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How America has changed for gay people since 'Will & Grace' first aired


It was a luxury to have such a show and a renaissance of sorts for gay people in popular culture, given that it marked the end of the worst years of deaths from the AIDS epidemic in the U.S.


In her review, Variety TV critic Maureen Ryan wrote: “It makes sense that ditzy rich lady Karen would be friends with Melania Trump (who is not seen on the show).



While in character, Mullally performed a version of “Green Acres” with Donald Trump — then host of “The Apprentice” — dressed in denim dungarees and a straw hat, at the 2005 Emmy Awards in an “Emmy Idol” segment (inspired by “American Idol,” the big show at the time).


Gates, who is now retired and previously worked as research director of the Williams Institute for Sexual Orientation Law and Public Policy at the University of California.




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