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This week, Sean Penn put together a virtual table read of Amy Heckerling's Fast Times at Ridgemont High. Some of Hollywood's biggest stars were in attendance and fans are surprised at the interaction between former couple Jennifer Aniston and Brad Pitt. The two were set up by their agents back in 1998 and were married until 2005. Here's why fans are talking about them after the livestream:


A Steamy Script

This Thursday, a Fast Times at Ridgemont High table read was live for all fans to see. The livestream was part of Dane Cook's charity event Feelin' A-Live which raised money for donations to the emergency relief nonprofit CORE, which was founded by Sean Penn, and REFORM Alliance, which is focused on criminal justice reform.

Taking part in the live stream were actors Jimmy Kimmel, Morgan Freeman, Matthew McConaughey, Julia Roberts, Henry Golding, Shia LaBeouf, Sean Penn, and of course, Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston. Brad played the character Brad Hamilton while Jen read the lines of Brad's crush, Linda Barrett. Fans were dying over Jenn's dialogue to Brad's character, as she spoke the words

"Hi Brad. You know how cute I always thought you were. I think you're so sexy. Will you come to me?"

Fans React

The whole table read had fans going wild whether it be because of Jen and Brad's conversation or Shia LeBeouf's Jeff Spicoli portrayal. Here's what fans said on Twitter:

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