‘Will & Grace’ aired for eight seasons on NBC from 1998-2006, winning 16 Emmy Awards and several GLAAD prizes.

The buzz about a possible “Will & Grace” reunion grew stronger and stronger, thanks to teases the original cast put out on social media. Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes return to roles they haven’t played in a decade, and it’s like they never left.

Scenario: Both Will and Grace are supporting Hillary Clinton and in this near ten-minute episode they try to convince Jack to not side with Karen, who of course is supporting Trump.

“Honey, if you don’t vote for Trumpy, there will be wars and monsoons and locusts and hordes of brown people pouring over our borders from every direction. I mean, it’s one thing if you’re sitting in the audience at ‘Hamilton,’ but do you really want to see those people everywhere?” says guess who.

Jack can’t decide for a moment you’d think he’d go for the third party option. Then Boom!

Will & Grace aired for eight seasons on NBC from 1998-2006, winning 16 Emmy Awards and several GLAAD prizes.

One of the first shows to centre on openly gay characters, it was even credited by vice president Joe Biden for educating the public on LGBT issues.

 

 

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