The TV program “Will & Grace” has lost more of its audience as it continues its attacks against the supporters of President Donald Trump, this time calling them ‘neo-Nazis’ in its Nov. 14 broadcast.
In the episode titled “The Chick or the Egg Donor,” the action takes the audience to one situation where the character Jack, played by actor Sean Hayes, calls the bakery that refused to bake a cake for President Trump’s followers, according to Breitbart.
The establishment was given that name since its clients are Republican supporters who protested against the rejection of its request.
The characters of the series asked for take away food in the middle of a business conversation, and precisely the one who came to deliver the food was the owner who refused to comply with the order in the plot of the cake, seen in the previous season being ruined by the protests that followed, which she claimed to have lost her bakery.
In addition, Karen, another of the characters suggested that they change the name of the baseball team they are negotiating over as the subject of the episode, and call it “Racist Jokes.”
The commentator Cristina Iskander said in a review about the delivery of the program, “The overarching story doesn’t work but I will give credit where credit is due. On a macro level, the story doesn’t work, and even Patton Oswalt’s presence doesn’t help matters.”
The NBC series is being criticized for its strong political tendency, in particular for its presentation of leftist issues and its attacks on President Trump’s followers, including the promotion of the #MeToo movement and the rejection of conservative values, in reports from Breitbart.
Thus, with the episode attacking Republican supporters alluding to the “center for neo-Nazis,” the program reached a new low in the adult population aged 18 to 49, ranking fifth with 2.7 million viewers, according to The Wrap.