If you miss spending Friday nights in front of the TV watching family-friendly sitcoms like "Boy Meets World" and "Family Matters" or just tuning in to see the latest antics from Balki and Cousin Larry on "Perfect Strangers," we've got a treat for you.
While there's no massive retro reboot in the works — at least not that we know of — some of the classic stars from those late '80s and '90s hits have joined forces for a nostalgia-packed reunion to help ABC usher in a new era of "TGIF" prime-time fun.
Bronson Pinchot (Balki) and Mark Linn-Baker (Larry) teamed up with "Family Matters" star Reginal VelJohnson (Carl Winslow) and "Boy Meets World's" Danielle Fishel (Topanga) to show the latest entries into the network's "TGIF" lineup how it's done.
When "TGIF" returns this fall, current comedies "Fresh Off the Boat" and "Speechless" will make the move to Fridays to form part of the new block, so the stars of those series sat back and learned a few lessons in laughs from the TV pros.
Photo sneak peeks from the then-and-now reunion reveal that it covers everything from catchphrases ("Did I do that?!") to musical moments to a demonstration of just how the "Dance of Joy" is properly done.
Fans will have to wait to see if "Fresh Off the Boat's" Constance Wu and Randall Park and "Speechless" stars John Ross Bowie and Cedric Yarbrough carry over anything from that masterclass into their own shows.
The new "TGIF" block kicks off Oct. 5 on ABC.