Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 9-12) [DVD] 
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Episodes 9-12 from the third season of the popular US sitcom. In 'Three's a Crowd, Six is a Freak Show', Grace (Debra Messing) is horrified to discover that the new love of her life has six toes on one foot. 'Coffee and Commitment' sees Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace being asked to read at the civil union of two friends. Sandra Bernhard guest stars in 'Swimming Pools... Movie Stars', which sees Will and Grace posing as a wealthy couple shopping for homes owned by the rich and famous. Finally, 'Crazy in Love' sees Will trying to impress his new friend Matt (Patrick Dempsey), a TV sports reporter, with his athletic prowess - but Grace is the one who has to show him how to bat a ball properly.
Hit American sitcom Will and Grace is as perky as Friends and as wittily urbane as Frasier. The premise concerns Will (Eric McCormack), a mildly uptight lawyer who agrees to have as a flatmate his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing). Their relationship has all the hallmarks of one between lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each other's nerves, strong mutual interests and volcanic arguments. The only snag is that while Grace is straight, Will is gay.
Though not shy of poking sharp fun at that situation, Will and Grace is among sitcom's most potent and sophisticated antidotes to homophobia. Though initially a little too pleased with its own camp pertness, the show grows and grows on you with successive episodes, finally becoming indispensable. It also benefits from secondary characters Jack (Sean P Hayes) and Karen (Megan Mullally), also gay and straight respectively, both outrageously and hilariously irresponsible characters: he's a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married some. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punch lines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the lovelorn predicament of the main characters to prevent it becoming too cute. --David Stubbs --This text refers to an out of print or unavailable edition of this title.
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