'That '70s Show' Reunion Selfies Proves The Sitcom Castmates Are Still BFFs — PHOTOS

Sometimes it's easy to forget that celebrities can also have friendships that are short-lived and grow apart, just like regular ol' non-famous folks. But this doesn't seem to be the case for the cast of sitcom That '70s Show. Over the weekend, former co-stars Ashton Kutcher, Wilmer Valderrama, and Danny Masterson had a That '70s Show reunion and posted photos of this event to Instagram — but it's not the first time the stars of the comedy have found their way back to each other during the almost-decade since the TV show ended in 2006.

On Saturday, Kutcher posted a selfie with Valderrama and Masterson with the caption, "Fam." Valderrama, meanwhile posted a sillier version of the snap on his own IG account with the caption, "Three woes walk into a bar... #Family." It's clear that even after all these years, these former castmates still see each other as family and that's so sweet.

I'd like to think that this is the case between all former co-stars and that Hollywood bonds are stronger than, you know, regular life ones, but it's actually rare to see a cast remain this close. But it makes sense that That '70s Show, which ran from 1998 until 2006 on Fox and followed the groovy adventures of Eric Forman (Topher Grace), Jackie (Mila Kunis), Kelso (Ashton Kutcher), Donna (Laura Pepron), Hyde (Danny Masterson), and Fez (Wilmer Valderrama), along with Eric and Donna's parents in the 1970s, would bring together an ensemble this great.

The only ones missing from this mini-reunion are Topher Grace, Laura Pepron, and Kutcher's wife Mila Kunis. Kutcher and Kunis famously played high school sweethearts Kelso and Jackie on That '70s Show, years before they would get married and have daughter Wyatt. Not many shows can brag about bringing together a duo like that.

This past reunion wasn't the first for this cast of BFFs. Back in 2013, Masterson snapped a photo of the entire That '70s Show squad reunited by a piano and singing. "Every once in awhile friends gather for a six part harmony of a BigStar song," he wrote in the caption. Of course, Big Star is the group that originally sang "In the Street," the That '70s Show theme song. The show actually used a cover by the band Cheap Trick.

And it looks like even almost 10 years later, this cast is better than ever. Keep the reunions coming, please!