She's also more than happy to drop her most famous line from the movie.
What's it gonna take to get Romy and Michele to attend another high school reunion?
That's the questions fans of the Lisa Kudrow and Mira Sorvino movie have been asking ever since 1997's "Romy and Michele's High School Reunion" became a cult classic -- and they aren't the only two stars from the film who want more.
TooFab caught up with Camryn Manheim at Comic-Con over the weekend, where she -- alongside "Stumptown" costar Michael Ealey -- expressed interest in doing another one.
"Dude! We need a Romy and Michele sequel," she exclaimed when asked what we could do to get one going. "I'm so ready for it myself!"
Then, without prompt, she did us all a solid and quoted her character, Toby Walters', most iconic line from the film: "Please don't tell me to f--k off because it really hurts my feelings."
"We would love that to happen. I would absolutely do a reboot of it, a sequel, I just don't know if it will ever happen," Sorvino told TooFab last year. "We've tried for years to get it going and we don't have the rights, the rights belong to the company, so tell 'The Mouse' people want more Romy and Michele and we'll see what happens."
"The Mouse" in question is Mickey, as Disney owns the rights to the film.
"I think Lisa for sure is still funny, I hope I am and that partnership was so special, the friendship between those two characters is so endearing and crazy, but I think it kept people wanting more," Sorvino continued.
"I'm so proud to be a part of something that really meant something to a lot of people," she added. "It's a hard thing to achieve that with a film, to make your mark on people's hearts, and I think it really did. So that's one of the proudest things in my career, honestly, to have meant something to people that's lasted for 20 years."
In 2017, in conjunction with the movie's 20th anniversary, Kudrow also said she'd be in. "Well, sure," she told E!. "Yeah, why not? I mean ... if it makes sense for those two people to be around my age and see what's going on."