Will & Grace - Season Four (DVD, 2005, 4-Disc Set)
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- lquiliciApr 06, 2016by
Love their comedy shtick
Love Will and Grace, although my favorite characters are Karen and Jack. Season four was one of the best years to me, their characters were locked in and the writing was exceptional.
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- shore2hillsFeb 29, 2008by
Will & Grace 4th season
Will & Grace was one of the longest running, award-winning sitcoms ever and THE funniest sitcom to me. No matter how many times I watch the episodes, I still laugh out loud. Will and Grace seen so hip and together, but have the same fears and insecurities that we all have, so we can identify with them. Their relationship is so sweet, and they are so witty. Jack and Karen are so self-absorbed, and totally off the wall!!! The chemistry between all four characters is amazing. The actors are so talented with perfect comedic timing and AND the writers---they are geniuses!!!!!!!!!!!! I am a huge fan, but I have heard may people say it was the funniest show ever on tv!
- teresa001friend...Jan 05, 2008by
Another great season of Will and Grace
I have loved all the seasons of Will and Grace so far. I watch the reruns on television all the time, so I looking forward to eventually purchasing each season of it. To me, one of the best episodes was the one with Matt Damon pretending to be gay so he could go tour with a world wide choral group. Karen had a great line in this season that goes like this- Love you like a cold sore. Funny stuff as usual in my opinion.
- sphinxcoolAug 23, 2006by
As the fourth season of NBC's award-winning comedy begins, Will (Eric McCormack) has just returned from France--alone--while Grace (Debra Messing) is still seeing Nathan (Woody Harrelson). Meanwhile, Jack (Sean Hayes) is adjusting to fatherhood of newfound preteen son Elliot (Sky High's Michael Angarano), while Karen (Megan Mullally) remains, well, Karen. Alas, in "Crouching Father, Hidden Husband," the authorities finally catch up with her (never seen) tax-evading hubbie Stan and toss him in the clink. Grace's relationship with Nathan, on the other hand, continues to blossom until talk turns to marriage in "The Rules of Engagement."
Guest stars include Parker Posey as Jack's stylish supervisor ("Loose Lips Sinks Relationships," "Jingle Balls"), Matt Damon as a closeted choral singer ("A Chorus Lie"), Glenn Close as an eccentric photographer ("Hocus Focus"), and her former co-star Michael Douglas ("Fagel Attraction") as a "detective" with the hots for Will. There are also recurring guests, like Debbie Reynolds as Grace's drama queen mother ("Moveable Feast," a double-length episode), director Sydney Pollack as Will's wayward father ("Cheatin' Trouble Blues"), and Jack’s favorite diva, Cher, as herself ("A.I.: Artificial Insemination," the season finale). By the end of season four, Will and Grace will still be single, Karen’s husband will still be incarcerated (but at least she'll have maid Rosario to keep her company), and Jack will still be, as he used to say, "Just Jack!" As always, the year will end with a cliffhanger as Will and Grace decide to have a baby together.Read full review
- debrab1210May 02, 2007by
Will & Grace
I purchased 5 dvd of Will & Grace for my son's birthday. He is enjoying everyone of them. I also need to get the final season and season 6. Everything was easy with Ebay. I would use Ebay again. Thanks for everything.