Tori Spelling, Luke Perry, Instagram


Oh, you thought you were done going down memory lane this Thursday? You're not, but this one is a great way to end your throwback run.

As part of Instagram's weekly tradition that we all know and love, Tori Spelling decided to throw it way back to the '90s (our favorite decade, of course) with a photograph alongside her hunky Beverly Hills, 90210 co-star Luke Perry, in order to successfully take us back to the Donna and Dylan days, which makes us feel both super nostalgic and green with envy because JEALOUSY.

The black and white picture, which was taken at Spelling's star-studded and lavish 18th birthday party, shows Perry flashing his dreamy smile while wrapping his arms around the birthday girl, who is giving you look that's to say, "You wish you were me right now, don't you?"

And the answer is yes.

"Celebrating my 18th Birthday with my friend and co-star and envy of millions of girls everywhere (ha ha!) #LukePerry at Bar One which was an iconic Hollywood Club in the 90's! #TBT #90210," she captioned the photo.

What makes this picture even sweeter is remembering what Perry said about Spelling during an appearance on Watch What Happens Live back in 2013.

The actor, who played bad boy Dylan McKay on the '90s teen soap, took on a round of "Shag, Marry, Kill" with WWHL host Andy Cohen.

He was given the obvious three options: former costars Spelling, Shannen Doherty and Jennie Garth, and said, "I'd marry Tori because I told her dad I'd look out for her," Perry said of the actress' late father, TV producer Aaron Spelling, who passed away in 2006 at age 83.

"That's the best way for me to do that. I'd kill Shannon, because she'd want me to. And that's the only reason. And what was the other one?"

"Shag," Cohen reminded him. "Well, there ya go," Perry responded, LOL!

Tori, you lucky lady.

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