"As if!" "She's a full-on Monet!" "Do you prefer fashion victim or ensembly challenged?"
One of the most beloved comedies of the 90s, Clueless gave us countless memorable quotes that are repeated by Betties and Burn-Outs alike to this day.
Sadly, while the film was a surprise smash in 1995, not all of its stars went on to the A-list acting careers they likely envisioned.
Along with writer/director Amy Heckerling, the cast of the cult favorite reunited in LA yesterday to honor the film and take part in a Q & A session with fans.
With all the surviving stars gathering together for the first time since Clueless was released and the movie's twentieth anniversary just around the corner, we figured what better time to check in on what Cher Horowitz and company are up to these days?
Unfortunately, in many cases, the answer is: not much!
For example, Alicia Silverstone's clueless comments about childhood vaccinations and other medical matters are the only things keeping the once it-girl actress in the headlines nowadays.
Stacy Dash - who played Dionne in the film - is a minor Clueless success story.
She's played recurring roles in several TV series, appeared in music videos produced by her cousin (former Jay Z business partner Damon Dash) and she even posed for Playboy at age 40!
Donald Faison - who played Dionne's boyfriend Murray - also continues to work steadily and was a regular on the NBC sitcom Scrubs until 2010.
Tragically, one of the most memorable stars of the film was not in attendance at Tuesday's reunion. Actress Brittany Murphy died of an apparent heart attack in 2009.
But it's not all sadness and middling success for the cast of Clueless.
Paul Rudd - who played Cher's half-brother/boyfriend in the film - has gone on to become one of the most beloved and bankable comedic actors in Hollywood.
And, of course, he remains a total Baldwin.
Check out our gallery above to find out what your favorite Clueless stars have been up to in the years since they left Beverly Hills High.