As NBC gears up for the return of Will & Grace after more than a decade, the network is reminding us that “it was a phenomenon that changed television forever.” And for the first time since The Da Vinci Code was in theaters, the fab foursome is back together and ready to resume the romp.

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That’s right, honey — after 10 seconds of recapping the Emmy-winning 1998-2006 incarnation, the promo goes back to the future with Eric McCormack, Debra Messing, Sean Hayes and Megan Mullally reprising their roles in the 16-episode comeback season. Also returning are creators/executive producer Max Mutchnick and David Kohan, joined by a number of the original series’ writers.

The show was the highest-rated sitcom among adults 18-49, from 2001-05, but its revival was unexpected. Will & Grace Version 2.0, which already has been renewed for a 13-episode second season, started with a surprise 10-minute election mini-episode that translated into a series order for a new run. That order was increased to 12 episodes in the spring and now to 16, with the comedy anchoring a new Must See TV NBC Thursday lineup starting September 28.

Sample gag: The gang is relaxing in the living room as Jack (Hayes) looks at his phone: “Grindr’s gotten so skanky,” he laments. “I feel like I could get finger herpes just scrolling.”

Welcome back.