Will & Grace fans, rejoice: The crew is back together. The hit sitcom ended ten years ago, but the four main stars—Debra Messing (Grace), Erick McCormack (Will), Megan Mullally (Karen), and Sean Hayes (Jack)—got back into character for one new scene in Will and Grace’s famous New York apartment. The cast teased us with the reunion on Instagram this weekend, when Messing posted a photo of the group together again. And yesterday, Messing ominously tweeted, “I feel like something BIG is going to happen tomorrow.” Then BOOM, like magic, a new scene appeared on YouTube yesterday, showing the gang chatting—and Karen whining—just like the good ol’ days. The topic of conversation: Election 2016, naturally.
Will and Grace are voting for Hillary, while Karen is pro-Trump. Jack, however, is undecided, and not even sure if he’ll vote. The clip shows Will and Grace trying to convince Jack to vote Hillary, and they win out in the end. Full disclosure: The scene is actually a fully pro-Hillary video. The website for the video’s hashtag, #VoteHoney, goes to Clinton’s website. But there’s a message for people of any political affiliation in the clip: Vote. Each vote truly counts. It’s so important to vote and make sure your voice is heard, no matter who you support.
Regardless of your party affiliation, seeing the characters back in their Will & Grace world is pretty enjoyable. We get to hear Jack’s thoughts on the Brangelina breakup, Grace’s take on Fifty Shades of Grey, and Will’s thoughts on Ryan Lochte’s Dancing With The Stars protester debacle. My favorite part: When Jack checks the fridge in the apartment and says, “Why does everything in there look 10 years old?”