Among the many Zoom meetings and reunions today, the Fast Times at Ridgemont High table read might be the most favorite. Aside from taking everyone back to 1982, it also showed Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt's sweet antics that brought fans to the frenzy.
The charity event wowed everyone with everyone's performance, not to mention, star-studded cast. In addition to Pitt and Aniston, viewers also saw other A-list celebrities, like Julia Roberts, Morgan Freeman, Matthew McConaughey, Shia LaBeouf, Jimmy Kimmel, John Legend, Ray Liotta, Henry Golding, and Sean Penn.
But, no matter how big other stars were, all eyes were on the former Hollywood golden couple. They played the roles of the lead characters Linda Barrett and Brad Hamilton.
As they read the script and the awkward scenes they had to make, fans couldn't help but feel some romantic excitement, knowing some were still shipping for the two.
In the scene where Linda appeared in Brad's fantasy, Aniston proved how good an actress she is even by just reading the script. She perfectly delivered the line where she effortlessly made Pitt blush, and the rest of the cast felt some butterflies in their stomachs.
Linda started greeting Brad with a simple "hi." She then asked if he knew how cute she thought he was. "I think you're so sexy. Will you come to me?" she said.
Pitt's reaction was priceless, while others tried their best not to laugh. Roberts just made a huge grin, while Kimmel couldn't help but blurted out laughing.
As expected, the Twitter world exploded after their flirtatious scene, Cosmopolitan noted. One fan said Aniston managed to keep her cool while playing her role, while Pitt was quite embarrassed.
A second fan added she might be young when the ex-couple was still together, but the scene made her scream. Of course, everyone once again celebrated their on-screen reunion.
According to Entertainment Weekly, even before the table read began, Pitt and Aniston had a sweet moment when they exchanged pleasantries.
Another highlight of the event was LaBoeuf's dedication to his role, Jeff Spicoli, played by Penn in the film. Unlike others, he seemed to have memorized his lines.
He was also very carefree, not wearing any shirt on and freely smoking inside a truck. He was even wearing a neon glass. Although some seemed to dislike his performance, Penn had nothing but good words for his successor.
Of course, the table read would never be complete without Morgan Freeman's narration. He made the show perfect with his God-like voice.