7 '90s Stars 'Mad Men' Season 7 Would Cast If They Know What's Good For Them

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Whoa, was that Neve Campbell?! That was pretty much the universal reaction when watching Sunday night's Season 7 Mad Men premiere "Time Zones." And, no your eyes did not fail you, that was Neve Campbell, star of Party of Five, Wild Things, and the Scream saga. (In other words, she appeared in essential '90s entertainment.) Campbell, who we last saw during a two-episode stint on Grey's Anatomy in 2012, played a beautiful widower who sat next to Don Draper on a redeye flight to New York City. While the notorious philanderer turned down her advances ("I could make you feel better," she cooed), the actress hinted to Entertainment Weekly that "perhaps" we'll see her character again.

Of course, Neve Campbell wouldn't be the first '90s star to get a revival on the '60s-set AMC drama. Over the course of six seasons we've seen Linda Cardellini (Freaks and Geeks), Larisa Oleynik (The Secret World of Alex Mack), Joe O'Connor (Clarissa Explains It All), Danny Strong (Buffy the Vampire Slayer), Dennis Haskins (Saved By the Bell), and Alexis Bledel (Gilmore Girls, which was technically the 2000s, but she still has the major nostalgia factor), among others.

While we have no idea which other guest stars could pop up in this, the seventh and final season of Mad Men (that Matthew Weiner sure knows how to keep something under wraps), we have our own wish list of '90s stars we think deserve a spot on the Emmy-winning series.

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