Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget and Candace Cameron Bure Reunite - Other TV Casts Who Should Reunite

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Jodie Sweetin, Bob Saget and Candace Cameron Bure Reunite - Other TV Casts Who Should Reunite

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It's a "Full House" family reunion!

Bob Saget had an off-screen reunion with his grown up television daughters, Candace Cameron Bure and Jodie Sweetin, at the Cool Comedy Cuisine event in Beverly Hills earlier this week. The funnyman was on-hand to host the event which benefited the Schleroderma Research Foundation.

While the red carpet reunion was a sweet on-screen family moment, don't expect to see a real on-screen reunion anytime soon. Saget told US Weekly, "We hang out sometimes. I get to see them when we can. We all love each other. I just don't think [a "Full House" reunion"] that's... it's kind of low on the possibilities."

With a "Full House" reunion out of the cards, there are still plenty of other shows from the 1990s that we would love to see reunited. Here are some of the casts we would like to see reunited on-screen:

"Blossom": Whoa! Blossom Russo and her famous funky hats hit the airwaves in 1991. Through five seasons, fans of the show got to watch the teen and her family manage life without mom after the rarely seen matrimonial figure took off to pursue her own career goals. Left to pick up the pieces were Blossom's musician dad Nick, recovering alcoholic brother Anthony, spacy brother Joey and fast-talking best friend Six. While a grown up version of the show could be fun, it's doubtful that the show's star Mayim Bialik would want to take a break from her role as Amy Farrah Fowler on the "The Big Bang Theory."

"The Fresh Prince of Bel Air"

: Prior to becoming a Hollywood leading man, Will Smith ruled the airwaves from his mansion in Bel Air. After solidifying his career as a rapper, the Fresh Prince decided to make the jump to the small screen as a fictionalized version of his rap persona. In the show, Smith starred as a street-smart teenager from West Philadelphia who heads to the West Coast to move in with his affluent aunt and until in their plush Bel Air mansion. Over six seasons, we got to watch him transition from a street smart kid to a savvy college student ready to head out into the grown-up world. While it would appear that the majority of the Banks family would be available for an on-screen reunion, it is highly doubtful that Will Smith have time with his upcoming action film, "After Earth," set to hit theaters later this month.

"Boy Meets World": For seven seasons, the sitcom followed the daily activities of Cory Matthews as he developed from a young boy to a mature married man. Thankfully for fans of the 1990s family sitcoms, we will actually get a chance to see the cast reunited on screen. The Disney Channel has started work on a spin-off series titled "Girl Meets World," which features the daughter of Cory and his high-school sweetheart Topanga as she faces the challenges of middle school. Original series stars Ben Savage and Danielle Fishel will return to their roles as Cory and Topanga in the new series.

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