Unfortunately the best part was left to the imagination. Will & Grace cut off Jack’s bachelor party, but left the madness in the air, especially with a coin being literally put in a “piggy bank” of their friend.
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I laughed with Jack chasing after the 13 gold coins Esteban insists on giving him in the middle of the wedding. It is the symbol of a commitment that they do not understand and it remains for him and Will to look for the bag with the coins, since they lost in the farewell. Will even finds and makes fun, but a coin is missing, which is only found at the last moment, when Larry appears and says that the coin was “in it”, because at the farewell he said he would sing like a jukebox, but he needed a coin, then they “put” in his “piggy bank”.
While Will goes on to point out that McCoy was in London and everyone is making fun of him, Grace needs to deal with the new situation at Noah’s house, as he has very intense decisions about things in his house, as well as his daughter, which looks like that Grace is just a guest in the house where she will live.
The situation of their relationship is complicated when Will realizes and when he learns that Noah is not going to Jack’s wedding, he makes comments, that Grace listens and is offended, and herself when talking about Noah ends up leaving the offended partner. One more shake in Will and Grace’s relationship and I want to see how they get out of it.
And finally, we have Karen’s sexual discovery journey, which is getting involved with Nikki. Some moments are interesting, but when it comes to the end of the episode, things unfold in a way that is embarrassing and exaggerated.
Will & Grace the episode ends with the suspense of dramas in the air, and in the next episode, in the middle of Jack’s wedding, his season will end.