Veronica Mars may only have graduated six years ago, but it's never too early for a reunion!
Kristen Bell, who played the eponymous teen sleuth on the beloved-but-cancelled series "Veronica Mars" from 2004 to 2007, reunited with two of her old cast mates at a hockey game on Thursday.
"Lookie who I ran into at the Kings Vs Redwings game! @ricocolantoni! Tv dad, meet my baby daddy!" Bell tweeted, along with an adorable photo of herself, fiancé Dax Shepard, and Canadian actor Enrico Colantoni, who played her father Keith Mars throughout "Veronica Mars'" run.
And about an hour later, the 32-year-old actress bumped into another alum in the stands, Max Greenfield, who played Veronica's brief love interest Deputy Leo from 2005 to 2007.
"LOOK WHO ELSE I FOUND! @iamgreenfield! Its a reunion!" Bell tweeted with a picture of the three former cast mates together.
The trio has moved on to carve out successful careers since shuttering their CW show back in 2007. Bell, who is currently expecting her first child with Shepard (they started dating the year "Veronica Mars" ended), hit the big screen a year later opposite Jason Segel in the rom-com "Forgetting Sarah Marshall." She also starred in the comedies "Couples Retreat" and "When in Rome," and currently appears opposite her fiancé in his action comedy "Hit and Run." Last year she landed another series, Showtime's "House of Lies," in which she continues to star as management consultant Jeannie van der Hooven.
Colantoni returned to his home town of Toronto a year after "Veronica Mars" ended to star as Sgt. Gregory Parker in the Canadian cop drama "Flashpoint." Though it concluded in December, he already had a regular role on the U.S. crime series "Person of Interest" as mobster Carl Elias.
Greenfield also already had a recurring role when he left "Veronica Mars," as Nick Pepper on "Ugly Betty." Though he left the show in 2008 (around the time he married casting director Tess Sanchez), he worked steadily on the small screen in series like "Melrose Place" and "Castle" before landing his Emmy-nominated role as ladies' man Schmidt on the FOX sitcom "New Girl."
So, this means a "Veronica Mars" movie is just around the corner, right? Right?