Somehow, 15 years later, some Wet Hot American Summer stars look exactly the same...and they're all still alive!
OK, more accurately, most of them have aged ridiculously well (what is in the Camp Firewood water?!). But one actor in particular looks like the original movie is coming out this week and not the Netflix prequel series, which was shot a decade and a half after the original came out.
"F--k that guy!" Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp star Michael Ian Black tells E! News of his co-star Paul Rudd's insanely magical genes.
"Who has aged the best? There was that whole interactive thing with Paul Rudd where you can click on the two faces to see which was from '99 and which was from 2007," Black says. "Surprisingly hard! F--k that guy...This isn't going to air, is it? OK, to their faces, I was like, ‘Oh my god, it's so great to see you!' But f--k that guy, Ant-Man. Go f--k yourself, Paul Rudd."
Of course, there's no real animosity between these two co-stars, but hey, if you worked with someone who looked like he found the Fountain of Youth and didn't share it with you, we're pretty sure you'd be saying the exact same thing!
Meanwhile, writer and star Michael Showalter is surprised everybody from the cast is still alive. "It's kind of amazing that no one died," Showalters tells E! News. "I have to say, that is the one thing that most blows my mind."
Press play on our exclusive video above to see what else Black, David Hyde Pierce, Showalter and more Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp stars have to say about who aged the best after all these years!
The full season of Wet Hot American Summer: First Day of Camp hits Netflix tomorrow.