Will & Grace: Megan Mullally pitches Karen as ‘the new Sean Spicer’

To read more on Will & Grace, pick up the new issue of Entertainment Weekly on stands Friday, or buy it here now. “That is such a good idea,” she said. When Will & Grace returns to NBC’s Must-See TV lineup this fall, President Trump will be a hot topic on the show, especially because Megan Mullally’s Karen is not only a supporter but also a friend of The Donald, as revealed in the election short that helped bring the show back to life. Will & Grace returns to NBC on Sept. “She’s at Mar-a-Lago quite frequently enjoying herself, but beyond that, I don’t know how the writers are going to handle that, but I’m really excited to find out, because I have a feeling it’s going to be pretty good.”
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When a reporter then suggested Karen could get a position in Trump’s White House, Mullally gasped. Oh my God, she could be the new Sean Spicer. That would be amazing. 28. Show Full Article Brown/Getty Images
Will & Grace will have plenty of time to explore that possibility; NBC added four more episodes to the revival season, bringing the total to 16, and also announced a 13-episode second season renewal. Will Karen Walker replace The Mooch? “I’m pitching that right now. She can only really concentrate for 10 minutes, so if she made it 10 days, we’d be surprised.”
Frederick M. And it’s a 10-day job. “All I know is Karen is besties with Donny and Melania,” Mullally told reporters following the Will & Grace panel at the Television Critics Association’s press tour on Thursday. Yeah, because Karen doesn’t have any problem with being unethical in any way, shape or form, so it’s a perfect fit. Don’t forget to subscribe for more exclusive interviews and photos, only in EW. More details here.