Will & Grace
Will & Grace was an American television sitcom
Situation comedy
A situation comedy, often shortened to sitcom, is a genre of comedy that features characters sharing the same common environment, such as a home or workplace, accompanied with jokes as part of the dialogue...

 that was originally broadcast on NBC
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 from September 21, 1998 to May 18, 2006 for a total of eight seasons. Will & Grace remains the most successful television series with gay principal characters. Despite initial criticism for its particular portrayal of homosexuals, it went on to become a staple of NBC's Must See TV
Must See TV
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 Thursday night lineup, where it was ensconced in the Nielsen
Nielsen Ratings
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 Top 20 for half of its network run.

That's why I should never meet a legend. It's always disappointing, like the time I met Big Bird at the Ice Capades. Not so big.

To Ben Ducette when Will first meets him. (Actually Episode 8, of season 2)

Oh, you must be poor.

Thats like saying Prada's are just shoes, or vodka is just a morning beverage!!!

That's just another one of those buzz words that people throw around that don't really mean anything like "maternal" or "addiction."

Honey, it's just an award they invented to keep gay men off the streets for a night.

Karen, talking to James Earl Jones about the Tony Awards

Time to pay the corkage fee, Crazy!

Karen to Molly Shannon's charachter at an AA meeting

Honey, I haven't slept since 1972, but thank you!

Karen, after Rosario tells her that she better sleep with one eye open that night as a threat.

Oh, sorry I'm late. I wanted to make sure I missed most of dinner.

Karen after she shows up late to Will's birthday dinner

Ladies and gentlemen… JACK McFARLAND!