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Karen Bardsley and Danny Masterson. (AP)
Karen Bardsley in “That ’70s Show.” (WENN)
Bardesley has been on the receiving end of some good fortune, as she co-stars in NBC’s hit comedy “That ’70s Show” and also starred as a teenager alongside Masterson in “Will & Grace” last season. And with both series on the bubble this season, she and Masterson might be able to finally have some closure in their relationship as they try to find new work.
Bardsley will wrap up a week-long engagement Friday to appear in the second-season premiere of “That ’70s Show” as a cast member who has a new show she wants to get started.
The 31-year-old actress will appear as Jane’s younger sister, who is trying to make it on New York’s Broadway scene. The actress, who has appeared on both “Will & Grace” and “Friends” earlier in her career, told E! News on Friday: “I love the show, and I am definitely excited to see how I am going to come into this world a little bit.”
Bardsley also previously told The New York Times she loves playing “Sister Mary,” a character “who is very wise and has a great sense of humor. She brings a lot of humor to the table.”
Masterson, 42, who made a brief appearance in the third season of NBC’s “Will & Grace” as a younger Will that was in love with Jane, was supposed to appear in the upcoming sixth season as Will’s partner/business partner, David Foster. But with all of the new projects he’s developing, and his work schedule, Masterson hasn’t been able to commit to a full-