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An iconic duo is back! Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack return to host the ultimate Will & Grace re-watch podcast. Each week on JUST JACK & WILL, Sean, who has never seen it before, and Eric, who may have seen it too much, break down an episode of Will & Grace with charm and chemistry. They revisit jokes, share never before heard stories, reunite with their fellow cast members and fabulous guest stars, and showcase the team who helped Will & Grace win an astounding 18 Emmy Awards.
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The PIVOT WITH SEAN HAYES explores The Pivot individuals make in life to get their business and/or life back on a successful and productive track. Sean Hayes interviews CEOs of Failed Companies, Former Pimps, Former Drug Addicts, Pastors, Ex-Convicts, Failed Entrepreneurs and others on their path from Tragic Failure to Euphoric Success. SEAN HAYES is an International Businessman, Head of an International Law Firm, Former Law Professor, Former Dean of a UN University, International Attorney a ...
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Pretty Sure I Can Fly is a humorous exploration of things that had never been done, until someone did them. It’s a series of weekly conversations about what it takes to break through the barrier of “impossible” and set new standards for human limitation. Pretty Sure I Can Fly is like going to history class, except your teachers are actor, stuntman,…
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Please take a seat for this week’s Just Jack & Will, as Sean & Eric get to the bottom of episode 222, “My Best Friend’s Tush.” They talk about the Subway Tush song, Butfford the spokes-puppet, Joan Collins going ham on a taco, and how many takes, ironically, it took Sean to remember the line “you do the talking.” Then, they welcome Rob of Rob & Ell…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all burning salads and half-hearted apologies as Sean & Eric review episode 221. They discuss the fantastic guest turns by Orson Bean and Piper Laurie, the epic story of the Future Jack that never was, and just how special it was being in the room when Gregory Hines was in full flight. Then, they welcome a key me…
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Welcome Back Home to Just Jack & Will, as Sean & Eric try to convert you into a fan of episode 220. They discuss the strange story of babies in the year 2000 named IUMA, the total commitment of guest star Molly Shannon, and learn the present day location of this episode’s music box. Then, they welcome all-around entertainer par excellence Neil Patr…
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Welcome to Will & Grace: After Dark, as Sean & Eric review the only W&G episode ever to be rated TV-14! They discuss how funny Rob and Ellen are in this one, the sole appearance of Will’s service stairwell, and are compelled to note the abundance of breast-based comedy. Then, they welcome the co-writer of this episode, and Nurse Sheila herself, the…
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They say charity begins at home, and this week Sean & Eric put that to the test when they review an episode infamously disliked by cast & crew, “Sweet And Sour Charity.” They talk about the great energy of the A-scene, the genius of the set for Karen’s closet, try to pinpoint exactly where it went awry, and maybe, just maybe, find some things they …
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This week on Just Jack & Will, your primary care providers Sean & Eric take episode 217’s temperature and find it feverishly funny! They talk about L.A. rain, Lovespring International, this giant hospital set, Members Only jackets, and much more. Then, they welcome the star of this episode’s most famous moment, and one of the most famous Will & Gra…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, get ex-cited to talk about ex-es as Sean & Eric get back in touch with episode 216. They talk about the very touching A-story, the very funny B-story, and all the other important topics: Stove Top Stuffing, Marlo Thomas, and Peter Gallagher’s eyebrows. Then, they welcome Heartland star Chris Potter to talk about playi…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all blind dates and bad advice as Sean & Eric review 215, “Advise And Resent.” They discuss Eric’s raccoon haunting, piccolo bread flutes, Scottish brogues, and losing your whistle. Then, they welcome Corey Parker, who played the first recurring partner on Will & Grace, to talk about Josh’s motivations and explos…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all location, location, location, as Sean & Eric review “Acting Out,” the first on-location episode of Will & Grace! They discuss hitting your marks while riding a bicycle, the joys of a classic walk-and-talk, the origin of the “Faye Dunaway in a wig cap” line, and talk a whole lot about Tootsie. Then, they welco…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, lotta dads, lotta daddies as Sean & Eric give a lifetime achievement award to episode 213 of Will & Grace. They talk about having to wait awkwardly for your takeout, sing the theme song to Baretta, and spend plenty of time reminiscing about the legend Sydney Pollack. Then, they welcome a true cult icon, the fabulous P…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all shrinks and 40 winks as Sean & Eric give the treatment to episode 212, “He’s Come Undone.” They discuss kissing Grace, high school Spanish tapes, their identical haircuts, and The More You Know. Then, they welcome this episode’s fabulous guest star, Markus Flanagan, to talk about how you can tell the quality …
