Jennifer Aniston flirts with Brad Pitt, while ‘Fast Times at Ridgmont High’ is eligible for the table

Famous exiles Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt were playing with each other while the virtual “Fast Times at Ridgmont High” for the character was read in the table.

The table clips read on Thursday night of the 1982 teen drama featured Linda Barrett as Phoenix Cats playing Aniston, while Pitt played Judge Reinhold as Brad Hamilton. The former couple were seen as Chakli as they voiced a ritual pool scene from the film.

“Hi Brad, you know how cute I always was. I think you’re so sexy. Will you come to me?” Aniston’s character tells Pitt.

Actors including Jimmy Kimmel and Julia Roberts got a kick from the odd reunion of Ex, as they were making out laughing together.

Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt revisited Tbade Reid of ‘Rigmont High’ for rapid improvement.

Also participating in Table Reid were Matthew McConaughey, John Legend, Shia LaBeouf, Henry Golding, Ray Liotta, Dan Cook and the original flicker hero Sean Penn.

“It’s great to see all these friends here,” Pitt was heard narrating to the group in a trailer for the event.

Legend’s wife, Chrissy Teigen, did a brief cameo in the trailer and was surprisingly surprised by the star-studded cast on screen in front of her.

“What f – k,” she said before her husband introduced the cast.

The special for the Community Organized Relief Initiative (CORE) organization aired on Thursday on official Facebook and TickTalk channels.

Jennifer Aniston gave information about the ‘very beautiful show’ of Appen TV about ‘Apartment’.

The event doubled as a fundraiser for the Humanitarian Organization for the Reform Alliance, co-founded by Penn, which focuses on prison reform.

Cook, the organizer of the event, spoke with “Entertainment Tonight” last month, with Aniston, 51, and Pitt, 56, who were married in 2000–2005.

“It started with Jennifer Aniston, I think she was one of the first people I talked to,” the actor said. “She was like, ‘When and where?” And I said, ‘No idea, but I’m working on it.’

The 48-year-old Cook also noted the pair’s reunion at the Screen Actor’s Guild Awards this year, given the publicity for their reunion but it was well timed but nothing more.

“I wish I could have said that my plan was all along,” he said, explaining that Table Reid “started coming together”, as the SAG Awards moment went viral.

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“Fast Times at Ridgmont High” follows a group of comedic antics of high school students in forbidden teenage behavior.