The culmination of eight seasons ends tonight with a one-hour series finale. Will Will and Grace raise a child together and find ultimate happiness? Will Jack find anyone that loves him as much as he loves himself? Will...
There is a Sound of Music sing-a-long and everybody dresses as his favorite character. Will ends up at the wrong address, but luckily meets a handsome guy. Grace, meanwhile, feels a little misplaced as a Maria without her Mr. Van Trap. Will decides to stay with the guy he just met, leaving Grace alone at the movie theater where she starts singing songs from the movie to children. In the movie theater, Karen throws her flask off the balcony, she and Jack have to search for it before someone finds out that it was her who threw it, because her name is on it.
In the second live episode of the final season (all set in Karen's Bathroom), Karen hosts a birthday party for herself for the first time and invites Will, Jack, & Grace. Then they learn that Karen has been hosting this party annually for 10 years.
Jack is sick with the flu and Karen offers him to stay at her mansion so she can take of him. When he is in Karen's house he sees a whole new part of it and he finds something that Karen calls "the forbidden room". Karen doesn't tell Jack what is in the room. Jack tries to figure out what could be behind the locked door. Grace meets Margot at the coffee house and she offers her a job to design the law firm. Grace accepts the offer although she just accepted another offer from a retirement home. When she tells Will about her decision, he is enraged, because he cannot ...
The foursome visit L.A. to check out UCLA with Elliot. Will bumps into James, whom he met the night of the "Sound of Music Sing-Along". Jack tries to make Elliot pay for his irresponsibility, but Elliot doesn't accept Jack as his father.
Grace hires another assistant who is Iranian. And when she turns out to be inept, Grace wants to fire her but doesn't out of concern that she's doing it because of her ethnicity. Jack takes Will to a Gay Western Bar to meet his new guy who hits on Will.
After a large corporation takes over OutTV, Jack's talk show "JackTalk" is completely revamped. An immediate change comes when the new conservative owners hire Amber-Louise as "JackTalk's" new co-host. While Jack is deciding whether or not he'll stand up to his new bosses, Karen goes baby shopping. After seeing Grace so happy about her pregnancy, Karen decides she wants a baby of her own and offers to pay a make-up lady, Cricket, to carry one for her.
After losing his job as the host of "JackTalk," Jack vows never to return to acting. An unrelenting Karen, however, will not let Jack give up on his passion and decides to do whatever it takes to get Jack to an audition. Meanwhile, Grace accompanies Will to dinner at his parents' home, but a simple dinner soon turns into a showdown between Will and his father when his dad decides to give Grace's unborn child Will's cherished baby blanket.
Friends and family gather for the funeral of Will's father. During the reception everyone shares fond last memories of Will's father, while Will's last memory is not as pleasant. As he tries to come to terms with their last fight, Marilyn helps him realize the changes he must make in his life. Meanwhile, Grace attempts to comfort the grieving younger members of the family and begins to doubt her ability to be a good mother.
As Will rekindles his relationship with Vince, Grace wonders if Will will be there for her once the baby arrives. Meanwhile, Karen's marriage is in trouble, but she finds little comfort from Jack, who's preoccupied with his new TV show.
The culmination of eight seasons ends tonight with a one-hour series finale. Will Will and Grace raise a child together and find ultimate happiness? Will Jack find anyone that loves him as much as he loves himself? Will Karen find true happiness with the absence of Stan? All these questions and more will be answered as this groundbreaking series concludes eight amazing seasons.