The groundbreaking sitcom begins its return to prime time
TELEVISION -- After airing its last episode in 2006, Will and Grace was taken off the air and forever remembered as the LGBTQ show that broke the mold.
Now, 11-years later the show has begun its triumphant return to the small screen and it's almost like it never left.
Fans will remember that the show was ahead of its time, and even former Vice President Joe Biden said that the show "did more to educate the American public," on LGBTQ issues.
Combining the spark between the main cast - Eric McCormack (Will), Debra Messing (Grace), Sean Hayes (Jack), and Megan Mullally (Karen) - and everyday issues that affected not just the straight community, but the LGBTQ one as well, Will and Grace ran for eight seasons before it ended its run.
On Sept. 28, 2017, the show made its mark by reuniting the fans with the characters they love, and thrusting them into a funny spin on current political issues.
The show wrote off the now defunct series finale, as Karen having a drunken dream that Will and Grace were old, married - to other people, - and sending their kids off to college. Laughing off the fact that the two having children now wouldn't be funny.
The premiere touched on the ever controversial topic of the President without actually mentioning him by name - although his wife is name dropped by Karen quite a lot.
Grace is invited to redecorate the Oval Office, while Will takes a trip to meet guy who works for the government at the Rose Garden.
Of course neither of the duo tells the other what they're doing for fear of ruining their newly rekindled living arrangements, and the stage is set for the classic drama that bolstered the sitcom for years.
The episode ends with Grace officially moving back in with Will, and like clockwork the show has come full circle bringing back the misadventures of the iconic pair.
While the show has already been renewed for two seasons, the potential to keep going beyond that is set thanks to the feel of the show that makes you think the last 11-years of Will and Gracelessness were never there.