Kids these days.  They see Michelle Williams the movie star, wife of the late Heath Ledger, Joshua Jackson as  star of the critically-acclaimed 'Fringe,' James Van Der Beek as the hit meta-character of 'Don't Trust the B---- in Apartment 23, or possibly a fourth celebrity beyond that.  Don't they know that Paula Cole's music once radiated from the docks of 'Dawson's Creek,' putting Michelle Williams on the map?  So, might we ever see a reunion?

Maybe!  According to Vulture, with Michelle Williams in town this week for the Tribeca Film Festival promoting her long-awaited film 'Take This Waltz,' the former 'Dawson's Creek' star fielded a number of questions about her acting roots, as well as a few reunion ideas she'd kicked around.  When prompted about her former co-star and current 'Don't Trust the B' star James Van Der Beek's purported willingness to stage a 'Dawson' reunion, Williams said:

He has my e-mail! He has my home phone, and my cell phone, so we talk...He could totally ask! I've always said, I'm totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that.

Of course, Van Der Beek isn't the only former 'Dawson's Creek' star Williams would be open to re-uniting with, as longtime friend Busy Phillips currently maintains a regular role on ABC's 'Cougar Town.'  "[Busy and I have] always talked about wanting to go be on ['Cougar Town'], too. It's just timing, because of L.A. and New York, and it hasn't happened," the actress explains.

What say you?  What form might a 'Dawson's Creek' reunion take, if such a thing were in the cards?  Would reuniting with Busy Phillips be enough to fill the gap?  We don't want to wait for our lives to be over, so give us your take in the comments below!

Otherwise, we'll be:

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