace (Debra Messing) get locked in Karen’s “smart” shower, which uses sensor technology and voice commands to customize the length...
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AUGUST 30, 2013
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2013 - GRACE 38 CAFE INC.
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By Reuters - Thursday Nov 9, 2017
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- Tribeca Film Festival launches separate TV fest
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- ‘Will & Grace’ should be ashamed of itself for rewriting TV history
By Robert Rorke - Friday Aug 4, 2017
The producers of “Will & Grace” have now announced their plans for the much-hyped revival of their long-running NBC series. The reaction has been, for the most part, bewilderment. In 2006, the sitcom, about a nervous gay lawyer (Eric McCormack) and his high-strung best friend/roommate (Debra Messing), aired a two-hour series finale that moved the...