The stars of the hit sitcom "Will & Grace" reunited for Hillary Clinton.

Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes appeared in a new video in which they discuss the 2016 campaign as their fictional characters.

McCormack's Will Truman and Messing's Grace Adler are supporters of Clinton, though Karen Walker, played by Mullally, is firmly in the Trump camp.

Hayes' Jack McFarland is an undecided voter, and both sides try to sway him toward their candidate of choice.

"When I was as little girl, I didn't think that I could ever be president, and do you know what that was? Because no woman had ever been president of these United States," Adler said. "If you help elect Hillary Rodham Clinton, you -- just you! -- will be a part of the America that finally shattered that glass ceiling."

Spoiler alert: McFarland decides to vote for Clinton -- but not because of Adler's speech. In the end, he announces, "I'm with her" because Katy Perry is too.

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Prior to the video being released, the stars teased their reunion in cryptic social media posts, below.

"Will & Grace" went off the air in 2006.