With more than a touch of nostalgia, a big crowd of LGBT Atlantans gathered Thursday to watch the premiere episode as NBC dusted off comedic hit "Will & Grace" for a ninth season.
It's been 11 years since the hit show closed its eight-season run. So HRC's Atlanta supporters joined with Creative Approach and W Atlanta - Midtown for a watch party in Midtown. The evening offered "Will & Grace" themed cocktails, a replay of the 2006 finale and, of course, the new episode.
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