John Travolta and Kirstie Alley together again (on TV)

John Travolta attends the press conference for the movie "Savages" at Baur Au Lac Hotel on Sept. 20, 2012, in Zurich, Switzerland.
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Look who's together again!?

John Travolta will join Kirstie Alley on her new TV Land show "Kirstie" which debuts Dec. 4. Travolta will play a stagehand on Kirstie's character, Maddie's, Broadway show. After a one-night stand together, Maddie find it hard to rid herself of Travolta's character.

The two actors originally starred together in the 1989 romantic comedy "Look Who's Talking." Alley tweeted on Tuesday:

In a statement, Travolta also expressed his excitement over their reunion, saying, "I'm excited about working with Kirstie again, in addition to such terrific talent on the show. It's always a treat to be surrounded by people you respect so much both personally and professionally."

"Kirstie" centers around Broadway star Madison Banks, whose life gets complicated when the son she gave up for adoption, Arlo (Eric Petersen), unexpectedly appears after his adoptive parents passed away. She's also enlisted some comedy vets to help get some laughs -- Rhea Perlman from "Cheers" stars as Maddie's assistant and best friend, while Michael Richards, who played crazy Kramer on "Seinfeld," stars as Maddie's outlandish driver (A.K.A Kramer behind the wheel, we can assume).

Tell us, you looking forward to Alley and Travolta's small-screen reunion?