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I loved Chandler's Will and I even understood and liked his tics, but I like Guy's Will as well. They are in a way two different Wills but that makes complete sense to me.

Will was shocked out of his innocence (he had no business being that innocent to begin with after the childhood he's experienced and when he was being blackmailed by the town's crime lord at the age of 18) when he discovered that his mom, grandmother and the mother of his baby threw his cousin in the river. He just realized that his life completely got complicated and would continue to be crazy, so he has to be an adult to deal with all the craziness so that he can protect his daughter. After the new year's eve discovery, I've expected Will to change. And I actually like the change. One thing I always hated about Will was passive and a bit of a wuss. The new Will is agressive and I like that. I never thought Nick intimidated the new Will, even with all the stuff he had on him, and that makes me happy.

But I agree with those of you who are saying a transition time would have made it easier to accept the change. They should've waited for the wedding and maybe sent Will to another trip to Berkeley before they introduced Guy Wilson or maybe they could've made Will deal with some life altering change, like an accident or something.
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