And love is in the air in Will & Grace, and the best thing was to see Karen dealing with the fate of her character from the favorite books, especially when she learned that she was the idea of Noah, Grace’s boyfriend.
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Seriously, her reaction to finding out that Noah was her favorite “writer”, she freaked out, but it got worse when she saw that he wanted to not only stop writing the books, but to kill his protagonist in the latter. The way she threatens him, how she convinces him to let love survive, was really cool.
Noah and Grace live a more restrained relationship, she doesn’t even live love as she dreams, but she likes him, and does her best for her. And it is Karen who makes Noah open up to the silly, simple love and symbols of love that he criticized before.
In the meantime, it is impossible not to laugh at Grace getting into trouble, and even dropping a lady to get a taxi.
Now, Will being asked by Jack to treat Estefan well and his fiancé asked him not to. Will and Estefan understand that they need time to get along, but Jack wants to speed things up, and his best friend decides to play with the situation.
I laughed with Jack freaking out when he saw Will coming out in love with Estefan and his triceps, and him riding the wave, making it clear that they need to kiss so they can both leave the situation behind.
In the end Will & Grace brings love on a late Valentine’s day, but makes fun of very simple situations and manages to do very well.