In September, the former cast of Will and Grace came together for a special episode — 10 years after the show went off the air in 2006

By Brittany King
Updated December 19, 2016 02:24 PM
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Megan Mullally has the perfect candidate in mind for Donald Trump‘s Secretary of State and she’s a boisterous one!

In a new interview, Mullally opened up about the chances of a Will and Grace revival and her thoughts on where her character Karen Walker would be if the show picked up post-presidential election.

“Karen would be in the cabinet. She’d be a Cabinet member,” she joked to ET. “She’d probably be Secretary of State.”

In September, the former cast of Will and Grace came together for a special episode — 10 years after the show went off the air in 2006 — in the hopes of getting people out to vote.

In the 10-minute special, Karen Walker (Mullally), was a proud supporter and close friend of Donald and Melania Trump and had been helping the Republican nominee with his controversial immigration policy.

At the time, the special also doubled as a campaign ad for Trump’s presidential opponent Hillary Clinton with Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, and Sean Hayes‘ characters voting for her.

As for the possibility of the gang getting back together for a fresh new round of hilarity, Mullally went on to say that there’s no better time to make that happen than now.

“It certainly couldn’t be a better time,” the 58-year-old actress admitted to ET. “We would have carte blanche because of everything that’s happening in the world right now. I think it’s a really nice time for us to get back together and do some comedy.”