The other day, Malcolm in the Middle’s Frankie Muniz sent out this tweet:
Attached was a photo from when the Malcolm in the Middle cast got together in mid-September. “Had an amazing time seeing all my old friends from “Malcolm” today… Realized how much i missed everyone!” Muniz tweeted.
Here’s the whole gang, including Bryan Cranston (taking time off from Breaking Bad duty), Muniz, Jane Kaczmarek (Lois), Justin Berfield (Reese), Christopher Kennedy Masterson (Francis), Erik Per Sullivan (Dewey), and what we think are the twins who played baby Jamie, when Lois and Hal became parents again in the show’s fourth season.
While we can’t believe we weren’t invited to what, according to Muniz, was the first time the cast has been back together in the six years since the show ended, we were just so happy to see the family back together again. Besides, if there’s anything we learned from Malcolm in the Middle it’s that life is unfair.
Muniz also tweeted individual photos of himself with Kaczmarek (captioned “Me & mom”) and with Cranston and Masterson captioned “He is the danger. @BryanCranston.” Considering what’s been going on in Breaking Bad lately, that is a pretty accurate statement. After the get together Muniz tweeted, “Had an amazing time seeing all my old friends from “Malcolm” today.” He added, “Realized how much i missed everyone!” Aw, we miss you guys too! Which is why we air back-to-back episodes of Malcolm in the Middle every week night from 6 to 8 p.m. ET.
Before coming to IFC, Malcolm in the Middle ran for seven seasons on Fox from 2000-2006. During its run, the show took home seven Emmy awards and was nominated for seven Golden Globes.
Malcolm in the Middle airs every weeknight on IFC from 6 – 8 p.m. ET