Some say it’s hokey. Or corny. Or sappy. Or that it’s a cheap attempt by shyster producers to get morons to tune into their show. Say what you will, TV reunions are kind of fun.
Who doesn’t enjoy seeing two actors that worked together for years reunite on their new shows? Sure the new shows are rarely, if ever, as good as the ones that made them famous, and sure it’s probably just a stunt to get better ratings, but that doesn’t make it wrong. Sometimes, it just feels like it really needs to happen.