Fans of The Office US get ready to hold on to your desks, the cast of the series had a reunion and it's just reignited the fire of hope one day we'll see them back on screen together again.
Angela Kinsey, who played Angela Martin, posted a sweet photo of the group on Instagram along with the comment: "Some of the old gang got together today... It was so great to see everyone! I turned to Ed and said, "I feel like we are at a family reunion." He smiled and said, "We are." Thanks Greg for hosting! Forthose who couldn't make it... You were missed!"
The photo shows Creed Bratton (Creed), Paul Lieberstein (Toby), Brian Baumgartner (Kevin), Leslie David Baker (Stanley), Phyllis Smith (Phyllis), Oscar Nuñez (Oscar), Rainn Wilson (Dwight), Angela Kinsey (Angela), Jenna Fischer (Pam), and Ed Helms (Andy).
The Cast Of The Office Us Had A Reunion And It Was Amazing Credit: Instagram/Angela Kinsey
Angela wasn't the only former cast member to post about the day, Jenna posted on her Instagram profile with comment: "Best brunch ever."
Her mini-reunion included the photo of the group today staged to mirror one from the season three episode "A Benihana Christmas."
This may be the closest we ever get to seeing a real reunion of the cast as back in October Steve Carrell confirmed he is not up for taking part in any continuation of the show.
In an interview with TIME, Carrell said he has no plans of reviving his character Michael Scott - the... umm, 'emotionally clumsy' boss of Dunder Mifflin's Scranton branch. Why? Because he loves the role 'too much' to go back to it.
He said: "I've never thought of it as a good idea. I think it existed in that time and with those people and it felt right.
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"There was something so special about it, and I guess it's an odd way to put it, but I love it too much to ever want to do it again. It's too special to me in my heart in that period of time."
But even if Carrell has other plans, his fellow cast members have said they would be up for reviving their former characters.
Even with his Hollywood success with the 2018 horror movie A Quiet Place, John Krasinski told Indiewire: "I love that idea, coming back [and] finding out where everybody is. I would totally be down for that."
Featured Image Credit: Instagram/Angela Kinsey