Theirs was a comedy pairing for the ages: Waspy, high-maintenance gay man and adorably neurotic Jewish woman, shacked up in New York in platonic bliss.
Now the much-loved late '90s sitcom Will & Grace looks set to delight its fans all over again, as word is that a revival is in the works.
According to sources at TV network NBC, a one-off reunion of the show's main characters proved so popular last month that head honchos are now considering re-commissioning the show for a whole new series.
No doubt TV sitcom-lovers will be delighted; it's been far too long (10 years) since we last saw Grace spout Yiddishisms on screen, reminisce about Camp Ramah and even confess to eating a burger on Yom Kippur.
Here's hoping her theatrical and flamboyant Jewish mother, played by Debbie Reynolds, also makes a triumphant return.