The 'Will & Grace' Cast Reunited After 10 Years To Remind America To Vote

Times may have changed, but they sure haven't.

Over the past several days, the cast of Will & Grace has been teasing a reunion on social media. Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Sean Hayes, and Megan Mullally all shared photos together and hinted at a brand-new scene. It's been 10 years since the sitcom's finale aired on NBC, so fans were understandably excited to see the gang back together.

On Monday, shortly before Donald Trump and Hillary Clinton took the stage for the first presidential debate of 2016, the cast's very relevant new project was revealed. In the same vein as recent videos starring Marvel actors and women in entertainment, the new clip encourages viewers to get out and vote this election day. And they're not so subtle in their preference for a certain candidate.

Fans will be delighted to see how effortlessly the cast picks up where they left off, slinging one-liners left and right. The premise is that Will and Grace are horrified to learn that Karen supports Donald Trump, so they try to get her to see the error of her ways. Meanwhile, Jack reveals that he's still undecided and registered in the swing state of Pennsylvania.

"She is going to appoint justices to the Supreme Court who are going to ensure your civil rights," Grace says of Clinton.

"Yeah, but I don't like that she wears pants," Jack argues.

In the end, it comes down to one very important issue. As Will reminds him, "Katy Perry likes Hillary." And just like that, he's #withher.

See all the fun and heed the message to #VoteHoney in the video below: