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Will & Grace: Season 7

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24 episodes on 4 DVDs.

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What is this; Seinfeld? Jerry, George, Elaine, and Kramer have nothing on Will, Grace, Karen, and Jack when it comes to acting self-absorbed, vain, and downright rude in this penultimate season. But unlike that other New York quartet, Will, Grace, and company are allowed the occasional, redemptive vulnerable moment, as in the season opener, when Grace must decide whether to forgive her cheating husband, Leo (Harry Connick Jr.). In this comparatively lackluster season (its 15 Emmy nominations notwithstanding), Will & Grace seems to be scratching its own seven-year itch. For gay Will Truman (Eric McCormack) and his lifelong straight best friend Grace Adler (Debra Messing), dealing with their self-diagnosed "toxic" codependent relationship has become stale even to them, as they tell their therapist in the episode "The Blonde Leading the Blonde": "Blah, blah dysfunctional, blah, blah, blah, psychologically crippled; we've been over it so many times, we have it on coasters." So why analyze? Will & Grace, this season, is gag-centric Family Guy-funny. We may not recognize the characters at times, but they make us laugh in their own inimitable style. Sean Hayes' in-your-face, get-used-to-it Jack, especially, has been reduced to "a moron," as Will so bluntly calls him at one point. But at least the writers finally found him a job that brilliantly serves his character. He is hired as an executive at a new gay network, Out TV, giving him license to create such shows as the Punk'd rip-off, Pink'd, with an unsuspecting Will as its first victim. Grace's love life is as lorn as ever. In "Partners," she is set up with the spank-happy husband (a gleefully demented Buck Henry) of Will's boss (Lily Tomlin). In the season cliffhanger, she is drawn to a former college boyfriend (Eric Stoltz) who, turns out, is married. Karen (Megan Mullaly), whose own marriage lasted all of 22 minutes, finds herself the target of a former high school classmate bent on ruining her life (Jeff Goldblum). Will, for once, has the most romantically stable relationship with sensitive lug of a cop Vince (Bobby Cannavale, honored with an Emmy this season), but more arresting is his late-season career change that happily (for viewers) finds him rather suspiciously employed by the mysterious Malcolm (Alec Baldwin in what was perhaps a dry run for 30 Rock).

Season 7 is a typically star-studded one, but the personages who appear as themselves (Jennifer Lopez, Janet Jackson) do not fare as well as those who portray characters. Sharon Stone displays her comedic instincts as a no-nonsense therapist who sparks a rivalry between Will and Grace. Molly Shannon makes a welcome return as the unstable Val. Kristin Davis appears as Nadine, Vince's own "Grace," who hates Will until Grace sets her straight. Alan Arkin also appears as Grace's emotionally distant father. How much fun would cast commentary have been? The next best thing is the bonus outtake reel that captures the ensemble's genuine chemistry that redeems even the most obvious of jokes. --Donald Liebenson


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  • Actors: Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally, Sean Hayes, Shelley Morrison
  • Directors: James Burrows
  • Writers: Alex Herschlag, Barry Langer, Bill Wrubel, David Flebotte, David Kohan
  • Format: Multiple Formats, AC-3, Box set, Closed-captioned, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC, Subtitled
  • Language: English
  • Subtitles: English, Spanish
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.33:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated:
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  • Studio: Lions Gate
  • DVD Release Date: December 4, 2007
  • Run Time: 515 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (112 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B000VZADPQ
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #8,329 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Will & Grace: Season 7" on IMDb

