See 'Will & Grace' reunite on 'Mysteries of Laura'

See 'Will & Grace' Reunite for 'Mysteries of Laura' Episode
See 'Will & Grace' Reunite for 'Mysteries of Laura' Episode

It's finally happened - "Will & Grace" have reunited! Well, kind of.

On Wednesday, Eric McCormack acted alongside his former "Will & Grace" co-star Debra Messing for the first time since the show's 2006 finale.

And let's just say their roles on "The Mysteries of Laura" were just a little different from the lovable sitcom characters they played in the early 2000s.

"I was a lousy husband, and it was an ugly divorce, but there's no reason for me to have hurt Emma," said Andrew on "The Mysteries of Laura."

"Except a lifetime of alimony. You wanted off the financial hamster wheel. There is no one else, Andrew," said Laura.

"There has to be, because I didn't do this! I didn't kill Emma!" said Andrew.

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But they were definitely happy to be back together on the small screen after all these years, even if Eric was playing a murder suspect in a case Debra's character was trying to crack.

Debra said on the "Today" show Wednesday acting with Eric again was like riding a bike.

"As soon as we started it was like, 'Oh, my gosh, you are the person I trust more than anyone in the world. We did that for eight years. We just played. It was heaven."

And for Eric's part, while they were filming the episode last month, he tweeted this sweet photo of him and Debra along with the caption, "Dropping in on an old friend. Well, not OLD..."

We can only hope Debra and Eric decide to join forces again sometime in the future. You know, because there's only so many times we can watch "Will & Grace" reruns before it just gets sad.

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