In honor of Clueless' 20th anniversary this weekend, E! News is taking a look back at Paul Rudd!

Rudd, Stacey Dash and Justin Walker chatted with us all the way back in 1995 when the movie was first released, and dished all about filming their now-cult classic hit. (Can you believe it has been 20 years?!)

The trio was just as goofy as you'd expect, laughing with each other about life onset. When asked what they thought Clueless stood for, Rudd was the first to volunteer an answer.

"Clueless stands for...I have no idea," Rudd quipped. "I have no idea."

The Ant-Man star, who played hot stepbrother Josh in the Alicia Silverstone-starring film, put his signature smile on display as he joked throughout the entire interview. Some things just never change!

Walker, who played Cher's (Silverstone) big crush through the majority of the movie, also couldn't contain himself throughout the chat. When asked to described what it was like behind-the-scenes, he made jokes the entire time.

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"Real neighborly," Walker explained. "It was a home game. It was an L.A. shoot, so lots of friendships were formed."

Clearly this cast was a close set of pals from the get-go! "We built a rainbow above I think on this shoot," Rudd added.

Meanwhile Dash, who played Cher's best friend, Dion, laughed throughout the entire ordeal, unable to speak any words. Is anyone else dying to be part of this throwback crew?!

But when we caught up with Rudd while he received his star on the Hollywood Walk of Fame, he didn't seem too sure about a potential reunion. "I don't know," Rudd told E! News. "I think they're getting ready to do it as a Broadway musical. I've heard about that recently, which is exciting."

He continued, "Would I want to do it again? I think I may be a little too old for the part now. Maybe I could play the Dan Hedaya role [Cher's father]."

Don't be silly, Paul. You haven't aged a day. To see what else these stars had to say about Clueless, watch the video above!

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