Some totally adorable things never change.

Over the weekend, the core four cast members on one of the most iconic sitcoms in TV history came back together to melt down Instagram a bit.

We’re talking about Debra Messing, Eric McCormack, Megan Mullally and Sean Hayes of Will & Grace fame.

And, yes, we just referred to Will & Grace as an “iconic sitcom.”

And we challenge anyone to say differently.

It ran on NBC from 1998-2006, making it memorable based on duration alone.

But it was also one of the first programs to center on not just one, but two openly gay characters.

The premise of Will & Grace was McCormack’s Will, who was gay, living as a roommate with Messing’s Grace.

Hayes portrayed Jack, the apartment neighbor, while Mullally’s was on board as the eccentric and hilarious Karen.

The cast has clearly remained close over the years, although this is one of the first times they’ve documented a reunion on social media.

“Only smiling because of where Eric’s hand is!” Messing joked alongside the first photo above of the former co-stars, while Mullally teased on Twitter:

“i’m smiling, too, and not just because of a hand.”

Added Messing of the second photo posted above:

“You smell the same! @EricMccormack.”

Mullally, meanwhile, poked fun at her and Hayes’ onscreen characters’ platonic relationship, uploading the following photo to her Instagram account and writing:

“aw, cute couple… wait.”

She then followed with her own picture alongside Messing (who went on to star in The Mysteries of Laura) and captioned it as follows:

“my new wife and i are so happy.”

Earlier this year, these same four stars came together as part of NBC’s Must See TV: An All Star Tribute to James Burrows.

Messing, Hayes, Mullally and McCormack were just a few of the many celebrities who hung out under one roof for the event, which honored the legendary director.

Cast members from Friends, Frasier, Cheers and The Big Bang Theory were all there, as well.

After seeing these photos, we only have one question:

When is the Will & Grace revival happening, Netflix?!?