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The '90s might be behind us, but every once in a while we get a glorious glimpse at our old favorite families and friends still being there for each other in real life.

The cast of The Nanny got back together to celebrate Renée Taylor's 83rd birthday (aw!!!) and Charles Shaughnessy was kind enough to share the photographic evidence on Facebook.

An evening with the mother in law! Happy Birthday Renee!!#ReneetaylorCharles Shaughnessy Fran Drescher

Posted by Charles Shaughnessy on Sunday, March 20, 2016

Fran Drescher (Fran Fine) hosted a little soiree at her home to honor Taylor, who used to play her onscreen mother, Sylvia Fine.

Drescher and Shaughnessy share a hug...

Charles Shaughnessy & Fran Drescher together for Renée Taylor's birthday last weekend at Fran's house.

Posted by Charles Shaughnessy on Monday, March 21, 2016

...and it was almost as good as old times.

And since we can never get enough '90s nostalgia, here are four other mini-reunions you'll be happy to know took place.

1. 'Fresh Prince Of Bel-Air'

Will threw his arm around his cousin Carlton in LA at the screening of his new movie Concussion.

2. 'Full House'

Bob Saget and Ashley Olsen - Source: Bob Saget's Instagram
Bob Saget and Ashley Olsen - Source: Bob Saget's Instagram

They might not be in the official reboot, but at least one of the Olsen twins showed up to support her TV dad at the Broadway opening of his new show, Hand To God.

3. 'Sabrina The Teenage Witch'

Melissa Joan Hart recruited Beth Broderick to appear on Melissa And Joey, and we got this magical snap of Sabrina and Aunt Zelda together again.

4. 'Friends'

Did you catch 5/6 Friends on the James Burrows Tribute? Matt LeBlanc missed Matthew Perry, and nobody could remember how to sit down on a couch.

Here's a little clip:


Which cast characters do you want to see back together again?

Via: Vulture


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