As Dr. Doug Ross and Nurse Carol Hathaway, George Clooney and Julianna Margulies were once, arguably, the hottest onscreen couple with their roles on ER.
And whether it was in the emergency room or in the bedroom, the duo lit up their scenes together on the NBC medical drama series for the five season (1994-2000).
And now, more than two-decades since their respective departures from the hit show, Margulies and Clooney had a heart-pumping reunion when she attended a special screening of The Tender Bar in New York City.
Reunited and it feels so good! ER star Julianna Margulies and George Clooney were all smiles when they reunited at a special screening of his new directorial effort, The Tender Bar, in New York City on Wednesday
Hot onscreen duo: Clooney and Margulies were ER's leading couple during much of their five season run together on ER (1994-2000)
ER's former leading couple put their chemistry back on display during their reunion.
Margulies' was overjoyed when she cornered Clooney, who was being besieged by well-wishers and colleagues who were congratulating him on his latest directorial effort with The Tender Bar.
Clooney, who had only just returned from a promotional trip to the UK for the coming-of-age film, looked equally jazzed to see his former co-star when they met eyes at Wednesday's screening.
Oozing cool in a black suit and matching dress shirt, the 60-year-old man of the honor reciprocated with open arms and two embraced for a hug.
Something special: In an interview back in April, Margulies revealed that she and Clooney had crushes on each other while they filmed ER
Another reunion: Clooney and Margulies also reunited when he was honored with the 46th AFI Life Achievement Award in Hollywood in June 2018; they are pictured with Margulies' husband Keith Lieberthal standing in the middle
In an interview back in April, Margulies revealed that she and Clooney had crushes on each other while they filmed ER.
'That can't happen if you don't have a crush on each other,' the actress, 55, told People of their steamy on-camera connection, adding, 'And with George and me, it was so organic.'