Lacey Chabert's Gretchen Tries to Make 'Bop' Happen in Continuation of Walmart's “Mean Girls” Ad

Gretchen Wieners is back in Walmart's second 'Mean Girls'-themed Black Friday ad, with an appearance from Amanda Seyfried

Gretchen Wieners is still shopping for Black Friday deals.

On Wednesday, Walmart unveiled a second Mean Girls reunion ad starring Lacey Chabert as Gretchen, now a stage mom whose children attend North Shore High School.

"After high school, Gretchen formed her own clique — the Weiners household," Cady Heron (Lindsay Lohan) narrates, as Gretchen points out her daughter is wearing sweatpants on a Wednesday.

Gretchen is behind the times — her daughter disapproves of Gretchen's plan to gift her "white gold hoop earrings for Hanukkah" and Gretchen calling the Kelis song "Milkshake" a "bop" as she drives her kids to school.

Amanda Seyfried makes an appearance as Karen in this ad too, as she asks Gretchen over a phone call whether she thinks "the girl in the mirror can see you back." "Karen, we've talked about this," Gretchen deadpans.

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<p>Walmart</p> Lacey Chabert and Amanda Seyfried


Lacey Chabert and Amanda Seyfried

The advertisement ends with Gretchen's daughter advising her to relax during a family dinner, after which Lohan, 37, appears alongside Missy Elliott (going by Ms. Elliot) at North Shore High School.

Walmart's new Black Friday ad comes a week after Lohan, Seyfried, Chabert, Daniel Franzese and Rajiv Surendra all reunited for the spot. The commercial recreated some of Mean Girls' most iconic moments, from Karen’s weather reports to the school's famous “Jingle Bell Rock” performance — this time with Gretchen's daughter wearing a Santa costume.

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“It was wonderful to spend the day with Amanda and Lindsay and it was so much fun getting to reminisce and be together again,” Chabert told PEOPLE about reuniting with her costars.

“It was so nice being back together after all these years. It was great catching up with everyone," Lohan said.

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<p>Walmart</p> Lacey Chabert


Lacey Chabert

The new Mean Girls-themed ad released the same morning Paramount released the first trailer for the upcoming movie musical reimagining of the hit 2004 comedy and subsequent 2018 Broadway musical of the same name.

Chabert's advertisement is the second in a series of Mean Girls-themed ads Walmart is rolling out each Wednesday leading up to Black Friday and on Cyber Monday, Nov. 27. Many of the store's Black Friday deals are available on its website now.

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