Most of the Mean Girls cast — including Lindsay Lohan, Lacey Chabert, and Amanda Seyfried — held a super-fetch reunion for a new Walmart commercial that serves as a mini sequel to the 2004 teen-comedy classic.
The clip, advertising the retailer's upcoming Black Friday extravaganza, stars the trio reprising their Mean Girls characters in a slightly remixed fashion, with Lohan's Cady Heron, Chabert's Gretchen Wieners, and Seyfried's Karen Smith taking on new duties as grown-ups.
"At North Shore, some things never change. On Wednesdays, we still wear pink," Lohan says at the top of the commercial, just before Chabert appears in a convertible and urges a new group of teens to "get in," recalling an iconic scene from the flick.
— Lindsay Lohan (@lindsaylohan) November 1, 2023
Next, Seyfried recreates her character's legendary newscast from the Mean Girls ending, quipping that there's "a 30 percent chance that it's already Wednesday."
Lohan later pops up as a North Shore guidance counselor and attempts to make the word "grool" happen with a pair of students. Meanwhile, Chabert tries to pass "fetch" on to a new generation (spoiler alert: it doesn't work).
Lindsay Lohan/X Lacey Chabert, Lindsay Lohan, and Amanda Seyfried reunite for a 'Mean Girls' Walmart commercial
Another scene welcomes Missy Elliott, who contributed the song "Pass That Dutch" to the Mean Girls soundtrack, playing a reinterpretation of Coach Carr.
EW has reached out to the actors' representatives for more information.
Lindsay Lohan/X Daniel Franzese in 'Mean Girls' Walmart commercial.
Walmart's advertisement comes two months before writer Tina Fey's upcoming musical movie adaptation of Mean Girls is set to hit theaters in January. Fey and Tim Meadows will return as Ms. Norbury and Principal Duval, respectively, for the new project. However, Lohan, Chabert, Seyfried, and McAdams will not portray their characters.
Watch the Mean Girls stars reunite in the new Walmart Black Friday commercial above.
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