Scoff if you will, but the relationship between the two main characters was always complex. The question of “where the hell is this going” was never far from the show. The answer — not too far — may have been disheartening, though it was ultimately softened by “fate” leading their children to meet, seemed realistic.
Of course, sit-com finales always seem a bit disappointing in the one element that made them thrive — humor. Will & Grace was really no different, but did an above average job of remember the laughs. But it was certainly not a laugh riot, as the necessity of story-telling to tie up loose ends took over.
The hour of behind-the-scenes clips before the show, however, provided a great reminder of how funny the show once was. I will admit I was reluctant to watch a show with a gay main character. But after missing half of the first show I watched busting a gut at Jack, I was hooked. Though it lagged a bit in the final seasons, Will & Grace was always worth it to make a point to watch.