Reunited in a sitcom, that is. The two beloved seniors, Loni Anderson, 65, and Burt Reynolds, 74, are all set to play a bickering elderly couple in a retirement home – and we're laughing already! The as-yet-unsold show will be written by 88-year-old veteran sitcom scribe Norman "Midas touch" Lear. Anderson and Reynolds, you'll remember, were married married in 1988 and had a messy split in 1995. Since divorcing, she's managed to acquire four more husbands and he accumulated enough plaque in his arteries to need open-heart surgery. But the years have also softened their relationship, and now there's no alimony or acrimony between them. "Burt jumped at the chance to make a TV comeback," a source told the Nat'l Enquirer, "but he knew that without Loni, the show wouldn’t work. When Burt and Loni talked, it was awkward at first, but she was touched when she realized how much it could mean to Burt. She realized the show would put him back on the Hollywood map." If Lear's still scratching his head for a title, may we suggest The Old Folks in Home.