The new series of Will and Grace isn’t set to air until Novemeber.
However fans have been given a special glimpse into the new season of the NBC show months before it airs.
10 episodes are being filmed for a new season, set to air later this year.
A page from the script has been leaked online after a show boss Tweeted an image from the upcoming series.
Series co-creator Max Mutchnick took to Twitter to share the glimpse into the comeback series.
The Emmy Award-winning producer tweeted a picture from the writer’s room showing an episode called ‘The Wedding’.
W&G Writing Room on Hiatus. Stopped by the office to pick up my wig. #wigandgrace pic.twitter.com/Cvy0aoYVXt
— Max Mutchnick (@MaxMutchnick) June 9, 2017
In the script Jack is arguing with Will over a date.
He also asks for money at the end of his comments – when Karen enters with a monkey, apparently.
The script reads: “JACK: I see where this going. You ask me to be your date, you drink too much, I’m disgusted, you feel uncomfortable and end up giving me money at the end of the night.
“I guess what I’m saying is, I need to borrow a grand.
“We can talk about it later when you’re plastered.
“WILL: Jack, you read my mind. I guess I’ll go with Plan B. No date.
“KAREN ENTERS WITH A MONKEY.”
It comes after the cast began filming the new season, and seem to be having the time of their lives.
Megan Mullally posted that she was “back in drag” with her partner-in-crime Sean Hayes dressed as Jack, triggering a flurry of excitement.
The pair looked really very excited to be filming again, as the posted selfies from a promo shoot for the new series.
NBC has officially announced the long-rumoured comeback of gay sitcom Will and Grace.
Talks have been rumoured for several months, after the show was revived for a one-off election skit, but a video from NBC confirmed the news.
The network said: “Will. Grace. Karen. Jack. TV’s favourite foursome is coming back to NBC!”
Debra Messing tweeted: “IT’S OFFICIAL !!! THE GANG IS GETTING BACK TOGETHER on @NBC!”
The NBC sitcom ran for eight seasons from 1998 until 2006 – and the show has often been hailed as the watershed moment in LGB visibility in the media.