If there's one good thing to come out of this frequently disheartening presidential election, it's that the Will & Grace cast has reunited not once, but twice now. In September, the foursome (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally) got back into character to encourage fans to get out and vote. The skit was followed by reports that NBC was planning a revival of the beloved sitcom.
While we wait not-so-patiently for confirmation, the cast was nice enough to perform together yet again last week, this time off the set but with a similarly political message. The actors attended a fundraiser for Hillary Clinton in Los Angeles, where they performed a song supporting the Democratic presidential nominee and criticizing Donald Trump.
According to Entertainment Weekly, the performance was a parody of the song "Officer Krupke" from the musical West Side Story, with vlogger Randy Rainbow providing updated lyrics relating to the election.
"Our country's kind of crazy, but still you give us faith / That's why we're with you November 8th," they sing of Clinton. They later ask, "Is there a legal way that we can vote for you twice?"
However, they're decidedly less flattering when it comes to Trump. "He's the worst, he's the worst, he's the freakin' worst / Like he's actually the freakin' worst," they chant, before providing an exhaustive list of reasons to back up their claim. All the while, Messing cuts in with the Republican candidate's signature debate interjection: "Wrong."