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01-Mar-2019 10:46

ERIC MCCORMACK: Steve Bochco was sitting next to Cee Lo. ERIC MCCORMACK: He's one of the strongest guys, I know. ERIC MCCORMACK: Well, I'm -- I went to high school with Elton's partner David in Toronto. I haven't seen him a whole lot lately but there was a time that my wife and I had David and Elton over to our house for dinner.

CONAN: Is this true that you are friends with Elton John?

They could call out the bigotry of seeing “no blacks, just a preference” in a dating-app profile.

They could tackle the ugly desexualization of Asian men (just put Shonda Rhimes and Lin-Manuel Miranda in charge of casting). And less vulgar than “Looking’s” anxious Googling about uncircumcised men ahead of a date with a Latino man.

ERIC MCCORMACK: My kid was a little boy at the time. He walked to it and sat down, put his fingers on the key and he said what would you like me to play. ERIC MCCORMACK: You say "Rocket Man," you look like a putz. I said I've seen that movie too from "Goodbye Yellow Brick Road" and he said, oh, [BEEP] off. [Laughter] [APPLAUSE] CONAN: And then he starts playing "Rocket Man." That's all he wants to play.

If Truvada, the HIV prevention pill, can appear in storylines on “How to Get Away With Murder,” surely it can be a steady, casual-to-serious presence on a “Will & Grace” reboot.Heterosexual Grace (Debra Messing) got all the good bedroom scenes and sexual storylines.(The episode in which she realizes she’s had sex with more partners but far fewer times than her boyfriend Nathan stands out.) While Will (Eric Mc Cormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) played out tired tropes of gays as snobby control freaks or happy-go-lucky promiscuous men, we rarely, if ever, saw them in bed, the notable exception being the time they woke up in bed together and spent the whole episode panicking — until they checked security footage and realized they hadn’t had sex.Both Will’s on-screen father (Sydney Pollack) and Grace’s on-screen mother (Debbie Reynolds) are dead now; maybe the show could address unfinished relationships with parents. Maybe Will and Vince fight over conflicting views about having an open or polyamorous relationship (a fight I’ve seen savage many gay relationships).Maybe Jack’s now-adult son, Elliot, grapples with bullying.

If Truvada, the HIV prevention pill, can appear in storylines on “How to Get Away With Murder,” surely it can be a steady, casual-to-serious presence on a “Will & Grace” reboot.Heterosexual Grace (Debra Messing) got all the good bedroom scenes and sexual storylines.(The episode in which she realizes she’s had sex with more partners but far fewer times than her boyfriend Nathan stands out.) While Will (Eric Mc Cormack) and Jack (Sean Hayes) played out tired tropes of gays as snobby control freaks or happy-go-lucky promiscuous men, we rarely, if ever, saw them in bed, the notable exception being the time they woke up in bed together and spent the whole episode panicking — until they checked security footage and realized they hadn’t had sex.Both Will’s on-screen father (Sydney Pollack) and Grace’s on-screen mother (Debbie Reynolds) are dead now; maybe the show could address unfinished relationships with parents. Maybe Will and Vince fight over conflicting views about having an open or polyamorous relationship (a fight I’ve seen savage many gay relationships).Maybe Jack’s now-adult son, Elliot, grapples with bullying.I ended up at a table with Conan with Angie Harmon.