Published September 19, 2012
Reunited and it feels so good!
The cast of "Malcolm in the Middle" held a reunion recently, the first time they had all been together since the Fox comedy went off the air six years ago, according to star Frankie Muniz, who tweeted photos of the event.
Despite tweeting that he was suffering from a bout of food poisoning the day of the get-together, Muniz vowed to get some photos — and made good on his promise.
The actor posted an Instagram photo of the entire cast assembled, including his onscreen parents, played by Jane Kaczmarek and Bryan Cranston, and siblings (Christopher Masterson and Justin Berfield, with Berfield holding a photo of Erik Per Sullivan, who played fourth brother Dewey). Muniz also tweeted individual photos of himself with Kaczmarek (captioned "Me & mom") and Cranston.
"He is the danger. @BryanCranston," Muniz quipped about Cranston's new role in "Breaking Bad," captioning a picture of himself, Cranston and Masterson. (Fans who've gotten used to the terrifying drug lord version of Walter White this season will be happy to see Cranston back in Dad mode!)
Muniz did not say why the reunion took place.
"Had an amazing time seeing all my old friends from "Malcolm" today," he tweeted afterwards. "Realized how much i missed everyone!"