One more Mean Girls alum has officially signed the petition to get a sequel on the big screen. 

Daniel Franzese, who starred as Damian in the 2004 comedy, responded Saturday to Lindsay Lohan's recent Instagram throwback asking her co-stars to revive their hilariously iconic characters. Sharing an ever so early 2000s cast photo alongside Rachel McAdams and Lacey Chabert, LiLo captioned the snapshot, "Miss you all... sequel?"

Cue the social media firestorm. 

Well Daniel, who currently stars on ABC's legal drama Conviction, apparently shares similar aspirations as he tweeted, "I'm down" to news of Lohan's confession. Cue yet another social media firestorm. 

Daniel Franzese, Mean Girls, Lizzy Caplan

Paramount Pictures

The actor then followed up, "I feel like the number one reason to have Social Media is try to drum up the powers that be to make us a Mean Girls sequel." 

As fate would have it, Lohan actually reunited with another one of her castmates just a few weeks over FaceTime. Lindsay shared a smiley screenshot of her and Jonathan Bennett on Instagram, further adding fuel to the fire that is fans' burning desire for a sequel. 

But despite maintaining a tight friendship over the years, Bennett might need some more convincing when it comes to joining a reprisal. The actor-turned-spinning instructor told Us Weekly last year, ""I don't give a f--k, no. No more Mean Girls reunions!" Yikes.

Your move, Lizzy Caplan.

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