Will & Grace

Will & Grace Are Dating The Same Otter In New Episode

Will & Grace is coming back to us after it's winter break and we're excited to see this week's episode for the dashing new, yet very familiar, otter playing center stage.

The promo video for the upcoming Will & Grace episode called "Friends & Lover" has been released and we get a little glimpse of the man taking up Will and Grace's affections in it.

Surprisingly though, the man in question, known as the “Bad Boy of Bread," is played by none other than Nick Offerman. Offerman also happens to be actress Megan Mullaly's real life husband.

In addition, this weekend is the Golden Globes and Will & Grace is nominated for two awards. The NBC series has been nominated for Best Comedy Series and Best Actor (Eric McCormack). 

In its original run, the show was nominated at the Golden Globes 29 times but never won an award. Maybe this is the year.

Tune into the Golden Globes on Sunday to see what happens and tune into NBC before that to see whether Nick Offerman chooses Will or Grace.

Watch Megan Mullally Mess With Boys On Tinder

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We’ve all had those funny (and sometimes frustrating) stories of people messing with us on dating apps, but most of us haven’t been lucky enough to have a celeb do it.

As many of us are raving over the premiere of the new “Will & Grace” reboot, the stars of the show are out doing their best to promote it.

Debra Messing is doing her part by being on the justified side of the Megyn Kelly situation, and Megan Mullally is making us laugh by messing with straight boys on Tinder.

In the segment for Vanity Fair, Mullally takes over one of their employee’s Tinder accounts and goes to town with dirty jokes and bad misdirects.

You almost feel bad for the guys who are the butt of her jokes, but once they got informed of the situation I’m sure they felt lucky to be a part of it.

Now, if only Vanity Fair would do a gay version of this segment.

Debra Messing Reportedly In Trouble With NBC Over Megyn Kelly Post

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It seems the Megyn Kelly/Will & Grace situation just won’t end, but it looks like NBC wants it to.

To catch you up to speed, former news anchor Megyn Kelly recently tried to transition from news to talk shows by hosting her own show.

But ever since sitting in the host’s chair, she has found herself in one negative news headline after another.

She invites the Will & Grace cast onto the show… and she insults them (and the gay internet) with a joke. She invites Jane Fonda onto the show… and she insults her with questions about plastic surgery (and not questions about Fonda’s new Netflix project). Clearly, Kelly needs to work on her hosting.

But, while Fonda just tried to direct the conversation back to her new project and then let the moment die, Debra Messing didn’t let it go.

As we reported yesterday, Messing took to social media to comment her dismay towards Kelly for her joke.

But, news has hit that Messing may have gotten herself into a little mess by commenting on it.

Page Six is reporting that Messing has been spoken to, through her agent/publicist, by a higher up at NBC.

Supposedly, “Debra was told to cut it out by someone high up in the NBC Entertainment division run by Bob Greenblatt, via her agent or publicist,” according to a corporate executive.

Of course, NBC and Messing’s team have declined to comment on this, but hopefully this will be the end of the entire situation.