391361 07: Actor Richard Moll arrives at the premiere of 'Scary Movie 2' July 2, 2001 in Westwood, CA. (Photo by Getty Images) (Photo: )
Hoping for a "Night Court" reunion? It's not happening in this lifetime.
While speaking to TMZ, "Night Court" star Richard Moll opened up about getting together with the cast again.
After saying that if a reunion was in the works he would "run in the other direction," Moll added, "I love show business. It's the people that I can't stand." Ouch!
Moll -- who appeared on the NBC series as Nostradamus "Bull" Shannon from 1984-1992 -- isn't the only TV actor who isn't into the idea of a reunion.
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After years of fans hoping for a "Dawson's Creek" reunion, Joshua Jackson -- who played Pacey Witter --
quashed the idea for good.
"I don't think we'll ever have a reunion," Jackson
told "Parade" last month. But unlike Moll, he has nothing but positive feelings toward his former cast members. "I can't possibly put into words what an important time in my life that was," he said. "I was 19 and doing what I loved with a group of actors that became like family. I look back on it really fondly." Joshua Jackson, Michelle Williams & Katie Holmes On "Don't Trust The B---- In Apartment 23" Christina Applegate On "Modern Family" It would be heartwarming to see the "Married With Children" father and daughter reunited on "Modern Family" after all these years. Maybe Applegate could make a cameo as a wacky cousin from Jay's ex-wife's Dede's side of the family. Elizabeth Berkley and Lark Voorhies on "White Collar" It's beyond time the ladies of "Saved by the Bell" reunite. Elizabeth Burke's (Tiffani Thiessen) high school friends (Elizabeth Berkley and Lark Voorhies) come calling and need the FBI's help. Good thing Peter and Neal are available. Max Casella on "How I Met Your Mother" "Doogie Howser, M.D." veterans gotta stick together. Max Casella could pop up on "How I Met Your Mother" as a doctor Barney turns to when the threat of an STI rears its ugly head. Jurnee Smollett on "Baby Daddy" It's been a few years, but we bet Michelle Tanner's "Full House" BFFs still keep in touch. Jurnee Smollett could pop up on "Baby Daddy" as Tucker's (Tahj Mowry) old flame. Could it be rekindled? Judith Light On "Mistresses" Remember the ladies of "Who's the Boss?" Alyssa Milano starred as a housekeeper's (Tony Danza) daughter and Judith Light was the matriarch of the family they lived with and are employed by -- Milano's new series "Mistresses" seems like the perfect opportunity to find a brand new TV reunion around the bend. Light, who recurs on "Law & Order: SVU," could play a legendary famous mistress who helps Milano and the other newbies get through their experiences ... or, she could play the mother of one of the cheating men, who blames it all on his mistress. Kel Mitchell On "Saturday Night Live" When "Kenan & Kel" returned to TeenNick and Kenan hosted its opening night on the orange couch, #WheresKel was trending on Twitter. Kenan, an "SNL" cast member, has maintained a steady career after the success of their show and "Good Burger," but we haven't seen much of Kel lately -- he's done a lot of voice work in the past decade and has stuck to the kid market, guest-starring on Disney's "Good Luck Charlie." But maybe it's time for Kel to grow up and reunite with Kenan on "SNL." Will the orange soda jokes translate? This article originally appeared on HuffPost. View comments