'Sons Of Anarchy' Cast Has A Mini Reunion Nearly 7 Years After The Finale

There are few things I love more than a reunion of old friends. Whether it be my own friends or the friends I made while watching TV, I love the wave of nostalgia I get from seeing beloved faces close together, smiling, and remembering the old times.

If you're like me and like to cry about TV cast members reuniting, you're in for a real treat today.

"Sons of Anarchy" is without a doubt, one of the best shows in television history.

If you don't agree with me, that's fine. Know you're wrong, but it's fine. We can agree to disagree. But again, as I said — you're wrong.

Part of what made the show so loveable was the cast of characters who were apart of the SAMCRO biker gang in Charming.

Now, almost 7 years after Sons of Anarchy's devastating finale, four of the show's stars have reunited in Liverpool and are causing our hearts to melt.

This mini reunion comes just weeks after the death of "SOA" star William Lucking.

Lucking passed away last month at the age of 80.

An obituary for the actor, written by his wife of 25 years, Sigrid, called William a "giant of a man with the soul of a poet."

The statement indicated that the actor died on October 18.

"Although William often played toughs and strongmen, in his actual life he was an elegant man with a brilliant intellect who loved to argue about politics and current affairs, discuss philosophy and physics and assert fine-pointed opinions about art and poetry," his wife wrote.

The obiturary went on to include William's many acting credits.

"William’s Hollywood roles were diverse. He played a roughneck in Oklahoma Crude (1976) alongside Faye Dunaway and George C. Scott, the original Colonel in NBC’s The A-Team (1980s), a green Bajoran on Star Trek Deep Space 9 (1990s), and most recently, Piney Winston, an aging biker, on the illustrious Sons of Anarchy."

"The family requests you toast his memory and celebrate his legacy," the obituary concluded.

I have no doubt that SAMCRO's finest did just that as they reunited in Liverpool during a Comic-Con meetup.

Kim Coates, who played Tig Traeger shared a selfie of the meet-up, which included himself, Ron Perlman, Tommy Flanagan, and Mark Boone Junior.

"The boys in the band are back … home of the Beatles .. four happy biker boys right here … enjoy your Sat. Eve peeps… cause we’re gonna .. " he wrote while posting with his former cast mates as Comic-Con: Liverpool.

Ron Perlman also shared the photo on his social media account.

"The fab four back in Liverpool, where it all began," he wrote.

Naturally, fans were losing their minds.

"Y’all looking like a bunch of rock stars. Have a fantastically fun and debaucherious evening!" commented one fan.

"Look at you sharing this great photo and puttin smiles on our faces seeing you all together. I wish you the very best time like I know you will," said another.