Will & Grace brings the anxiety of finding a surrogate mother for Will in the midst of trials by Karen, while Grace and Jack attend a convention of actresses, and actors, who have played Annie.
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As always, the series seeks to bring a much lighter theme when it comes to treating another, after all, surrogacy and how to treat the child’s mother in this period of choice until pregnancy, is kind of difficult, even more doing comedy with it. Since the intention is not to judge the woman’s choice to make this a project.
Will’s baby’s mother will be Jenny, played by Demi Lovato, and we know her problems, her work exposing her body and her reactions to how she stays in the period when she is not getting paid for being pregnant. The series shows his heavy look, while changing his vision trying to understand what she goes through.
Meanwhile, we have Karen looking to be satisfied with Luke (Christopher Thornton), Jenny’s wheelchair brother. Heavy and with great weather, Karen and Luke’s jokes are excellent…
The AnnieCon plot was the most unsalted, I thought it would yield something better, but it was just an invasion of Jack and Grace to the event, and she singing on stage, mainly for impersonating Ramona Delaney, played by the iconic Aileen Quinn, actress who gave life to Annie in the 1982 feature.
Will & Grace will now follow the next episodes dealing with pregnancy and making important decisions for your characters, and I look forward to seeing what the new ending for the series is.