Will & Grace Cast reunites in their iconic way to sway one of their own to vote and vote right.
The cast of Will & Grace reunited recently and teased the masses over social media. The hit sitcom comedy cast including Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally posted pictures on their social media accounts and they were all smiles.
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Their cryptic messages made us wonder more whether the band was getting together again. With so many remakes happening, the possibility of this one seemed sweet.
They even posted a little video with a post-apocalyptic theme with the message along the lines of "A band of heroes WILL assemble to protect the world from aliens & destruction. Only an act of GRACE can save them in their battle for what IS right. Only they can bring America BACK from the brink."
A video was released, almost 10 minutes long in length and we knew that there could be nothing less than the most impending and important Clinton-Trump rivalry that would bring these guys back.
We see Will and Grace both disgusted by the material they are reading and while Will is disgusted that America is actually considering electing Trump as President and turns Grace’s attention to the topic as well.
That is when Karen walks in singing Trump praises and a war of opinion ensues which also entails around Karen’s treatment of her treatment of her housekeeper Rosario.
They conclude that the election is going to be decided by illiterate, white guys registered in Pennsylvania. That is when Jack enters the scene, pissed off from his latest dump.
He turns out to be an undecided voter and the trio do their best to turn him to vote for their side. After so many arguments, involving singing as well, Jack says they had not said what would finally turn him, according to CNN.
i'm smiling, too, and not just because of a hand