Will was "normal" (read: straight-acting) and Jack was the stereotype.For a kid who was twirling around to Diana Ross out of the womb, someone like Jack wasn't a stereotype, he was hope.
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Karen Walker (Mullally) became not only my spirit animal but my shaman of schtick.
The combination of great writing, great directing and one of the greatest sitcom casts ever proved irresistible.
It's been nearly 10 years since we last saw Eric Mc Cormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally hamming it up on the groundbreaking series about four gay guys, two of whom happened to be biological women. Ahead of its September 21 debut date, I remember reading about the show in (when that was still a thing), which praised the characterization of Will, but was less favorable to Jack.
I immediately identified with Jack (Hayes), a flamboyant queen with an unshakable if impractical dream of being a star.
I\'ve had so many people approach me that didn\'t even know you very well tell me how you made a difference in their world when it mattered the most and when they needed it the most and you didn\'t even know it.