1. "Will & Grace" reunite! Debra Messing and Eric McCormack, the stars of the beloved ‘90s sitcom, were on TODAY Thursday to discuss the show’s lasting impact.
“What I'm most proud of is that we always treated, the show always treated, Will's desire for the perfect man as equal to Grace's desire for the perfect man. ... That was the real message,” McCormack said.
2. The parents of an American journalist who disappeared while reporting from Syria made an appeal Thursday for information about their son, saying they know no more now than they did when he vanished nearly a year ago.
“We’ve heard nothing. Nothing. We last knew that he was abducted on Thanksgiving Day in the Idlib province, but we don’t know who took him or why,” John Foley said on TODAY.
3. Maria Kang, a 32-year-old fitness enthusiast of a mom, went viral this week: In a photo, she's seen posing in a sports bra and tiny exercise shorts, surrounded by her three young sons. The caption reads: What’s your excuse?
It was, of course, rather controversial.
But she told TODAY that many others actually found the post inspiring and that was the point of the whole thing.
“I think they see it as, you know, I have a child, or I have two — and if she can do it, so can I,” Kang said.
4. Three years ago, former Vice President Dick Cheney was so close to death that he said goodbye to his family and provided them with instructions for his cremation.
“If this is dying, I remember thinking, it’s not all that bad,” Cheney writes in the book, according to The New York Times, which obtained an advance copy. “I believed I was approaching the end of my days, but that didn’t frighten me. I was pain-free and at peace, and I had led a remarkable life.”
And that's TODAY's Takeaway!