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She's Still All That! Freddie Prinze Jr. Reunited With His “Homie” Rachael Leigh Cook

But did he still make her feel like she was Julia Roberts in Pretty Woman?

Be still my teenage heart. Le sigh.

On Thursday afternoon, Freddie Prinze Jr. tweeted the most adorable picture with She's All That costar Rachael Leigh Cook. The reason for the rendezvous? Well, as Freddy so eloquently put it, "When the homie‪ @RachaelLCook wants to have coffee, you get some damn coffee! #OldFriendsNewFriends". Welp, seems like a legit reason to me.

Seriously, after 17 years, these two did have a lot to talk about over coffee. For one, the last time we saw these two together was in the 1999 rom-com She's All That. Freddie played hacky sacking Zack Siler while Rachael was the artsy introverted and highly opinionated Laney Boggs. Zack places a bet with his best friend Dean Sampson (Paul Walker) to make any "nobody" into prom queen and who clumsily drops her books at the right moment...?

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None other than Laney. Although the two did have quite the rocky relationship (in the film, of course), its nice to see the homies are still tight and can still catch up for coffee.

When the homie @RachaelLCook wants to have coffee, you get some damn coffee! #OldFriendsNewFriends pic.twitter.com/Pf8tDOdLeR— Freddie Prinze Jr (@RealFPJr) September 8, 2016

In Laney Boggs fashion, she wigged out on Freddie once more for leaving her with the brownie. Like major wiggage. For the record, I see no crime, here:

@RealFPJr You left me with the brownie we r not friends anymore!! xoxo— Rachael Leigh Cook (@RachaelLCook) September 8, 2016

Disappointment ensues once again for Freddie when he learns he does not possess the brownie he so longed for:

You took the brownie?!?! I thought I had it!!! https://t.co/DUI31BTWg0— Freddie Prinze Jr (@RealFPJr) September 8, 2016

Well, at least he has a brownie and is not standing in a middle of a ceremony naked with a soccer ball covering his, ahem. I'd say this friendship has made great progress.