If you're anything like us, you'd give anything for a legitimate That '70s Show reunion.
OK, maybe not anything, but we'd probably be willing to give up a lunch hour or pay like $20 to make that happen. Just to hear one more of Hyde's conspiracy theories, or to hear Kelso yell, "Damn, Jackie!" one more time would be at least the best day of our week.
Unfortunately, that's probably never going to happen for us, but we can rest easy knowing that Ashton Kutcher is living that life on a daily basis.
"I have a bonafide reunion every single day," Ashton tells E!'s Kristin Dos Santos in the video above, making all of us just a little bit jealous. He is, of course, referring to the fact that he's married to Mila Kunis, who played Jackie, and starring in a new Netflix show with Danny Masterson, who played Hyde.
Watch the video above to hear what Ashton and Danny had to say about whether or not a real reunion could actually happen, and how Ashton is feeling about being a new parent!
In a nutshell, it sounds like we shouldn't hold our breaths.
"Maybe when we're 60, we all sit around a coffee table and say what we would do on New Years," Masterson tells us of what a potential reunion could be, while Ashton groans loudly.
For now, at least, we have Netflix's new show The Ranch to look forward to, which is a semi-reunion in the last way you'd ever expect: Hyde and Kelso star as brothers in a multi-cam series about cowboys, with Sam Elliott as their father.
Kutcher stars as Colt Bennett, an aspiring pro football player who returns home to his dad (Elliott), his mother (Debra Winger) and his brother Rooster, played by Masterson. The first episode alone involves Ashton Kutcher both delivering a calf and wearing Uggs, so you're obviously going to want to tune in because where else are you going to see that?
We '70s Show fans can also console ourselves knowing that Ashton and Mila now have a walking, talking tiny human of their own to forever prove that Jackie and Kelso were the greatest couple ever, and that we can all just casually forget that Jackie and Hyde or Jackie and Fez ever even happened.
The Ranch will debut its first 10 episodes on Netflix on April 1.