It's been more than five years since we last saw the crew from The Office in action, but recently, a few of the Scranton-based sitcom's stars reunited here in Philadelphia.

Dunder Mifflin's accounting department, Brian Baumgartner (Kevin), Angela Kinsey (Angela), and Oscar Nuñez (Oscar), showed up at Keystone Comic Con over the weekend, where they held a Q&A session and signed autographs for fans. More importantly, they took a bunch of selfies together.

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The Accountants spin off... thoughts @nbc ? DM me.

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The trio was also joined by Leslie David Baker, better known as Stanley, and Creed Bratton, who played an embellished version of himself on the series. Catherine Tate, who joined The Office in season seven as regional manager interviewee Nellie Bertram, was also at the convention, but did not appear with the rest of the Office group.

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Creed says hi you guys... ❤️

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Baumgartner, Kinsey, and Nuñez chronicled most of the weekend, showing the group hanging out in Philly, filming short videos and having dinner:

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#theaccountants

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The group also spent plenty of time at the Pennsylvania Convention Center for Keystone Comic Con:

Kinsey used the weekend to suggest an Office spinoff dubbed The Accountants, in which she would star alongside Baumgartner and Nuñez. Baumgartner, meanwhile, seemed to suggest that the show could be set "in Philly" in his own version of a post about the idea.

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The Accountants. In Philly.

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Last year, news broke that the Office could possibly be rebooted, according to TVLine. This week, however, Nuñez shot down reboot rumors, telling Metro that the only likely scenario would be a Christmas special or "some one-off thing."

"The only way I could see it happen is something like that," he said. "And even that is probably not going to happen, but that would be the only way I could see anything like that happening. Sorry to say."

Still, though, fans can dream.