The cast of Will & Grace reunited for a special 10-minute episode that aired Monday, in an attempt to drum up voters for democratic presidential nominee Hillary Clinton.


Ten years after the show’s eighth and final season, Debra Messing (Grace), Eric McCormack (Will), Megan Mullally (Karen), and Sean Hayes (Jack), got together with a common goal – to warn against a Donald Trump presidency.

The episode sees Grace and Will emphatically supporting Clinton, and Karen and Jack both undecided, despite the fact that Trump did not represent their interests. Karen seems enthralled with Trump and Jack is just extremely uninformed.

Karen jokes about being friends with the Trumps, and how Donald gave her the idea to build a wall to keep her maid Rosario out of the main house. “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,” Karen says. “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?”

Joking aside, the cast goes over the importance of voting, especially in the swing state of Pennsylvania, where Jack, an “unemployed white man,” is apparently registered to vote. “This is the most important election of our lifetime,” Will points out. Grace follows with, “when I was a little girl, I didn’t think that I could ever be president, and do you know why that was? Because no woman had ever been president of these United States.”

The episode ends with Jack being convinced to vote for Hillary, as he points at Will and states, “I’m with her.”

The episode coincided with Monday night’s first presidential debate between Clinton and Trump, the most watched debate ever. The Will & Grace cast joins a long list of celebrities who have come out in support of Clinton.

Will & Grace aired for eight seasons from 1998-2006 and won 16 Emmy Awards. Recently the cast has also been teasing an I Love Lucy reboot, but has not yet been confirmed.

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