'Superbad' is Back! The Cast of Our Favorite Comedy Just Got Together For a Legendary Reunion

Scarlett Adler

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Someone go get the GoldSlick, you know, "The one with the little golden flakes in it," because our favorite troublemakers are back and better than ever! That's right, last night, McLovin and gang (no fake IDs required this time) reunited on our screens, and we've got everything you need to know.

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"It's on - a Superbad Reunion & Watch Party," Hill first announced on Twitter on October 23 of the star-studded event. Sure enough, last night, the cast of our favorite comedy did just that - as we watched them relive their high-school days on our screen.

And, well, no surprise, it was exactly as entertaining as you expected it to be. In fact, if you ask Emma Stone, "My face just hurt being around you right now," thanks to the hilarious trip down memory lane.

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So, what did this trip back to 2007 call for, aside from lots of laughs, of course? Lots and lots of revelations. That's right, you're going to want to hear this. For starters, did you know that the movie was actually based off of Seth Rogen's wild teenaged years?

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Yep, Seth's crush on Jules? Happened in Rogen's very own Home Economics class: "I was finally partnered with a girl [in Home Ec] I had a crush on for years and years and years," the actor revealed. "It kind of felt like you were on a date every class. You were cooking together every day." 

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Oh, and did we mention that house-party was actually based on Rogen's very first "adult party?" Yep, as if we didn't already love this movie enough. In fact, excuse us, we've got to go watch it yet again.