Gretchen Wieners is so “not ”fetch in new “Mean Girls”–inspired ad

Gretchen Wieners is so “not ”fetch in new “Mean Girls”–inspired ad

Meanwhile, Karen still hasn't figured out how mirrors work.

Even the Plastics aren't safe from the realities of growing up.

Lacey Chabert is back as Gretchen Wieners, but with her teen years in the rearview, the girl who once ruled the school has a different jungle to conquer: her own home.

"After high school, Gretchen formed her own clique..." Lindsay Lohan's Cady Heron narrates in the latest Walmart ad from its new campaign, which serves as a mini-sequel to Mean Girls. "The Wiener household."

Despite wearing pink on Wednesday like a pro, Gretchen has her work cut out for her as her adolescent daughter informs her that her fashion choices are "giving 2004." With no regard for how her grandfather, the inventor of the beloved Toaster Strudel, might feel, she also criticizes her mom for calling Kelis' early-2000s hit "Milkshake" a "bop."

But on the bright side, Amanda Seyfried also pops up as Karen Smith — who still hasn't figured out mirrors.

The clip advertising the retailer's upcoming Black Friday extravaganza is the second part of a campaign that reunites Lohan, Chabert, and Seyfried in their roles from the teen-comedy classic. Filled with Mean Girls throwbacks, references, and cameos, the commercials will continue rolling out on Wednesdays (natch) leading up to the end of the November sale.

Though many of the movie's original stars returned for the ads — including Rajiv Surendra as Kevin Gnapoor and Daniel Franzese as Damian — others, like Rachel McAdams (who played Plastics HBIC Regina George), Lizzy Caplan (Janis Ian), and Jonathan Bennett (Aaron Samuels) were notably absent.

The Walmart advertisement comes on the heels of a new trailer for Tina Fey's upcoming musical movie adaptation of Mean Girls, which is set to hit theaters in January. Fey and Tim Meadows will return as Ms. Norbury and Principal Duval, respectively, but Lohan, Chabert, Seyfried, and McAdams will not portray their 2004 characters. Instead, the young cast includes Reneé Rapp, Angourie Rice, and Auli'i Cravalho.

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