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Debra Messing and Eric McCormack discuss 'Will & Grace' legacy, karaoke, and 'Breaking Bad'


Debra Messing and Eric McCormack know their way around a joke.

The duo kept fans laughing for eight years on Will & Grace, and now  –since it has been 15 years since Will & Grace premiered — Messing and McCormack stopped by EW to reminisce, not to mention continue to crack us up.

The two’s fan-favorite chemistry was on display when they took EW’s Pop Culture Personality Test together, teasing each other while Messing shared her Meryl Streep love and McCormack discussed just how many karaoke CDs he own (Hint: It’s a lot.)

The laughing continued when the duo talked about their thoughts on Will & Grace‘s legacy. Messing told EW that the episode people most often approach her to gush about is the “exploding water bra” from the episode “Das Boob.” For McCormack, it’s the series finale. “I get people coming up to me wanting to talk about that last scene,” he explained. “The idea that there were these two young people that everyone in the audience assumed was us, in flashback, and then when they realized it was our kids, the gasp from that audience, and then us coming in as people in our sixties, everyone always says they cried.”

Watch below for more from Messing and McCormack, where in addition to answering our questions about first celebrity crushes and television moments they’ve rewound, fans can see that the two should really consider a musical recording together — if only they could remember all the words to said duets. READ FULL STORY

Throwback Thursday: The single greatest moment from a 'Will & Grace' Thanksgiving episode -- VIDEO

Will & Grace‘s Jack McFarland is one of my all-time favorite characters to ever grace the small screen. From crafting the greatest 50-second entrance in sitcom history to that time he danced with J.Lo and everything in between, Jack gave me some of my most memorable TV moments. And considering today is Thanksgiving, I thought it would be fitting to relive one of Jack’s many highlights, which happened to occur during one of Will & Grace‘s much-missed Thanksgiving episodes.

When our favorite foursome headed to Queens so Will could meet Vince’s family, things got a little, well, slippery. Watch the clip below:

I'm Still Not Over... The series finale of 'Will & Grace'

Here at PopWatch, we’re reminiscing about the pop culture moments that we still can’t get over — no matter how much time has passed.

Will Truman and Grace Adler belong together. That is why you can find their names on every “Greatest Television Couples” list there is, and odds are, they will be the one of the only platonic duos on said list. And why? Because they complete each other even without romance. They are two characters you actually hoped wouldn’t find love so that they could spend the rest of their lives living together in New York City, attending the Sound of Music sing-a-long, and winning the Suck On It cup at game night. But unfortunately, that’s not how things played out. Romance got in the way … a little too much for my liking. READ FULL STORY

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