WATCH: The cast of 'Will & Grace' reunites for their own presidential debate

Will, Grace, Jack and Karen battle it out over their respective candidates, back together for the first time since 2006

Will & Grace,


A full decade after its eight-season run, the popular American sitcom Will & Grace returned last night for a reunion of sorts, with the show’s four principal cast members acting out a 10-minute update of how they’re voting in November’s election.

Emmy-winners Eric McCormack and Debra Messing reprised their roles as the apartment-sharing gay lawyer and straight interior designer Will Truman and Grace Adler, joined as ever by their scene-stealing co-stars (and also Emmy-winners) Megan Mullally as Karen Walker and Sean Hayes as Jack McFarland.

Each of the four actors had teased the reunion on their social media accounts, with the skit uploaded to the YouTube account Vote Honey yesterday ahead of the presidential debate.

In the scene, set in the recreated living room of Will and Grace’s apartment, millionaire Karen tells the Democrats-supporting duo that she’s voting for New York billionaire Donald Trump, with whom she has a personal friendship (“I helped him pick out Melania!”). Floater voter Jack remains undecided, with Karen and Will and Grace each vying to persuade him over to their respective sides of the house.

Take a look at the scene in full below:

For more TV news on, please click here.