Fans of the classic sitcom “Taxi” have reason to celebrate as a handful of the show’s stars reunite four decades after the series finale.

In a joyful snapshot shared to Twitter on Monday by Tony Danza, who played Vietnam veteran Tony Banta on the critically acclaimed sitcom, the actor enjoys a round of drinks with his former co-stars, which included Carol Kane, Christopher Lloyd and Judd Hirsch.

Danza wrote a heartfelt caption for the photo: “Love these people so much!”

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Over in Insta-land, Lloyd shared some more snaps from the warm reunion, where he captioned the images: “What the hell is going on here?”

The nostalgic reunion for the mega-hit show, which centers around a crew of employees working the night shift at the fictional Sunshine Cab Company, comes almost exactly 40 years since the show closed its chapter after a five-season run with over 100 episodes produced.

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The show first broke out onto the airwaves in 1978 on ABC before being picked up by NBC for its fifth and final season in 1982.

“Taxi” emerged as a critical darling for the comedy genre, earning a hefty total of 31 Emmy award nominations during its five-season run, taking home 18 trophies, including the coveted Outstanding Comedy Series title.

All five seasons of “Taxi” currently stream on Paramount Plus.