It's been a nostalgic week for TV fans, with casts from three classic shows each reuniting for unofficial "reunions."
The casts of "The West Wing," "Taxi" and "Who's the Boss" all found time to catch up this past week, whether it was to film some new material, or just show support for old cast mates.
Take a trip down memory lane by catching up on the reunions between these casts, who were collectively a part of more than three decades of classic TV.
"The West Wing"
The cast of Aaron Sorkin's hit drama reunited on Tuesday to film a sketch for Funny or Die, the first time they've all been together since recording a previous Funny or Die sketch in 2012. Thankfully cast member Dule Hill shared this photo from the homecoming of the presidential bunch via WhoSay.
The reunion included cast members Martin Sheen, Joshua Malina, Dule Hill, Richard Schiff, Mary McCormack, Allison Janney and Bradley Whitford. Staff writer for "The West Wing" Eli Attie was also on set to capture and tweet a few photos of the group on a park bench.
The cast of "Taxi," which aired its final episode 31 years ago, reunited on Thursday to support cast member Tony Danza, who starred in the opening night of new Broadway adaption "Honeymoon in Vegas."
In addition to Danza, the reunion included Danny DeVito, Judd Hirsch, Marilu Henner, Christopher Lloyd, Carol Kane and Rhea Perlman.
Sadly, a few key faces were missing, including Andy Kaufman, who lost his battle with cancer in 1983, and Jeff Conaway, who notoriously struggled with drug addiction until his death in 2011.
"Who's the Boss"
"Who's the Boss" had a mini-reunion of its own this week when cast members Judith Light and Danny Pintauro also showed up to support Tony Danza during the "Honeymoon in Vegas" opening night on Thursday. "Who's the Boss" went off the air in 1992.