Article: Watch The Opening Skit Of NBC’s “Must See TV: An All-star Tribute To James Burrows” Here And See All The Spectacular Celebs!

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Just one more day until the remarkable and much-talked about NBC special “Must See TV: An All-star Tribute to James Burrows” airs on February 21st at 9-11 PM! We all have been marking down our calendars and waiting for February 21st for the highly-anticipated reunions of some of the cast-members of the most iconic shows including “Friends,” “Will & Grace,” “The Big Bang Theory,” “Cheers,” and many more in honor of the exceptional and stupendous director James Burrows. Bringing a host of emotions to viewers through all of the masterpieces he has been behind, the consummate director James Burrows has truly made TV sitcom history and has forever impacted the entertainment world in such an exceptional way.

As everyone’s excitement for this sensational special reaches an ultimate pinnacle, NBC shared the opening skit for “Must See TV: An All-star Tribute to James Burrows” and let’s just say it is one word: epic. From the beginning of the skit with profound actors Jim Parsons and Sean Hayes to an endless list of other fan-favorite and prolific celebrities, the opening skit already shows how magnificent the special will be.

Celebrating yet another milestone in his career of directing his 1,000th episode with the season finale of the NBC show, “Crowded,” James Burrows is truly a legendary genius! Take a look at the opening skit of the NBC special below and be sure to tune in to the “Must See TV: An All-star Tribute to James Burrows” on February 21st at 9-11 PM on NBC!

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