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There could still be a "7th Heaven" reunion, but with one caveat, according to one of the show's stars.

Stephen Collins' character, Rev. Eric Camden, would have to be killed off before the show even starts.

"We would have to open with Stephen's coffin," Catherine Hicks told TMZ. "It's all up to the networks and those types of things. I think we'd all love to be together. Eighth Heaven with a new boyfriend for Annie."

Stephen and Catherine were married on the family drama, which spanned 11 seasons. However, Stephen's star power drastically turned after audio was released in 2014 of him admitting to sexually abusing young girls in the past.

In an effort to come clean, the disgraced actor spoke about the abuse he took part in with several media outlets.

In an interview with Katie Couric he said, "In 1973, there were two occasions when I exposed myself to this young woman. Several months later, she came to visit and stay with us, with my first wife and me. My wife had gone to sleep, and she and I were watching TV alone together … I knew that something unthinkably wrong had just happened that I couldn't take back.

"I had put that stuff behind me," he added. "I'm a flawed person. In the church, it's actually one of the things I love about the church… It's really one of the main things about the Christian faith, is you know, Christ said in so many ways, 'Bring me that… which about you is broken, bring it,' and most people are broken in some way."

He told People magazine in 2014 there were three victims from 1973 to 1994.

"Forty years ago, I did something terribly wrong that I deeply regret. I have been working to atone for it ever since. I've decided to address these issues publicly because two months ago, various news organizations published a recording made by my then-wife, Faye Grant, during a confidential marriage therapy session in January, 2012. This session was recorded without the therapist's or my knowledge or consent."

"On the recording, I described events that took place 20, 32, and 40 years ago," he continued. "The publication of the recording has resulted in assumptions and innuendos about what I did that go far beyond what actually occurred. As difficult as this is, I want people to know the truth."

Shortly after allegations were made against Stephen in 2014, Catherine defended Stephen, saying he was a "good guy."

"I really have nothing to say, nothing to hide," she said before his public admission. "I don't know anything. Stephen's a good guy in my opinion."