Behold once again, from the minds of Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, TV's wittiest ensemble ever. The legendary James Burrows, director of every original "Will & Grace" episode, has returned with a slew of razor-sharp jabs and dirty martinis. Will & Grace ('17), Season 2 Wiki
1 - The West Side Curmudgeon
Grace's (Debra Messing) accidental run in with Noah (guest star David Schwimmer), a curmudgeonly man she follows on Twitter, hints at a possible new love interest. Jack (Sean Hayes) wants to look younger before meeting Estefan's (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) family on Skype but makes a terrible first impression after overdoing the numbing cream before his facial procedure. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack) helps Karen (Megan Mullally) protect the intellectual property rights of her most prized possession.
2 - Where in the World Is Karen Walker?
Will (Eric McCormack), Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) are upset when they discover they've been too preoccupied with the changes in their own lives: Will teaching law at Columbia, Grace running for president of the New York Interior Designers Society and Jack's new relationship with Estefan (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) to even notice Karen (Megan Mullally) has not been seen in days -- ever since her husband found out about her affair with Malcolm (guest star Alec Baldwin).
3 - Tex and the City
Will (Eric McCormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) visit Jack's grandson, Skip (guest star Samuel Faraci), in Texas to watch him perform at his church's talent show. But when Jack learns Skip plans on singing "Diamonds Are A Girl's Best Friend," he becomes afraid for his grandson's safety. Karen (Megan Mullally) tags along to check out the portion of the border wall she sponsored, only to discover that Beverley Leslie (guest star Leslie Jordan) has claimed it as his own. Back home, Grace (Debra Messing) and Noah (guest star David Schwimmer) try to figure out if something is wrong in their relationship because their numerous attempts to have sex have failed.
4 - Who's Sorry Now?
Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace (Debra Messing) discover old letters written to each other from their college days, and decide to read them together. But reminiscing about the past turns ugly when a major bombshell is revealed in one of the letters. Meanwhile, when Karen (Megan Mullally) announces she'll never fall in love again, Jack (Sean Hayes) channels Rosario - or does he? - to convince her it's never too late to find love.
5 - Grace's Secret
When Grace (Debra Messing) joins her father (guest star Robert Klein) on a road trip, a secret from her past is finally revealed, causing father and daughter to address something that will change their relationship forever. Meanwhile, Will (Eric McCormack), Karen (Megan Mullally), and Jack (Sean Hayes) celebrate Jack's engagement at a gay bar run by legendary drag queen Miss Coco Peru (Clinton Leupp). When it's revealed that Jack has chosen both of them to be his best man, Will and Karen have a lip-sync monologue throwdown to determine who truly deserves the coveted title.
6 - Kid 'n Play
Will (Eric McCormack) discovers that Noah (guest star David Schwimmer) has a child he hasn't told Grace (Debra Messing) about, but is now sworn to secrecy. Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack's (Sean Hayes) relationship is tested when she fires him from the play she's producing and replaces him with Jon Cryer (guest star).
7 - So Long, Division
Will (Eric McCormack) convinces Grace (Debra Messing) that her boyfriend, Noah (guest star David Schwimmer), isn't in the wrong by refusing to let her meet his daughter, Katie. When Grace goes to apologize to Noah, she unintentionally meets Katie. Meanwhile, Will's mom, Marilyn (guest star Blythe Danner), visits after the death of her beloved dog, and becomes upset when she doesn't get the emotional support she expects from her son. And Jack (Sean Hayes) gets into an argument with his rec center boss, Theo (guest star Derek Gaines).
8 - Anchor Away
In order to land a handsome, gay TV news anchor (guest star Matt Bomer) with a pension for dim, frothy men, Jack (Sean Hayes) convinces Will (Eric McCormack) to not be himself and to act like someone silly and stupid - does he know anyone like that? Karen (Megan Mullally) learns that her alimony will be severely limited unless she can get photos of her ex-husband's affair with Lorraine Finster (guest star Minnie Driver), so she enlists Grace (Debra Messing) to go with her to the strip club where Lorraine works. Olympian Adam Rippon has a cameo as a barista with an attitude.
9 - Family, Trip
Will (Eric McCormack), Karen (Megan Mullally) and Jack (Sean Hayes) unknowingly take a hallucinogenic drug, which causes Will and Jack to wonder if they're each other's soul mate and has Karen giving her last "performance" as Mrs. Stanley Walker. Meanwhile, Grace (Debra Messing) is shocked when her high-powered client (guest star Chelsea Handler) takes up with her sister Janet (guest star Mary McCormack).
10 - Dead Man Texting
Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace's (Debra Messing) plan to win over Will's new Columbia department head goes awry when he drops dead in their apartment - and they use his phone to text his full recommendation of Will. Karen (Megan Mullally) and Estefan's (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) dislike for each other puts Jack (Sean Hayes) in full damage control mode when he must keep them separate at his birthday dinner.
11 - The Scales of Justice
When Will (Eric McCormack) discovers Karen's (Megan Mullally) estranged stepdaughter Olivia (guest star Aya Cash) is a student in his law class, he attempts to solve their issues with a mock trial. Grace (Debra Messing) and Jack (Sean Hayes) go on a diet together, but giving up their eating habits proves harder than anticipated.