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s a stroke of luck as Sean & Eric review the stimulating “Seeds Of Discontent.” They discuss homemade ice cream, the debut of Nurse Sheila, Grace’s pigtails, Banana Republic cashmere, and the origin of the phrase “macho gazpacho.” Then, they welcome this episode’s delightful guest star, Megyn Price, to talk about T…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all teapots and songs in a high key as Sean & Eric appraise the value of 210, “Tea And A Total Lack Of Sympathy.” They discuss hot spin classes, The Ratings Lady, Antiques (on the) Roadshow, the motion of Eric’s pipes, and the ocean of Jack’s shirts. Then, they welcome stage and screen legend, friend of the hosts…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all voiceovers and hangovers as Sean & Eric dip their bottomless breadsticks into 209, “I Never Promised You An Olive Garden.” They discuss picking a word for the year, school bullies, Elvis Costello, and the intricate timing and blocking of a farce sequence. Then, they welcome You and Gossip Girl actor Penn Badg…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric employ a new attitude for a new year as they break down “Terms Of Employment.” They talk about the real workplace training that inspired this story, stage combat, reminisce about just how great Gregory Hines was, and Eric shows off his epic warm-up tongue twister. Then, they welcome character actor extraor…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s a Happy Holidays from all of us! Sean & Eric take a festive look at a classic Will & Grace episode, as it becomes clear that Jack has never come out to his mother. They talk about gummy hangovers, their favorite Christmas movies, marvel at the funny and touching script, and are dismayed by how many glasses of win…
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This week on Just Jack & Will: Wait. Sorry, that should say “waiter,” this week on Just Jack & Will: Sean & Eric talk waiters and adult videos (not the Merchant-Ivory kind) as they review “To Serve And Disinfect.” They talk about ballet service, smashed noses, and that feeling you get when food or drink on TV looks really, really good. Then, produc…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric have breaking news: Will’s lost his job! Karen’s on a budget! They talk about Rush, their choreographed dances, the last ride of Gary Grubbs as Harlin Polk, and just how much money is flying around in this episode. Then, senior writer and later showrunner of Will & Grace, Jeff Greenstein joins them to talk…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric are all-singin’, all-dancin’ when Debbie Reynolds returns as Bobbi Adler. They talk about daylight savings, The Music Person, the Virgin Megastore, Death Of A Salesperson, Nash Bridges, and taking suggestions from the floor. Then, Will & Grace art department staple, and lead set decorator for the reboot, P…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric have a stacked episode to get a feel for, as they handle 203, “Das Boob.” They talk about (and through) invisible braces, perform the original deleted opening scene, and try to figure out why John Gregorio became Donald Dorio, and just what happened to Judy Lombardosi. Then, costume designer extraordinaire…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric elect to cover “Election,” the second episode of Will & Grace’s second season, and note a delightful new edginess to their characters. They talk about the large guest cast, clarify that neither of them were Dharma or Greg, and Sean reminisces about how friendly to work with that bird wasn’t. Then, they wel…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric crack open the second season of Will & Grace, with the titular best friends handling their codependency by moving ten feet apart, and Jack living with his new green card bride Rosario in the back of Karen’s penthouse. They discuss VHS tapes, the summer reruns that brought the show to a bigger audience, app…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric close out Season 1 of Will & Grace with a special live show recorded June 12, 2023 at the SVA Theatre for the Tribeca Film Festival. They talk about Tonys, Shelley Morrison, & insuring a sports car, then welcome their special guest Debra Messing. The three talk about their character growth and hair cuts ov…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric score big as they break down the ultra-competitive Alley Cats. They discuss KissCams, Free Enterprise, playing games with Biff and Reg, and Riverdance. Then, they welcome writer Alex Herschlag to talk about this very silly B story and the deleted scene that gets the A Story to the bowling lanes. She’s got …
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric are really tickled by guest star Miguel Ferrer and his deadpan delivery. They discuss Lucky Chums, the large number of Easter egg names and faces that appear, auditioning for Down With Love, and talk about the jokes they wrote for each other throughout the series. Then, they welcome Peter Chakos, the edito…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, there’s a lot to work out as Sean & Eric review “Will Works Out,” the only episode from the original run that was never shown in syndication. They talk about mp3.com, hollow weights, Barbra Streisand, and Jack’s silent “Funkytown.” Then, they welcome key Will & Grace writer Jon Kinnally to dig deep about this episode …
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review the debut episode for Molly Shannon’s fan favorite character, Val. They talk about kissing contests, rigged outfits, cinched jumpsuits, and wonder about all the deleted scenes in this hilarious show. Then, they welcome their producer extraordinaire, from the pilot to the finale of the reboot, Tim Ka…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric talk about the first out-of-town episode of Will & Grace, as the crew head to Karen’s cabin in Vermont to distract Will from an unhappy anniversary. They cover fake snow, undercooked roasts, pre-show rituals, and talk about a deleted scene starring a famous TV dad. Then, they welcome the writer of this epi…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, will he/won’t he and is he/isn’t he, as Will and Grace find themselves fighting over the same guy in one of series co-creator Max Mutchnick’s favorite-ever episodes. Sean & Eric discuss the usual: needlepoint, elevator doors, golf clubs, cabanas, and gaydar, oh my. Then, they welcome composer and Sean’s actual human h…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, oh brother, it’s a big bonus size two-parter, the first To Be Continued in Will & Grace history! Sean & Eric cover both installments of this family affair, as Will’s estranged brother Sam comes to town, and it takes Grace to make the peace, to break the peace, and Jack and Karen to lay down some hard truths. Then, the…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric find themselves singin’ in the praise as they