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By Vernon Tapalla on September 29, 2007
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I don't understand why the person above me thinks this is the season where it goes downhill. Did people notice that Friends was not so funny after its 6th season? And that in its 10th season, it was really just scraping the bottom of the barrel? W&G, in its 7th season, may have lost some of its "HO-MOJO", but altogether, still pulled off some great writing.
The show peaks from seasons 1 to 6, but bounces back with an even stronger 8th season, which, I am hoping gets released soon.
I have never watched a television show more times. The cast is unbelievably talented and they all seem to have grown more naturally and maturely towards portraying their characters as the show progressed. None of them ever "acted".
It is arguable that most of the time, Jack and Karen were the ones that were funniest, but without the balance and sanity that Will & Grace provided, the whole thing would have been a vain and ludicrous showcase of a flamboyantly gay satire.
As a gay man, I find this show doubly appealing. Not only is it hugely entertaining, but it also conveys several positive messages: that Homosexuals a)can be successful and productive members of society; b)are just like everybody else in that they value friendships and relationships; c)are people too and that they should NOT BE TOLERATED but EMBRACED; d)are truly members of the superior race because they enjoy the best of both worlds, are hilarious and great to live with, and, have impeccable taste!!!
Finally, one of the most touching scenes (season 8/A Little Christmas Queer) was when Will asked his mother why she cheered on her 9 yr. old gay nephew's christmas show while she ruined every one of his productions when he was a child by being so uncomfortable and unsupportive.
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Ladies and gentlemen, we finally have a genuinely complete season of our beloved WILL & GRACE on DVD! After buying the DVDs for seasons 3-6 only to find that nearly all of the "super size" episodes and many of the hour-long episodes were the syndicated versions on the DVD, NBC seems to have gotten their act together and put together a long-overdue quality DVD release with season 7. The "super size" season premier, "FYI: I Hurt, Too" and the hour-long "Queens For a Day" are both fully intact with no scenes cut and are presented in their complete original broadcast versions.

As for the season itself, I'm in the minority of W&G fans by really liking this season. Many fans claim that season 7 is their least favorite, but I think of it as the recovery season, or the comeback season, if you will. Like another reviewer said, this season the show returned to the basics, which is all the show ever needed, if you ask me. I think the show's genuine problems were found in seasons 5 and 6: Grace married Leo, Karen dated and subsequently married Lyle, and Debra Messing's absence throughout season 6 due to her pregnancy definitely took its toll on the overall quality and dynamics of the show. Seasons 5 and 6 certainly had great episodes, but they also had their share of duds which precipitated the show's decline in ratings and quality.

What works about season 7 is that it is complex, proportionately mixed with comedy and drama: Grace getting over her failed marriage to Leo and Karen getting over her husband's death and her failed brief marriage to Lyle, all underlying the comedic situations that Will, Grace, Jack, and Karen usually find themselves in. I especially like how no time is wasted stringing Leo along-- he disappears after the first episode!
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I'm a straight guy who likes Will and Grace. Megan Mullally is hilarious (you should see her on Parks and Recreation). IMO, the first 4 seasons of Will and Grace were funnier than Friends (and Friends is pretty funny). I liked the chemistry between the characters. Jack was the flamboyantly gay guy while Will was the more conservative gay guy. Will and Grace were the non-sexual life partners. Karen always made fun of how Grace dressed. She also verbally abused Jack and Rosario. They stuck to that template for the first 4 seasons and this was the funniest show in the NBC Thursday lineup. Then, the show went downhill.

The show peaked during the episode when Will and Grace had their big fight when Grace refused to have a baby with Will because she wanted to be in a relationship with Leo. Harry Connick Jr. killed the show. Seasons 6, 7, and 8 were basically a bunch of flavor-of-the-week guest stars and unrealistic storylines (Jack becoming a back up dancer for Janet Jackson...). The show should've just ended on a high note after season 6.
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If you like Will and Grace this is def for you! Some extras like bloopers and interviews included. If you are buying the entire series I'd recommend buying them together in the bundle to save some money vs buying the seasons individually.
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I have the entire Will & Grace series. Unfortunately, one of the Season 7 discs did not play properly; it would skip, slow down and stall. I HAD to have a good disc, and found this at a good price. Will & Grace crack me up beyond belief. Sean Hayes, Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, and Megan Mullaly are such great actors and mesh so well in this series. After all these years, it is still one of the best!!
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