All the feels. Freddie Prinze Jr. and Rachael Leigh Cook reunited for a cup of joe on Sept. 8 and it's giving us major '90s flashbacks.

And that's a good thing!

The "She's All That" co-stars shared their moment on Instagram.

"Cup of coffee with the homegirl @rachaelleighcook," Freddie captioned a photo of the former on-screen lovebirds, using the hashtags, "#BeenTooLong" and "#OldFriendsNewFriends."

Cup of coffee with the homegirl @rachaelleighcook #BeenTooLong #OldFriendsNewFriends

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Rachael shared the same photo with her nearly 60,000 Instagram followers, writing, "Excellent #TBT with this guy; a beautiful actor and human being.17 years, holyyyyyy..."

The duo's movie love story was a staple in most teenagers VHS player (remember those?). It told a tale of cool guy Zack Siler (played by Freddie) betting that he could get any girl to go to the prom with him. Laney Boggs (played by Rachael) was that outcast that no one thought would ever go with the biggest jock in school.

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Well, as most '90s love stories went, they fell in love and then things went awry (thanks to Dean Sampson, played by the late Paul Walker), but then they found their way.

The movie starred several actors and actresses who would go on to be household names, like Matthew Lillard, Anna Paquin, Gabrielle Union, Lil' Kim and Usher.

#flashbackfriday #90's Hanging with my homegirls... @_annapaquin @rachaelleighcook

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In honor of the movie's 15th anniversary in January 2014, Freddie and Rachael spoke about the film and, in particular, that choreographed promo scene.

"The dance sequence is the best for a thousand reasons," he told The Daily Beast. "It's a sequence that I was horrified to do, because I had never danced on camera before. … I remember [Dulé Hill] being pissed that he wasn't able to tap dance, so he insisted on doing this stupid hoedown thing."

"I remember seeing Dulé tap dance!" Rachael said. "For the big dance number, I was trying to protect myself so I remember making the case to our choreographer, Adam Shankman, that my character wouldn't know this dance and that I'm not a born dancer, so I think that's how I ended up just doing a move or two here or there. [Jodi Lyn O'Keefe's character Taylor Vaughan] did most of the dirty work. And if I ever hear 'The Rockafeller Skank' again, I'm going to shoot myself."

Cue Sixpence None the Richer's "Kiss Me" pronto!