By Evan Slead
October 04, 2016 at 07:54 PM EDT
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Just in time for the big election, the cast of Will & Grace got together for a reunion performance that spread the joy of voting and earned them the elected winners of Most Bingeworthy Performance.

During the latest episode of Bingeworhty, the new series from the People/Entertainment Weekly Network, hosts Jessica Shaw (EW Radio on SiriusXM) and Touré (MSNBC’s The Cycle), gave their unanimous vote to the reunion 10 years in the making.

Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes may have been away from their Will & Grace set for awhile, but their coming together was the perfect way to kick off the presidential election debates. The clip dropped just hours before the first night of debate, and was originally seen as a pro-Hillary ad. Messing, Grace herself, stepped in to clarify that the whole get together was to push the importance of voting, as seen through Jack’s undecided attitude toward the democratic system.

“I just love the whole conception,” said Touré. “Of course Karen is for Trump, and of course the rest would be for Hillary, with Jack struggling cause he loves Karen so much.”

Apart from its political message, the idea of an actual Will & Grace reboot wasn’t off the table. “I don’t know that I’m totally on board with every sitcom needs to be revived on a streaming channel, but this group, I like them,” said Shaw. “I was so happy to see them together.”

Watch this full episode of Bingeworthy, available now, on the new People/Entertainment Weekly Network (PEN). Go to, or download the PEN app on Apple TV, Roku Players, Amazon Fire TV, Xumo, Chromecast, iOS and Android devices.

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