It's the 'Will & Grace' Reunion We've Been Waiting For -- Watch the Stars Debate the 2016 Election!


Be still our TV-loving hearts -- the beloved cast of 'Will & Grace' just reunited for the first time in 10 years!

Be still our TV-loving hearts -- the beloved cast of Will & Grace just reunited for nearly ten glorious minutes and we cannot stop feeling all of the nostalgic small screen feels!

Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally
and Sean Hayes had the Internet in a full-fledged frenzy this morning with the news that the cast had reunited for "something big," and now we finally know why.

Ten years after the finale of the trailblazing NBC comedy, Will, Grace, Karen and Jack have stepped back into their iconic NYC set for the first time ever to take on the 2016 presidential election in their own inimitable way.

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"This just sucks!" Will and Grace exclaim in unison over one of their signature breakfast-sharing scenes in Will's apartment. True to the sitcom’s classic wit, Will was referencing the fact that Donald Trump is a nominee to be the next President of the United States, while Grace was livid that Jamie Dornan used a butt double in Fifty Shades of Grey.

The reunion webisode follows McCormack and Messing immediately falling back into the fast-paced sync of their on-screen BFFs, with Mullally and Hayes perfectly bringing Jack and Karen's zany dynamic back to life right before our very eyes.

Will and Grace, who are firm supporters for Hillary Clinton, try to sway Jack's vote to the left, while Karen stays true to her frustratingly delusional character traits and proudly claims she's voting for Trump. In the end, Will says the magic phrase that convinces Jack to make a decision: "Katy Perry likes Hillary."

The YouTube video has everything a Will & Grace fan could ever ask for: Jack's classic "Just Jack!" catchphrase, Karen's description of her latest Rosario-centered antics, Grace's horrible singing, and subtle nods to their future selves (Psst! Check out the fridge!) But the main point of the video is encouraging Americans, especially those "undecided voters in Pennsylvania," to go to the polls this November with the hashtag "#VoteHoney."

Press play on the video above to have your own mini freak-out session over this spot-on Will & Grace reunion!