questionswhat television reunions would you like to see?

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My vote is the Wonder Years. The episodes were set 20 years prior to the start date, so an episode now would be set in the early 90s when the series originally aired. Only problem is they killed off the dad in the finale.

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I vote for Chuck. I know it's only been 2 months but I miss them already.

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Fire Fly with Cyborg/cloned/ Wash.

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I would like to see a Roseanne reunion. They would have to continue with her writing her book though or just not have Dan (John Goodman) involved.

I also wouldn't mind seeing a Friends reunion.

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McGyver.....anything McGyver is good IMO.

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MacGyver or Farscape. Although I wouldn't say no to a Friends reunion, either.

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For a blast from the past, how about The Man From U.N.C.L.E.? Robert Vaughn and David McCallum are still with us. Stefanie Powers and Noel Harrison are too, so add The Girl From U.N.C.L.E.

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@happyknappybeard: But cyborg Wash wouldn't be sarcastic and funny, and cloned Wash would have made his death irrelevant in Serenity. Plus, what would they do with Shepard Book?

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Arrested Development.

And I'm being greedy about it, not only for a reunion, not just 6 - 10 episodes on NetFlix and maybe a movie, but a few more deserved season.

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mork and mindy - all grown up.

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How about a "Still Lost in Space" reunion? I'm sure Billy Mumy will be up to it!

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@captainsuperdawg: They would only clone Wash to get further insight on River...kinda like they do in the "Dune" series with golems. A certain character dies in the Dune series but is cloned as a great gift to the emperor and actually becomes a more interesting character(subjectively speaking). It wouldn't be the most original thing but it could be a good sub plot watching Wash come to terms with his golem status - possibly hunting the crew down/re-group while trying to regain his past humanity. As for Shepard Book - I tell you he dead.

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On more of a "I'll point and laugh" vein: Baywatch.

Now, to throw my esoteric hat into the ring in earnest: Probe.
Great show, short lifespan. (http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0094529/)

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Without question Andy Griffith.

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@happyknappybeard: It's simpler if it was a clone / simulacrum of him that was killed in the first place. Maybe Blue Sun snatched him, dumped off a copy, and is still pumping him for information. (.... orrrr something like that.)

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@gopvifootball: Yes! But only if the preten those last few episodes never happened and they just continue the series with everybody having they're memory.

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@psaux: I could go a long with that! But honestly, he could be a time traveling alien from a past dimension with 9 lives and is self resurrecting and I'd still be happy just to have him/them back.

...the Alliance was able to obtain a tissue sample from Niska from when Niska was torturing Wash and Mel in War Stories.

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@captainsuperdawg: But, but, but .... IT HAD SUMMER GLAU!

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@psaux: I know, that's what makes it even sadder. I think she's like kind of bad luck. I hate to say it, but what do Firefly, The Cape, and Terminator: The Sarah Connor Chronicles all have in common? They were all good shows that ended too soon and all three featured a certain actress in there as a main supporting role.

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Newsradio. Of course, no Phil Hartman, though.

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Babylon 5, hands down.

Unfortunately, some of the things I'd like to see are impossible - I want to know just what G'Kar & Lyta got up to during their explorations, but with Andreas Katsulas gone now, that's not possible. And I don't think any B5 fans would accept another actor in his place. I know my husband and I wouldn't.

We rewatch B5 about once a year... it's hard to watch some scenes knowing what is to come. It's REALLY hard watching Stephen (Richard Biggs), in a few different episodes, explaining his thoughts about life & death - knowing that we lost Richard in 2004. That's just heartbreaking.

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@wnyx585am: You barely beat me to it.
Such a good show.

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@spicyflavor: yeah would be interesting to see how Sam has aged or if his next leap ever was the leap home

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I would love to see a Freaks And Geeks reunion.

It would be roughly the late '80s to early'90s, and it would be interesting to see the paths that the lives of the stoner freaks and square-peg geeks took.

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@digger01: I'd love that too, but they'd have to do it pro bono, because no network is going to pay for some of those actors (particularly the male freaks)

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The X-Files or Married With Children.

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@axphw1: Very true. James Franco, Seth Rogan, and Jason Segel would be tough to get now. It's interesting how NBC bailed so quickly on this, when it launched Judd Apatow and the careers of these actors.

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@captainsuperdawg: Everyone on the crew must have been too distracted by her, driving up costs. Simple answer.

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I just thought of another one.

Now and Again.

http://www.imdb.com/title/tt0212395/

That was a good/fun show, but one of the first casualties to the "reality" craze.