'Dawson's Creek': Michelle Williams, Katie Holmes and James Van Der Beek Up For A Reunion

Is the Capeside crew headed back to the creek? Michelle Williams wouldn't mind.

"He [Van Der Beek] could totally ask!" Williams, who played Jen Lindley on the show, said. "I've always said, I'm totally up for reunion tours, reunion shows, so we can do that."

This isn't the first time Williams has suggested a reunion for "Dawson's Creek," which chronicled the dramatic lives of a group of teenagers on The WB from 1998-2003. This past November, the actress said she would do it "in a heartbeat."

"I would have to go back as a ghost though," Williams told Ryan Seacrest. "Because poor Jen Lindley died. But yes!"

Williams isn't the only one pining for the days of "Dawson." Van Der Beek, Dawson himself, isn't opposed to the idea of revisiting his not-so-humble beginnings. "I mean, if somebody came up with a brilliant idea how to do it, why not?" Van Der Beek told Entertainment Weekly in March. "I always love that Michelle is like, 'I definitely wanna do it! I'm in!' which is so easy for her to say because her character is dead. I always smile when I see that."

And while chatting with Robin Roberts on "Good Morning America" in November 2011, Katie Holmes, who played Joey Potter, admitted she like the idea of a reunion. "I had so much fun working on that show and I loved everyone so much and I think about it with such fond memories, a really great group of people," she said.

Though curent "Fringe" star Joshua Jackson, who played Pacey Witter, joked about his love of his to "Dawson's Creek" character in a 2010 Funny or Die video called "Pacey-Con," would he still want to head back to Capeside? "Pacey's done his time, though. I want first billing! I'm done with this 'Dawson's Creek' bull----," Jaskson told MTV around the same time.

Cue the "I don't wanna wait" jokes!