Mean Girls Is Back On Netflix, And The Internet Has Thoughts

It really does feel like Christmas in July. If it’s been too long since you’ve been personally victimized by Regina George, have no fear, Mean Girls is one of the many great movies and TV shows that hit Netflix this month. The infinitely rewatchable 2004 comedy starring Tina Fey (one of her best movies, of which she also wrote the screenplay), Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and so, so many others made its return to the streaming service. Seeing as how it’s already trending on Netflix, this was very welcome news for fans. In fact, when Mean Girls appeared on Netflix subscribers’ home screens, people took to social media to share their excitement.

Mean Girls tells the story about Lindsay Lohan’s Cady, who is learning to navigate the hierarchy of high school popularity after previously being homeschooled by her family while living in Africa. The movie has developed a cult following with its amazing cast and endlessly quotable dialogue, so as soon as the movie dropped on Netflix, watch parties were already formed:

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