Will & Grace Series Finale: How NBC's Groundbreaking Sitcom Wrapped for the Second Time

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Will & Grace has come to an end. Again.

The beloved NBC sitcom wrapped up for the second time on Thursday, closing the door on its three-year long revival (technically counted as seasons 9, 10, and 11 of the Emmy-winning series).

While a number of guest stars swung by for the show’s farewell bow — including Matt Bomer and Minnie Driver, each reprising their recurring characters — the last episode was all about tying up the storylines of the main foursome, played by Eric McCormack (Will), Debra Messing (Grace), Sean Hayes (Jack), and Megan Mullally (Karen).

In the episode, Karen started a new chapter with an old flame, Jack saw his career dreams come true, and Will and Grace packed up their New York City apartment to move to their new house in the suburbs, where they plan on raising their two babies together.

“Everything’s going to be so different,” Grace told Will at the end, shortly before she went into labor. “A whole new life. A new house, kids. We’ve always been just been Will and Grace.”

“It’s okay. Maybe we’ve been Will and Grace long enough,” Will responded, later assuring her, “We are going to be great.”







In the end, Will remained undecided about McCoy, summarizing their future with a simple “we’ll see.”

And as all united back at Will and Grace’s now-empty apartment to say goodbye one last time, he finally felt something he had been avoiding all day: nostalgia for the life he was leaving behind.

“I’m happy for you,” Grace told Will. “Just like you’ll be happy when it happens for me.”

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