That ’70s Show Reunion? Topher Grace Discusses Whether It Could Happen: Watch

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As That ‘70s Show creeps another year closer to the 20th anniversary of its debut, rumors of a reunion continue to surface. Star Topher Grace sat down with HuffPost Live on Wednesday, Nov. 4, to chat about the hit sitcom, which kicked off in 1998, and whether fans might see the cast together again.

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“The great thing about the show to me personally is that everyone you just saw in that picture is doing great, both personally and professionally,” the actor, who played Eric Forman, said of the cast snap. “Laura [Prepon] is on Orange Is the New Black. I think she’s amazing on it. … I’m just so happy for everyone.”

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Indeed, the cast has seen a lot of success since the show signed off after eight seasons in 2006. Mila Kunis and Ashton Kutcher have become big-screen stars (not to mention a family together!), Danny Masterson is still acting on both film and TV, and Wilmer Valderrama is working on multiple television series, including the new drama Minority Report.

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That ’70s Show cast Fox via Getty Images

But it’s because of everyone’s accomplishments that a reunion may not come soon enough for fans. When asked whether it would happen, Grace, 37, said, “Probably not! Everyone seems really busy!”

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He added that it’s not about the money, though, and that the cast is still quite friendly with one another other. “A year and a half ago, we all got together and had a blast,” the Interstellar actor said. “I mean, all six of us together for a dinner. We all love each other. It’s like, yeah, we’d love to do [a reunion]. I’d love to do it!”

Speaking of love, Grace also dished on former costars Kunis and Kutcher, who have since married and become parents to daughter Wyatt.

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“I think it was surprising for all of us. I mean, just because it wasn’t a thing then. But it’s cool,” he said of the pair, who played high school loves Jackie and Kelso. “It would be like if two of your great friends from high school grew up, went to college, had jobs, and then actually got together. I was there [for their first kiss]!”

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