As far as local TV talent goes, it doesn't get more accomplished than James Stewart, Ditch Davey and Rodger Corser.
And over the weekend, the trio of stars delighted fans by getting together for a surprise catch-up in Sydney's beach suburb of Coogee.
Taking to Instagram to document the power lunch, Home And Away star James Stewart, who plays Justin Morgan on the show, posted a snap with his fellow Home And Away co-star Ditch Davey, who recently joined the show as neurosurgeon Dr. Christian Green, and Doctor Doctor actor Rodger Corser.
Poking fun of rubbing shoulders with two of TV's most beloved doctors, James captioned the shot: "I say, is there a doctor in the house?"
While fans went wild over the shock new trio they didn't know they needed in their lives, many were quick to speculate that perhaps there could be more to their catch-up than meets the eye.
"Does this mean @rogercorser is heading to the Bay too?" One curious fan questioned.
A second pondered: "The guy on the left (out of doctor show) joining H&A?"
While a third simply summed up the A-list sighting by stating" "What is happening?!??"
TV WEEK Gold Logie nominee Rodger, who is currently filming season six of Channel Nine's drama Doctor Doctor, is certainly no stranger to Summer Bay, having played the role of doctor Hugh Sullivan between 2006 and 2007.
And in an even more convenient turn of events, Hugh was never killed off the show. Instead, he relocated to South Africa. So, the door is still open for a role reprisal.
Just this year alone the show has seen a slew of big names join the soapie, including Bridie Carter and Ditch Davey.
"It's funny how life turns out," Ditch said. "Because it's only been in the last couple of years that I've reacquainted myself with the beach – because the kids are keen to get down there – and now I'm in Home And Away," Ditch explained to TV WEEK of his latest role.
Adding that working across the globe and living in Melbourne hasn't afforded them much time at the beach.
"I've worked in a triangle pattern between Australia, New Zealand and America for a lot of my career, so I was quite busy doing those loops. Then this came up and I thought, 'Let's do it.' I've always been flexible in my career, so it was more the trajectory of the character than anything else that drew me in."
While there's been no official word from Channel 7 on the speculation, we can only hope the almighty Rodger graces Summer Bay again soon!