‘Will & Grace’ Castmates Reunite for Presidential Debate Skit
The cast of beloved U.S. TV comedy Will & Grace have reunited for a special presidential debate episode online.
Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally, and Sean Hayes appeared together in character for the first time in a decade in a video released on Monday, hours ahead of the first presidential debate between Hillary Clinton and Donald Trump.
In the scene, lifelong pals Will and Grace (McCormack and Messing) attempt to convince their pals Karen and Jack (Mullally and Hayes) not to vote for Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump.
The quartet also chats about the Fifty Shades of Grey phenomenon and Brad Pitt and Angelina Jolie’s split.
The castmates teased the video over the weekend.
Messing posted a sweet picture of herself embracing her onscreen best friend McCormack, adding the caption, “You smell the same!”
She also shared a group shot of the foursome in a loving embrace, and jokingly wrote, “Only smiling because of where Eric’s hand is!”
Mullally retweeted the post and added, “i’m smiling, too, and not just because of a hand,” ending the sentence with an emoji of a banana.
Mullally, who won two Emmy Awards for her portrayal of Karen Walker on the series, also shared a snap of Messing giving her a kiss on the cheek, adding, “a little girl-on-girl fun,” while Hayes posted a selfie of himself with his onscreen partner-in-crime Mullally, writing the caption, “OMG! They’re here!”