JACK: I see where this going. You ask me to be your date, you drink too much, I’m disgusted, you feel uncomfortable and end up giving me money at the end of the night. I guess what I’m saying is, I need to borrow a grand. We can talk about it later when you’re plastered. WILL: Jack, you read my mind. I guess I’ll go with Plan B. No date. KAREN ENTERS WITH A MONKEY.We can't wait to see how this one turns out. Meanwhile, show star Debra Messing recently revealed that new episodes of Will & Grace wouldn't side-step the problematic ending of the show's original run, which saw the series' titular characters stop speaking to each other for twenty years after a mammoth falling out. The 48-year-old actress told The Bill Carter Interview: “All I know is that I was told that they’ve come up with a very creative way of dealing with how the show ended, and that it will be in real time.” Perhaps the monkey brings everyone back together? All we know is that we'll out for sure when Will & Grace returns to screens this autumn on NBC. More stories: Colton Haynes: ‘My management forced me to date women’ Orlando Gay Chorus honour Pulse shooting victims with moving rendition of ‘True Colours’
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