Martin, Gina and Pam Reunited and Now the Internet is Like “WZUP!” With That Reboot

Let me find out ol' Marty Mar and the crew up are up to something!

The remaining cast of the beloved ’90s sitcom Martin (minus Cole) put their longtime differences aside for a friendly lunch date – further fueling the rumor that the show is coming back for a reboot.

👏Yes! 👏To! 👏This!

TMZ caught Martin Lawrence, Tichina Arnold and Tisha Campbell outside a steakhouse in Burbank, California and got a very strong indication that a reboot is on the way. The trio hadn’t been spotted together publicly since attending the funeral for their late co-star Tommy Ford. However, Martin’s response to the reunion rumors was hopeful and promising: “We don’t know nothing right now, but never say never.”

Side note: peep the famous Martin line “That Ain’t No Damn Puppy” written on Tisha’s t-shirt. I’d say that’s a strong hint something new is brewing in the Martin universe.

Diehard Martin fans know this is a big deal for several reasons. The show went off the air in 1997 after Campbell (Gina) filed a lawsuit against Lawrence and and the show’s producers, the writers had to put their heads together and compose a finale episode where Martin and Gina didn’t appear in any scenes together. It was awkward to say the least.

In addition, Carl Anthony Payne, who played the goofy but lovable character Cole, sat down with ThisIs50.com and dropped some tea that despite their buddy-buddy relationship in front of the camera, he and Lawrence couldn’t stand each other in real life. “He had issues with himself really. I think [Martin] was battling his own demons. It became a not so great place to work.”

No word yet on whether or not Payne has been included in any reboot discussions, or if he’s even interested in being apart of it, but we’re certainly happy to see the clique join forces again.

Check out the very mixed reactions Martin fans have been giving about the possibility of a reboot.

Watch Martin Lawrence talk about the impact his sitcom Martin had on the ’90s.

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