Tired of watching Grace space out and Will whine? The team behind the sitcom Will & Grace is offering comic support online. NBC recently launched a site devoted to ebullient, openly gay secondary character Jack (http://www.justjack.com), where you’ll find thoroughly unconvincing documentation of Jack’s marriage to maid Rosario, a peek into his flighty psyche, and, coming up, a tribute to Megan Mullally’s wacked-out Karen. Sean Hayes, who plays Jack, has no involvement in the site — though his face is all over it — and refuses to comment. Perhaps he considers it a character-building experience.
The emigration of established entertainment execs to e-ventures continues. Danny Goldberg, CEO of indie Artemis Records (and ex-CEO of both Mercury’s and Warner Bros.’ labels), recently helped launch ArtistEnt (http://www.artistent.com), which gives such acts as Sheryl Crow, Sugar Ray, and Stone Temple Pilots’ Scott Weiland a venue to showcase their creativity. Weiland, for one, plans to display his jail-time drawings. ”You can do anything you want,” he says, ”probably just short of…dressing up in women’s clothing.” Good thing David Bowie already has his own site.