9021-oh, yes! "Beverly Hills, 90210" (the original one) could be coming back to the small screen, according to one of its former stars.
Jennie Garth said there is talk of a reboot.
"We've talked about it and played with some ideas," she told Us Weekly. "I don't know where the project is now. I don't know if it's going to move forward, but I would be a part of it. I would be a part of it if it came up."
The actress who played Kelly Taylor had similar sentiments while speaking on "Today" on July 24, as well.
"There is always a chance" of a reunion, she said. "Everybody wants to see that now. I love reunions, so I wouldn't be opposed to that."
Jennie told Us she's had visions of what Kelly's life would be like with Dylan McKay, who was played by Luke Perry.
"She probably has, like, eight kids, lives in a trailer park. Let's go with that," Jennie joked, adding that Dylan "has a big, fat belly and he's bald. I don't know why, I just have a real strong vision of that."
She also has visions for what her other West Beverly High pals are doing, specifically Donna (played by Tori Spelling) and Brenda (played by Shannon Doherty).
"Donna is like Diane von Furstenberg in New York with her own fashion line," she said. "Brenda is definitely saving the dolphins in China right now."
Whether an actual TV reunion takes place remains to be seen, but Jennie and Tori have stayed very close over the years and have mini-reunions all the time.
"She and I talk about teaming back up and doing something else because we really love working together," Jennie said. "We really want to do a comedy about ourselves, not autobiographical or anything but definitely our individual sensibilities. When we get together, we're just silly and funny."