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Stacey Dash & The Cast Of Clueless Reunite 17 Years Later, Talk Fashion & Missing Brittany Murphy

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As if you could forget Clueless.

The cult phenomenon brought us catchphrases (remember “Whatever” complete with the W handsign?), pens with feather tops, a kicking game of “Suck and Blow,” and, of course, some awesome fashion and serious yearning for Cher’s computerized closet.

To celebrate the film’s 17th year, Entertainment Weekly decided to reunite the cast—and the casts of Melrose Place, Arrested Development and more—for their 3rd Annual “Reunion Issue.” When Alicia Silverstone, Stacey Dash, Elisa Donovan, Breckin Meyer, Jeremy Sisto, Donald Faison, and Justin Walker got together for the cover shoot, they couldn’t help but dish about the movie that changed their lives. 

“It started all of our careers,” Faison admitted in an interview with Good Morning America.

“Right when the movie was about to wrap, I remember asking Breckin and Donald, ‘Do you think anyone’s going to see this?’” Sisto said. “We had no idea.”

Silverstone recalled that Clueless almost didn’t make it to the big screen. “At the time, people were saying, like, ‘Who wants to watch a bunch of young people?’” Silverstone revealed along with the fact that she hated the clothes she wore. “I didn’t understand fashion at all. I had 60 changes, I was so tired, and I didn’t understand why I had to keep having fittings. So I kind of hated them, but then when I saw the movie I was like, ‘I understand!’”

Listen as the cast reminisces on the passing of Brittany Murphy and imagine where their characters would be today. Were you a fan of Clueless?

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