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I can’t believe this happened.
“Will And Grace” Cast Planning Reunion, For Real.
Max Mutchnick’s groundbreaking gay sitcom Will And Grace will be returning to television in the near future. Although the shape and form of the reunion is still unknown, the legendary cast has been hinting at this possibility for a while now.
According to the WoW Report, all four main cast members (Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes) are ready and willing to participate in the special, eight years after the show’s conclusion.
OMFG! IT’S HAPPENING! OMFG OMG OMG OMG!
Two years ago, Donna Risso and her friend Michael were living under a bridge in New Orleans. They were struggling not only with homelessness, but also with Donna’s mounting health problems, which included hepatitis C, cirrhosis of the liver, encephalitis, pancreatitis and chronic anemia. Donna was a “frequent flyer” at the emergency room, often five to 10 times a month, but her health was getting steadily worse.
Social workers using federal and state resources helped Donna find housing and got her on a state program called “disability Medicaid,” which covers health care costs for people who meet federal disability criteria but are not yet on the federal program. This important initiative, common in many states, is a bridge to health services for people applying for federal benefits, which can take years.
Although the program was a lifesaver for Donna, Gov. Bobby Jindal terminated “disability Medicaid” in Louisiana as of Jan. 1, leaving 9,200 people across the state with no coverage.
Photo: An outreach team from Unity Of Greater New Orleans counsels a homeless man on housing options, January 2011. © 2011 AP Photo/Gerald Herbert
It’ll be okay, dude.