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'Clueless' Sequel? Donald Faison And Jeremy Sisto Think They're Too Old (VIDEO)

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Donald Faison And Jeremy Sister Talk About A 'Clueless' Reunion On 'Watch What Happens: Live'
Donald Faison And Jeremy Sister Talk About A 'Clueless' Reunion On 'Watch What Happens: Live'

Jeremy Sisto has been spending some quality TV time with his "Clueless" co-stars lately. On "Suburgatory," he got to make out with Alicia Silverstone. But while there was no making out with another star of the film, Donald Faison, on the set of "Watch What Happens: Live" (Sun.-Thu., 11 p.m. ET on Bravo), there was talk of a "Clueless" reunion.

Talk as in host Andy Cohen asking the guys if there has ever been any discussion of the possibility, not that any studio heads are looking into it. Actually, Sisto admitted he was surprised no one has suggested it yet, while at the same time seeming rather against the idea.

"A ‘Clueless’ thing where we’re, like, parents," he speculated. "If that happens ... that’s gonna be a bad day."

Faison seemed to echo his sentiment, saying that they were all old now. But while the guys didn't seem to think fans would want to watch the "old" cast of "Clueless" at it again, fans on Twitter seemed to love the idea.

Donald Faison can be seen on TV Land's "The Exes," while Jeremy Sisto stars in "Suburgatory" on ABC. "Watch What Happens: Live" airs Sundays through Thursdays at 11 p.m. ET on Bravo.

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