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That '70s Show And In Living Color Casts Will Reunite For FOX 25th Anniversary Special Too!

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This 25th anniversary event just keeps getting better and better!

In honor of the milestone birthday, FOX is reuniting the casts of some of the longest running and most critically acclaimed shows that have aired on the network since it popped out of Rupert Murdoch's pocket.

Not only are Mulder and Scully getting back together, along with Al Bundy and his dysfunctional family, but some of the cast members of both In Living Color and That 70's Show will reminisce about the good times together.

As you can see above, Mila Kunis, Ashton Kutcher, Laura Prepon and Wilmer Valderrama were already filmed and it looks like they had a blast!

The fun doesn't stop there.

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Calista Flockhart Says Eating Disorder Rumors Hurt Her Career

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Calista Flockhart is still upset over the eating disorder rumors that plagued her in the late '90s while she was starring on the hit TV series, Ally McBeal.

Calistay says the gossip damaged her career because nobody wanted to work with someone who was rumored to have a problem.

She adds:

"I still weigh exactly what I did back then. I've always been thin. I have small bones. It (rumors of an eating disorder) was horrible, completely out of control. It didn't matter what I did, if I ordered food or not… I tried to ignore it, but I'm sure it was damaging to my career. I became depressed. I thought, 'Well, this can't help me get a job' - nobody wants to hire someone who has a problem."

Calista does have a very small body frame, but she is right - she's hardly changed over the years.

Although, we wouldn't argue too much with her success. She still stars on another hit TV series, Brothers and Sisters.

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