If you weren't lucky enough to grow up with Elizabeth and Jessica Wakefield by way of the epic "Sweet Valley High" books and the so-very-'90s TV series, then you kinda missed out.
Because imagine all the troubles of teenagedom times two plus tons of twin tiffs -- yeah, it was pretty terrific, life-shaping stuff.
Here's the basic 411:
See, Elizabeth was the more down-to-earth of the pair, wearing cardigans and being super approachable and whatnot...
While Jessica was more flirtatious and, um, appearance-oriented.
So, they were sisters, but they had way different realities.
Sometimes they imitated each other for sisterly sport.
And they had many heart-to-hearts.
No matter their differences, they were always the bestest of friends. And it was awesome.
If you didn't get to see it, don't worry. Because, like "Boy Meets World," "Full House," and a zillion other relics of life as a Product Of The '80s, the series is about to the reboot treatment. Which makes us want to whip our Skip-Its and Troll dolls and chomp on some Ouch! gum right now for old time's sake.
Brittany and Cynthia Daniel, the twin actresses who portrayed the identical-but-opposite sisters in the series, are working on reviving it for the teens of now. Snaps for them!
"There is some talk right now," Brittany told E! Online. "We're actually going to have some conversations with Francine. That series means so much to my sister and I and we want to bring that to our kids and the next generation."
By Francine, she means Francine Pascal, the author of the clutch paperbacks that fit so nicely between "Goosebumps" and "The Babysitter's Club" back in the day. Memories.
While the last installment to the "SVH" series came out in 2003, the book series is still very much alive at Penguin Random House, who plucked "The Hunger Games" actress Levin Rambin from her then-soap opera status to front the revamped covers. So, they've sort of already got an actress suited for the part(s), right? Hey, works for us!
In the meantime, we'll just be over playing the theme song on repeat in our heads: Sweeeet Valley, Sweet Valley Hiiiiiiigh, Sweet Valley...