Grace is the character that I play. "I think the language was there and that I recognized right away and my body recognized it, but you know, its been 11 years and I think that I was a little tentative".
McCormack, who plays Will, shared a amusing story about his co-star Sean Hayes, who plays Jack, involving an NBC sexual harassment training that went very, very wrong. You might remember me from the cast of the show. "I think eventually by the third episode I just sort of relaxed and I was like, "Okay, she's back", she said.
Will & Grace gave us a worthy example of friendship and most episodes highlighted how supportive the title pair were of each other but some of the best moments came when Will and Grace found themselves on opposite sides of an argument.
With a new season of the show set to premiere, NBC and Hulu are offering fans the chance to catch up on all the things that made us fall in love with the show years ago.
Deloitte email platform hit by cyberattack
This is especially embarrassing for a firm that prides itself on helping other companies thwart online cybersecurity attacks. But it "resulted in access to nonpublic information" that "may have provided the basis for illicit gain through trading".
Then comes the catchy chorus: "Get down!"
The hand choreography was serious. But, of course, things got more amped up when Karen and "Just Jack!" hit the stage. "Not constantly, but once, maybe twice a year, we'd have dinner, often in NY, which is always fun", McCormack said at Saturday's Tribeca TV Festival in Manhattan.
Debra Messing had one request when she signed on to NBC's "Will & Grace" reboot.
Fallon joined the cast for the number's big finale.