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Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2: episodes, bloopers and everything we know about the comedy

Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin in Grace and Frankie season 7
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All good things must come to an end, so is the case for Grace and Frankie, the Netflix comedy starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin that is set to conclude with its seventh season. The Emmy-nominated series is one of many TV shows in 2022 ending their run.

The final episodes upcoming aren’t the first taste of Grace and Frankie season 7, however. In August 2021 Netflix released the first four Grace and Frankie episodes from the final season, but now is getting ready to share the rest of them for fans. It’s a practice Netflix has been employing more of with some of its more popular shows, like Ozark, The Money Heist and others.

Here’s everything you need to know about Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2.

How to watch Grace and Frankie

The final episodes of Grace and Frankie season 7 are now on Netflix. Part 2 of the final season will feature 12 episodes, giving season 7 a total of 16 when including the four that were released last August. All previous seasons of the show are also available on Netflix right now. 

As the show is a Netflix original series, viewers will of course need to be a Netflix subscriber to watch.

Grace and Frankie season 7 episodes

Here are all the episode titles and synopses for Grace and Frankie season 7. Some minor spoilers in the descriptions.

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 1: "The Roomies"
"With their exes living at the beach house and FBI agents who arrested Nick sniffing around, Grace and Frankie frantically search for the money they hid."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 2: "The Arraignment"
"While Frankie retrieves the cash, Grace and Nick discuss their marriage at his arraignment. Joan-Margaret hatches a plan for laundering the money."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 3: "The Bunny"
"Bud tries to soothe discord at the beach house by throwing a brunch for the two families; but revelations from the past create even more hard feelings."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 4: "The Circumcision"
"Nick has a chance to get out of jail, but Grace likes things the way they are; meanwhile, an old acquaintance helps Frankie with the money laundering."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 5: "The Racoon"
"Grace and Frankie adjust to their new housemate, Robert and Sol join the neighborhood watch and Brianna reveals too much when she meets Barry's parents."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 6: "The Wire"
"The ladies try to help Nick reduce his sentence by implicating his partner. Sol attempts to catch a thief while Mallory establishes dominance at work."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 7: "The Pyshcic"
"Grace and Frankie scramble to keep their friend Arlene from being moved into memory care. Nicks gets in the way of Coyote's romantic plans."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 8: "The Bonida Bandidas"
"Brianna and Mallory work with a conflict mediator who doesn't exactly have a great track record. Grace and Frankie try to smuggle drugs out of Mexico."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 9: "The Prediction"
"Grace gets a distressing phone call that has Frankie questioning the future. Sol worries that Robert is experiencing memory loss."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 10: "The Panic Attacks"
"After a trip to the ER, Frankie takes Grace to a therapist. Brianna brainstorms her next move and Coyote hits a snag in his marriage plans."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 11: "The Horrible Family"
"Frankie decides to celebrate every annual holiday and special occasion in rapid succession. Grace finds a shocking connection to a rising politician."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 12: "The Casino"
"The ladies don disguises and head to a casino to spy on Coyote. Brianna also pretends to be someone she's not to appease a potential investor."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 13: "The Last Hurrah"
"Coyote confirms Allison's suspicion that Bud is lying to her. Grace goes after Nick for his tell-all book. Frankie seeks a happy ending of her own."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 14: "The Paprikash"
"Grace craves a comforting dish from her childhood, but only her estranged brother has the recipe. Sol and Peter team up to blackmail a theater critic."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 15: "The Fake Funeral"
"Frankie throws herself a funeral, leaving Grace to attend an important meeting alone. To Brianna's annoyance, her family rallies around Barry."

Grace and Frankie season 7 episode 16: "The Beginning"
"Robert finally comes to terms with his memory loss. Grace and Frankie confront the possibility of immediate death — or aging for a few more years."

Grace and Frankie season 7 bloopers

Who doesn't love a good blooper reel? Netflix had one last gift for Grace and Frankie fans as the show has reached its end, a blooper reel of the cast (mostly Lily Tomlin and Jane Fonda) from season 7.

Who is in the Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2 cast?

The titular Grace and Frankie are played by none other than Hollywood legends Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, with Fonda as Grace Hanson and Tomlins as Frankie Bergstein.

Fonda broke out in the 1960s with movies like Cat Ballou, Barefoot in the Park, Barbarella and her two Oscar-winning roles in Klute and Coming Home. She took about a 15 year break from acting between the ‘90s and mid ‘00s (she’s always been busy outside of Hollywood as an activist and philanthropist), but in recent years has starred in projects like The Newsroom, This Is Where I Leave You, Youth and others. Grace and Frankie, however, has been her big commitment since the show debuted in 2015.

Tomlin’s career has been best defined by her comedic roles, though she has a varied resume that includes Nashville (for which she received an Oscar nomination), All of Me, Flirting With Disaster, The West Wing and millennials will recognize her as the voice of Ms. Frizzle on The Magic School Bus.

Grace and Frankie served as a reunion for Fonda and Tomlin, who famously starred together (along with Dolly Parton) in the 1980 classic 9 to 5.

Other members of the Grace and Frankie cast include Sam Waterson as Sol Bergstein and Martin Sheen as Robert Hanson, Grace and Frankie’s ex-husbands, whose coming out and revealed relationship was the the inciting incident for the series. Other members of the regular cast include June Diane Raphael as Brianna Hanson, Brooklyn Decker as Mallory Hanson, Ethan Embry as Coyote Bergstein and Baron Vaugh as Nwabudike Bergstein.

Some additional confirmed cast for the final episodes include Peter Gallagher and, excitedly, Dolly Parton, bringing together the full 9 to 5 trio.

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What is the Grace and Frankie premise?

Grace and Frankie kicks off with the titular characters learning that their husbands are not just work partners, but that they have been romantically involved for many years and are ready to fully embrace that part of their live. This makes Grace and Frankie, who previously had a strained relationship, cope with it all together.

Here is the official description of the final season from Netflix:

"Seven years ago, Grace and Frankie’s lives turned upside down when their longtime husbands left them for… each other. Both sparring partners and partners-in-crime, Grace and Frankie formed an unlikely and unbreakable bond as they faced uncertain futures head-on and hand-in-hand. They’ve laughed together, cried together, did shrooms together and twice over became successful entrepreneurs together. A history-making 94 episodes later, Grace and Frankie continue to show themselves, their families, and their fans what it means to live life to the fullest, fearlessly and unapologetically. Here’s to seven seasons of laughs, tears, mood-enhancers, and good vibes. And, as Grace and Frankie would say, f**k it. This may be their final chapter, but they’re just getting started."

Is there a Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2 trailer?

The trailer for Grace and Frankie season 7 part 2 is here. We'll soon find out how the show will end the story of these two friend, though as we see in the trailer, it won't be a Thelma & Louise ending. 

Fans of the series can also now watch a special farewell video to Grace and Frankie right here:

Michael Balderston is a DC-based entertainment and assistant managing editor for What to Watch, who has previously written about the TV and movies with TV Technology, Awards Circuit and regional publications. Spending most of his time watching new movies at the theater or classics on TCM, some of Michael's favorite movies include Casablanca, Moulin Rouge!, Silence of the Lambs, Children of Men, One Flew Over the Cuckoos Nest and Star Wars. On the TV side he enjoys Peaky Blinders, The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel, Saturday Night Live, Only Murders in the Building and is always up for a Seinfeld rerun.