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Degrassi Costars Lauren Collins, Shane Kippel, Jake Epstein Reunite: Photos!

These guys! (Racing to post this before @shaneykipps does…) #DEGRASSI

A photo posted by Lauren Collins ???? (@laurenfcollins) on Jun 29, 2015 at 3:01pm PDT

Okay, everyone just breathe.

These Degrassi kids may have graduated, but they still are close pals! Lauren Collins, Shane Kippel, and Jake Epstein reunited on Monday, June 29, giving fans a thrill — and a sneak peek for what’s to come!

Related: PHOTOS: Costars reunited

“These guys! (Racing to post this before @shaneykipps does…) #DEGRASSI,” Collins, 28, quipped via Instagram. 

Kippel, 29, teased in a second pic: “Look who I stumbled across…randomly…at the scheduled Degrassi promo shoot that we’re all a part of #degrassi #promo #oldfriends #catchingup #allgrownup.”

Related: PHOTOS: Love on set

Catching up with my old high school pal, Gavin “Spinner” Mason @shaneykipps #degrassi

A photo posted by Adamo Ruggiero (@adamoaruggiero) on Jun 29, 2015 at 6:32pm PDT

Collins, who starred in the Canadian series from 2001 to 2008, played Miss Popular Paige Michaelchuk. Her style was on point, she was full of sass, and, yes, often said “hon” to her peers. Kippel and Epstein, 28, played dreamy Gavin “Spinner” Mason and Craig Manning, respectively.

The trio were also joined by Adamo Ruggiero, who played the show’s first openly gay character, Marco. “Catching up with my old high school pal, Gavin “Spinner” Mason @shaneykipps #degrassi,” Ruggiero, 29, captioned one photo via Instagram.

Jake Goldsbie, Sarah Barrable-Tishauer, Ryan Cooley, Shenae Grimes, Shane Kippel, Lauren Collins, and Adamo Ruggiero from Degrassi

Related: PHOTOS: Costar couples

The former costars are perhaps gearing up for Degrassi’s one-hour special, titled “It Goes There: Degrassi’s Most Talked About Moments.” Earlier this month, it was confirmed that Degrassi was canceled from TeenNick after 14 seasons. Luckily, Netflix picked up the fan-favorite show for 2016.