State Supreme Courts overturning same-sex marriage bans. Popularly elected legislatures endorsing full equality. And brightening prospects in a handful of states across the country. These recent developments were far from imaginable in 1998 when NBC began broadcasting Will & Grace. (In fact, Will & Grace aired between the dubious bookends of the Defense of Marriage act and the bigoted 2006 mid-terms.) The boundary-breaking sitcom landed prominent gay characters on prime time and -- we like to think -- helped in its own way change attitudes.
To celebrate the release of two new DVDs -- the best of Love & Marriage and the best of Friends & Foes (which features Jennifer Lopez, Kevin Bacon, Glenn Close, Britney Spears, Matt Damon, Madonna and others) -- we're giving away three sets to devoted Popnography readers. What better way to spend a night than curling up with your BFF on the couch, ordering some take out, and reliving your favorite moments from the 16 Emmy-winning series?
To qualify, leave your favorite Will & Grace moment or trivia in the comments section by Sunday midnight (EST) (our personal favorite, Parker Posey as a bitchy Barneys manager). We'll randomly choose three winners Monday morning and ship you your prizes!
Will & Grace: Best of Love & Marriage and Will & Grace: Best of Friends & Foes, which each include 16 episodes on two discs, are available for purchase on May 5 from Lionsgate.
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