12 - The Pursuit of Happiness
Grace (Debra Messing) is enlisted by Malcolm (guest star Alec Baldwin) to help him win back Karen's (Megan Mullally) affections. Will's (Eric McCormack) flirtation with his co-worker, Paul (guest star Barrett Foa), takes a turn when details about Paul's home life put Will in an ethical dilemma. And Jack's (Sean Hayes) run-in with Zusanna (guest star Andrea Martin), the sister of his former acting teacher, reignites Jack's passion for performing.
13 - The Real McCoy
Will (Eric McCormack) gives local newscaster McCoy Whitman (guest star Matt Bomer) a second chance and, with the help of Jack (Sean Hayes), finally gets to know the man behind the newsman. Grace's (Debra Messing) campaign for Design Guild President hits a snag when the deciding vote comes down to her old nemesis, Val (guest star Molly Shannon). Karen (Megan Mullally) acts as Grace's campaign manager, and attempts to secure Val's vote by any means necessary.
14 - Supreme Courtship
Jack's (Sean Hayes) insistence that Will (Eric McCormack) be nicer to his fiancé, Estefan (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez), backfires when Estefan thinks Will is in love with him. In a hurry to buy her boyfriend Noah (guest star David Schwimmer) a Valentine's Day gift, Grace (Debra Messing) unknowingly knocks over a prominent figure while going after a taxi. And when Karen (Megan Mullally) discovers that Noah not only writes her favorite romance novels but also plans to kill off the main character, she forces him to rewrite the story.
15 - Bad Blood
After Grace's (Debra Messing) dad, Martin (guest star Robert Klein), is rushed to the hospital with a bleeding ulcer, Grace is shocked when he refuses to take Will's (Eric McCormack) blood for a transfusion. When Will's mom, Marilyn (guest star Blythe Danner), finds out, she uncharacteristically takes Martin to task. Karen's (Megan Mullally) demands for Jack's (Sean Hayes) wedding, along with upstaging him during his one-man show, cause Jack to uninvite Karen from his wedding.
16 - Conscious Coupling
When both Will's (Eric McCormack) and Grace's (Debra Messing) boyfriends, McCoy (guest star Matt Bomer) and Noah (guest star David Schwimmer), ask them to move in, Will and Grace use each other as their excuse to get out of it. Meanwhile, a snowstorm keeps Karen (Megan Mullally) at the office, where she meets Nikki (guest star Samira Wiley), a woman who works upstairs. The storm also traps Jack (Sean Hayes) in an elevator, causing him to reunite with an old flame, Drew (guest star Ryan Pinkston), that tests Jack's commitment to a monogamous lifestyle.
17 - The Things We Do for Love
The morning after his bachelor party, Jack (Sean Hayes) realizes he's lost one of the thirteen gold coins he is to present to Estefan (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) at their wedding so that their relationship will not be forever cursed. Although Grace (Debra Messing) denies it, Will (Eric McCormack) becomes concerned that she is the only one compromising in her relationship with Noah (guest star David Schwimmer). Karen (Megan Mullally) makes it official when she shows up at Grace and Noah's dinner party with her new date, Nikki (guest star Samira Wiley).
18 - Jack's Big Gay Wedding
Jack (Sean Hayes) and Estefan's (guest star Brian Jordan Alvarez) romantic wedding in Spain takes a detour when their flight is cancelled, forcing them to get married at the airport by their friend Miss Coco (guest star Clinton Leupp). McCoy's (guest star Matt Bomer) big job offer in London has Will (Eric McCormack) worried about engaging in a long-distance relationship. While dealing with doubts about her current relationship, Grace (Debra Messing) meets a charming guy (guest star Reid Scott) at the airport who inspires her to make an impulsive decision. And advice from Smitty (guest star Charles C. Stevenson, Jr.) makes Karen (Megan Mullally) reconsider her commitment to Nikki (guest star Samira Wiley) and her own sexual orientation.
19 - S2 Sneak Peek
Get a first look at what to expect in the all-new season of NBC’s Will & Grace. Lots of laughs and big surprises are in store!
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The last episode was quite unusual. The ending in particular was like the end of a play. Really moody, profound. I wonder if there will be another season. This last piece felt like it opened up a lot of interesting dramatic material. This show keeps being surprising and creative, with great writing and great acting.
The “Anchor Away” episode is one of the funniest episodes; I laughed so hard I almost fell out of my chair. Absolutely a gem. Excellent season!
No like the original but the laughs are there and characters are true to their former selves.
This is a fantastic show
I watched the first episode of Season 2 and THANK YOU SO MUCH FOR NOT MAKING THIS SEASON POLITICAL. (at least so far...) I'm willing to give the series (which was one of my favorite shows ever) another chance. Thank you for listening!
Will and Grace is as amazing as ever!
Although it has its moments, it doesn’t come close even to the the worst episodes of the original run.
As much as I like me some fab 4, it seems that they aired the second episode of the season as the premire Anyone else agree.
Sneak Peek didn’t download properly and locks everything up after 26 seconds. NEVER MIND....I’m just getting old and a bit confused! It works fine.