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'Will & Grace' returns for new election-themed scene

By Wade Sheridan
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Eric McCormack (L), holds the award for favorite television comedy series for "Will & Grace," as he poses with cast members Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes (L-R) backstage at the 31st Annual People's Choice Awards on anuary 9, 2005. The cast has reunited to film a new scene for the series that focuses on the currently ongoing presidential election. File Photo by Raphael Lanus/UPI | <a href="/News_Photos/lp/b8535ec7549b28f10461558e9ce09d1b/" target="_blank">License Photo</a>
Eric McCormack (L), holds the award for favorite television comedy series for "Will & Grace," as he poses with cast members Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes (L-R) backstage at the 31st Annual People's Choice Awards on anuary 9, 2005. The cast has reunited to film a new scene for the series that focuses on the currently ongoing presidential election. File Photo by Raphael Lanus/UPI | License Photo

NEW YORK, Sept. 27 (UPI) -- The cast of Will & Grace have reunited to film a new scene that tackles Donald Trump, Hillary Clinton and the ongoing presidential election.

The clip, released just hours before the first presidential debate, brings audiences back to Will (Eric McCormack) and Grace's (Debra Messing) apartment as they discuss their dislike for Trump.

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Soon Karen (Megan Mullally) enters the scene waving American flags while wearing a Trump handbag declaring her support for the real-estate mogul whom she just got back from visiting.

"We just had such a great weekend at Mar-a-Lago with Donald and Melania," Karen says. "You know, it really is one of the most beautiful places on earth: the azure blue of the sea, the verdant green of the golf course, the mahogany brown of the staff."

Jack (Sean Hayes) then also pays a visit where he shares how he's an undecided voter registered to vote in the swing state of Pennsylvania. Soon the group begins to try and influence who Jack will vote for thinking he may sway the election with his vote.

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"She's going to elect justices to the Supreme Court who will protect your civil rights," Grace says as she tries to convince Jack to vote for Clinton.

"Yeah, but I don't like that she wears pants," he responds.

Finally, Will is able to convince Jack to join team Clinton after he shares the vital information he was looking for.

"Katy Perry likes Hillary," Will explains much to Jack's excitement.

The new scene comes after the cast hinted that something "big" was coming on social media following a collection of reunion photos the group posted across Twitter and Instagram.

Will & Grace originally aired for eight seasons from 1998 until 2006.

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