Did Party of Five turn into a party of two for Scott Wolf and Neve Campbell? The actor, now 46, was asked to dish on his former costar when a fan called in to Watch What Happens Live on Monday, Feb. 23, and asked whether the two had ever "hooked up" offscreen.
"That's my sister!" he replied in mock disgust, laughing. (Party of Five, which ran on Fox from 1994 to 2000, revolved around five siblings whose parents were killed in a car accident. Wolf and Campbell, now 41, played brother and sister Bailey and Julia, respectively, alongside Matthew Fox as Charlie and Lacey Chabert as Claudia. The youngest sibling, Owen, was a baby.)
"No, we did not, we did not," Wolf continued. "It's funny because, I don't know, if we filmed the show this year, we probably would've."
WWHL host Andy Cohen then chimed in with his own question: "Because you think she's hotter now than she was then?"
"No!" said the actor, now married to Real World alum Kelley Limp, with whom he has three kids. "But in this day and age, I don't know, it just seems more kind of acceptable, loose."
"To screw around with your sister?" Cohen asked.
"Your TV sister," Wolf clarified.
Cohen, incredulous, couldn't help pushing the topic just a little further. "Wow. So, nothing?" he asked. "Not even like fingers or anything?
"No! Fingers?!" the Everwood alum repeated, shocked. "No, especially no fingers. There were a lot of hugs.”
Wolf also discussed another one of his costars, Jennifer Love Hewitt, who played his on-and-off girlfriend Sarah on the show. He told Cohen that it was weird doing kissing scenes with her because he was 24 at the time — and she was just 16. He even asked producers if they’d cleared it with legal.
Watch Scott Wolf talk about Neve Campbell above!