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Will and Grace Boxsets

Long running US sitcom nominated for 2018 Golden Globe

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  • Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 1-8) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 1-8) | DVD | (03/06/2002) from £7.04  |  Saving you £12.95 (64.80%)  |  RRP £19.99

    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 let his best friend, interior designer Grace (Debra Messing), to become his flatmate. Their relationship has all the hallmarks of lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' 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 a free spirit and freeloader, she&#146;s "working" as Grace's assistant, even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punch-lines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute.--David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 16-22) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 16-22) | DVD | (22/07/2002) from £2.83  |  Saving you £14.61 (73.10%)  |  RRP £19.99

    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 lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' 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 a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punchlines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 21-24) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 21-24) | DVD | (21/04/2003) from £4.84  |  Saving you £8.15 (62.70%)  |  RRP £12.99

    My Best Friend's Tush: Grace discovers that one of Karen's friends is the notorious Helena Barnes (guest star Joan Collins) one of New York's most celebrated interior designers and her primary competition for a lucrative design job. Meanwhile Jack might regret it when he convinces Will to help him try to obtain financing for his latest venture The Subway Tush - a portable seat to make subway rides comfy. Girls Interrupted: Grace becomes chummy with her unpredictable neighbour Val (guest star Molly Shannon) from down the hall and while the pair surprisingly find they share a mutual rapport Grace's glow dims when she tells Will that a sentimental music box has disappeared during her new pal's visit. Meanwhile Jack poses as a straight man to attend a party for former homosexuals who have become heterosexual - fully intent on swaying a new convert (Neil Patrick) back to his side of the gender-preference aisle. Ben? Her? (Part 1) To help make peace between Grace and Ben Will has them both over to dinner only to have their relationship go beyond friendship. But then Will finds out that Ben is dating someone else. Meanwhile Jack catches Rosario in a clinch with a lover and learns that she wants a divorce. Ben? Her? (Part 2) Forced by his boss to betray both of his friends Will quits - only to discover that everything isn't as it seems. Frustrated he leaves a lost Jack and Grace behind and ends up on a tropical island without a care in the world. That is until Ben shows up...

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 9-12) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 9-12) | DVD | (24/03/2003) from £1.94  |  Saving you £2.50 (35.80%)  |  RRP £6.99

    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 lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' 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 a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punchlines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 5 (Vol. 1) Will and Grace: Series 5 (Vol. 1) | DVD | (07/03/2005) from £3.25  |  Saving you £7.61 (58.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Will and Grace are back for the fifth season! Featuring episodes 1-4 1. And the Horse He Rode In On 2. Bacon And Eggs 3. The Kid Stays Out Of The Picture 4. Humongous Growth

  • Will and Grace: Series 5 (Vol. 2) Will and Grace: Series 5 (Vol. 2) | DVD | (07/03/2005) from £5.38  |  Saving you £7.61 (58.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Will and Grace continue their hilarity littered journey through series 5. Featuring episodes 5-8: 5. It's The Gay Pumpkin Charlie Brown 6. Boardroom and a Parked Place 7. The Needle And Omelet's Done 8. Marry Me A Little (1)

  • Will and Grace: Series 5 (Vol. 3) Will and Grace: Series 5 (Vol. 3) | DVD | (07/03/2005) from £5.39  |  Saving you £7.60 (58.50%)  |  RRP £12.99

    Further series 5 episodes of Will And Grace. Featuring episodes 9-12: 9. Marry Me A Little More (2) 10. The Honeymoon's Over 11. All About Christmas Eve 12. Field Of Queens

  • Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 9-15) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 1 (Episodes 9-15) | DVD | (22/07/2002) from £2.84  |  Saving you £14.76 (73.80%)  |  RRP £19.99

    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 lovers--emotional dependency, little things that get on each others' 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 a free spirit and freeloader, she's "working" as Grace's assistant even though she doesn't need the money, having married it. Despite its diamond and rapid-fire punchlines, Will and Grace conveys enough sense of the main characters' lovelorn predicament to prevent it from becoming too cute. --David Stubbs

  • Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 17-20) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 2 (Episodes 17-20) | DVD | (21/04/2003) from £2.50  |  Saving you £N/A (N/A%)  |  RRP £11.99

    Advise And Resent: When Will is set up on a blind date (guest star Michael E. Rodgers) by his boss (Gregory Hines) he has internal debates on whether or not to go. Of course Jack gives Will advice on how to be a good blind date. Meanwhile Grace continues to struggle with her wimpy boyfriend Josh (guest star Corey Parker) as Karen doles out some typically un-wanted advice. An Affair To Forget: When Ellen (guest star Leigh-Allyn Baker) and Rob (guest star Tom Gallop) announce that they are getting married Grace feels forced to reveal to Will that she once slept with Rob - a secret that surfaces at Ellen's hen party and prompts Ellen to seek revenge. During Rob's bachelor party Jack is confused and baffled when he becomes aroused by the lap-dancer hired for the evening. There But For The Grace Of Grace: It's a scary glimpse into the future for Will and Grace when they visit their curmudgeonly retired college professor (guest star Orson Bean) only to discover that he is a bitter old man that has a Grace (guest star Piper Laurie) of his own. Meanwhile Karen (Megan Mullally) must confront her most mortal enemy - the kitchen - when Stan requests a homecooked meal for his birthday and she looks to Jack and Ben to come to her rescue. The Hospital Show: While on a blind date Will finds out that Karen's husband Stan has had a heart attack and rushes to the hospital to be with the gang. Will Jack Grace and Rosario all speculate on who Karen will turn to for her inevitable emotional breakdown. After all who pays the bills if Stan dies?

  • Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 9-12) [2001] Will and Grace: Series 3 (Episodes 9-12) | DVD | (22/09/2003) from £5.31  |  Saving you £7.61 (58.60%)  |  RRP £12.99

    The third volume of episodes from season 3 of the smash U.S. sitcom. Episode titles: Three's A Crowd Six Is A Freak Show Coffee & Commitment Swimming Pools... Movie Stars Crazy In Love.

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