Did “Will & Grace” hint that it is coming back on television after the release of a scene where the characters are all talking about the upcoming 2016 elections?
The video, which dubbed as a “Will & Grace” scene, was released hours before the first 2016 presidential debate between Donald Trump and Hilary Clinton.
Cast members Debra Messing (Grace), Eric McCormack (Will), Sean Hayes (Jack) and Megan Mullally (Karen) reunited together and are all seen in the video where they were discussing the elections, with Karen making “brown people jokes.”
“When I was a little girl, I didn’t think I could ever be president,” she told. “Because no woman had ever been president of these United States and I can think of no greater message to sends to millions of little girls, and little boys who are going to be little girls, and little girls that are going to be little boys, that if you work hard and dedicate yourself to serving others that one day you too could hold the highest office in this great nation.
Karen also tried to convince Jack, an undecided voter, to go for Donald 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,” she said. “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?”
Will ended up the conversation by telling Jack that Katy Perry will be voting for Hilary Clinton.
Could this short clip not just a reminder for people to go out and vote? Is “Will & Grace” back on NBC after its demise on 2006?
Sean Hayes has got fans in frenzy after he posted their photo in his Facebook page saying, “We’re baaaaaaaaaaaack!”
“Will & Grace” had eight season before they bid their goodbye in 2006.