Former First Lady Michelle Obama has managed to get herself back into the headlines with the revelation that she will guest star in the revival of the sitcom Will & Grace.
An insider connected to the show told InTouch magazine, “Former first lady Michelle Obama will appear on the show.” The anonymous source continued, “The details are still being worked out, but supposedly Michelle is up for anything, as long as it doesn’t cross the line too much.”
According to the statement, the episode will focus on the left-wing politics of today, but that Michelle Obama, “will not be taking any personal jabs at President Donald Trump. The writers will leave that to the rest of the cast.”
The production team at Will & Grace, which regularly promoted then-Senator Barack Obama during its first run back in the early 2000s (and once, even featured an episode where a main character relayed a fantasy she had about the future President), couldn't be happier about the development.
"Everyone associated with the show is so excited about landing Michelle,” the insider emphasized. "They think the episode will be comedy gold and a ratings hit.”
The entertainment industry, of course, has a love affair with left-wing politicians, like Michelle Obama, and is deeply committed to forcing Americans to tolerate leftist politicians in their prime time sitcoms. Former Vice President — and global warming alarmist — Al Gore appeared on a fourth season episode of 30 Rock ‘Sun Tea’ to spread his environmental propaganda, for example. Joe Biden appeared twice on Parks & Recreation, and Democratic National Committee bigwig Donna Brazile was a regular guest on CBS's The Good Wife.
This will actually be Michelle Obama’s fourth television appearance, as well, according to the Internet Movie Database. She previously appeared on Prank It Forward, two episodes of the hit sitcom Parks And Recreation, an episode of Disney's ICarly and as a guest on the Internet viral hit, Lil Bub’s Big Show.
The original Will & Grace ran on primetime television for eight seasons from September 21, 1998 to May 18, 2006. In January 2017, it was announced that the series would return for a two seasons of sixteen and thirteen episodes respectively.