Thursday marked an event that will remain etched in the minds of Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston’s fans for long. The ex-spouses turned good friends finally re-united on screen for a live reading of "Fast Times" at Ridgemont High. The live table read, which a re-telling of the 1982 classic, was hosted by Dane Cook.

Pitt essayed the character of Brad Hamilton, originally played by Judge Reinhold while Aniston enacted the role of Linda -- the girl he has a crush on. The reading also featured Cook as Mark "Rat" Ratner, Ray Liotta as Mr. Hand, John Legend as Charles Jefferson, Henry Golding as Mr. Vargas, Shia LaBeouf as Spicoli, Matthew McConaughey as Mike Damone, Julia Roberts as Stacy Hamilton, Sean Penn as a delivery driver, Morgan Freeman reading stage directions and Jimmy Kimmel as all other characters.

Things got pleasantly strange as the two former lovers got casual and um, steamy -- giving dialogues of the characters being enacted by them.

Then occurs a steamy scene where Brad’s character reportedly heads into the bathroom, while the narrator, played by Morgan Freeman, quips: “Brad is j**king off.”

The fictional Brad is unsurprisingly obsessing about Linda. Just then, Aniston takes things up a notch by stating, “Hi Brad, you know how cute I always thought you were."

The event, which was conducted via Zoom, was a charitable collaboration with an NGO called CORE and REFORM Alliance.

At the end of the reading, the actors applauded each other, with Kimmel quipping, “Can we just take it from the top and do it one more time? -- owing to the stupendous turn-out of events.

The virtual gig features Pitt and Aniston together for the first time in 15 years after they parted ways through a mutually consented divorce in 2005. The two stars were married for five years before calling it quits. Aniston explored different avenues of her work post the split, while Pitt moved on with Angeline Jolie.

Brad Pitt Jennifer Aniston SAG Awards Brad Pitt and Jennifer Aniston attend the 26th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at The Shrine Auditorium on January 19, 2020 in Los Angeles, California. Emma McIntyre/Getty Images for Turner