No 'Just Jack!' for Sean Hayes in 'Will & Grace' revival

The Cast Of 'Will & Grace' Put Lyrics To Their Theme Song & It's Kinda Perf

"Ladies and gentlemen, for the first time ever, the "Will & Grace" theme song performed with lyrics!"

The cast of Will & Grace finally blessed us with a live performance of the show's theme tune on last night's episode of The Tonight Show - and they've added lyrics!

Fallon also pointed out that Will & Grace is one of just three TV shows-along with All in the Family and Golden Girls-in which each main cast member has won an Emmy.

She joined McCormack and their troupe of backup dancers to declare, "Get down!"

"The only thing that I asked for was that Grace be a feminist", Messing said during the discussion. "You can see it this fall on NBC".

The foursome - and Fallon - then come together to belt out, "Get down!"

Sean Hayes says viewers won't see him framing his face with his hands and declaring "Just Jack!" in Season 9 of his sitcom "Will & Grace". "Only show on NBC not set in Chicago", sang Mullally with her signature dry humor.

"Originally we only committed to 10, and then we got the first episode and we did a table read of it and it was electric and the laughter was deafening and the president of the network was there and that night he asked for more and for next year as well", the actress, who plays Grace Adler, explained to THR ahead of a panel and screening of the first episode of the revival at the inaugural Tribeca TV Festival in NY.

While Hayes sings about how Will & Grace is the "best show in the whole universe, but it's still on NBC so we can't f*ckin' curse".

Nineteen years after the original series premiere, the cast returns to reprise their famed roles Thursday, September 28 on NBC.



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