review the great Debbie Reynolds’ debut as Bobbi Adler. They talk about popcorn shrimp, card game logic, stage echoes, and the fantastic blooper that really stole the show. Then, they welcome their costume designer on every season of Will & Grace, and even in t…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review an episode of Will & Grace that’s maid to order. They discuss the original guest star, remember the great Wendie Jo Sperber, and talk Zen gardens, tennis rackets, and staplers, oh my. Then, they welcome the writer of the episode, the fabulous Adam Barr, who does not remember this one fondly, but mig…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, it’s all nice on ice as Sean and Eric review an early Will & Grace episode which was inexplicably aired eleventh. They discuss gray chest hairs, Dominican parades, Hot Pot Guy, and the first celebrity who ever appeared as themselves, figure skating legend Rudy Galindo. Then, they welcome Sex And The City/And Just Like…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, eavesdrop as Sean and Eric review a Will & Grace episode about drama overheard and drama performed. Sean doesn’t remember a second of it, Eric doesn’t remember how it ends, so neither of them is prepared for Untitled Jack McFarland Fall Project Entitled Jack: A Meditation In Three Parts. Then, they welcome production …
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean and Eric review the debut of Klaus von Puppy! They talk about their own rescue dogs, Eric explains the many degrees of separation contained in a single joke, and the guys round-up every one of the pop culture references in the episode. Then, they welcome Jim Colucci, the author of Will & Grace: Fabulously Uncenso…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean and Eric review an episode about Jack’s magic fingers and Grace’s magic tears. They talk about Eric’s accents, Sean’s physical business, and are compelled to look up “dolphin shorts and slouch socks.” Then, they welcome Bob Greenblatt, the chairman of NBCUniversal at the time of the Will & Grace reboot, to discus…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean and Eric review the episode where Grace puts a moratorium on fun in a misguided attempt to save her love life. Topics include Lilith Fair, headstands, taxes, and Rolodexes, and they wonder where exactly Jack lives at this point in the series. Then, they welcome actor Julian McMahon to talk about his single scene …
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review “William, Tell,” an episode with a very interesting backstory. They talk about splitting up Jack with Grace and Will with Karen, performing phone calls live, and how the show is already able to incorporate sincere emotional moments among the jokes. Then, they welcome co-creator David Kohan to discus…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review the first Halloween episode of Will & Grace, and at least one of them isn’t charmed. They talk about Harlin’s eerily silent children, Grace’s Laura Petrie look, and use this episode’s formula to work out what their drag queen names would be. Then, they welcome the co-writer of the episode, Tracy Pou…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review the episode that gave the world “Just Jack” and at least one of them is distracted by their own comic delivery. They talk about Jack & Karen’s strange dance, all the behind-the-scenes cameos in the cafe, and debate whether or not Grace’s catastrophic interior design is really all that bad. Then, the…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric are joined by the one-and-only Debra Messing to review the third episode of Will & Grace, in which an argument over the size of their bathrooms causes friction. They talk about Deb’s memories of being cast, golden gifts from executives, what they learned from their bloopers, and much more. Then, they go th…
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This week on Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review the second episode of Will & Grace, in which Grace moves in and Karen and Jack finally meet. They reenact a scene, talk about blow-up dolls, salad acting, and touching stomachs, and Sean struggles a little with early Jack. Then, they welcome legendary director James Burrows to talk about directing e…
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On the first episode of Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric review the Will & Grace pilot, finding lots to love and some hairstyles to regret. They talk about the sharp writing, the vivid sets, the little details that can indicate a character’s backstory, and wonder how on earth anyone could have missed that Will is gay. Then, they welcome co-creator Max…
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On this introductory episode of Just Jack & Will, Sean & Eric take a Moment Of Presentness and find out about each other’s lives and careers before they even met! We learn about nine pound bowls of pasta, Super Bowl commercials, Street Justice, their auditions for Will & Jack, the original fifth character, and much more. Spend some time getting to …
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An iconic duo is back! Sean Hayes and Eric McCormack return to host the ultimate Will & Grace re-watch podcast. Each week on JUST JACK & WILL, Sean, who has never seen it before, and Eric, who may have seen it too much, break down an episode of Will & Grace with charm and chemistry. They revisit jokes, share never before heard stories, reunite with…
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Sean Hayes interviews Korean National Mr. Joseph Zoh. Mr. Zoh is a CPA and holds a Masters in Human Resource Management. He discusses a major Pivot in his work and personal life that led to a happier and more successful future. The Pivot with Sean Hayes (Episode 2: Joseph Zoh). (c) 2022 Sean C. Hayes . All Rights Reserved.…
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A great episode on The Pivot with Sean Hayes featuring Harlem Pastor Jack Royster. Pastor Jack Royster discusses his Pivot in life and how he began his own church after leaving his past life of crime and disappointment to his mother and wife behind. Pastor Jack was a drug user and pimp that now mentors youth, assists the formerly incarcerated to fi…
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