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Here's Where You Can Stream Alicia Silverstone's Clueless Online

Alicia Silverstone just reprised her most iconic role, Cher Horowitz of 1995's "Clueless," for a Superbowl ad. In her ad for Rakuten (which promotes cash back for shopping), Silverstone dons one of Cher's most memorable outfits: the matching yellow plaid jacket and skirt. She stands at the podium of a classroom — just as Cher did when she gives her argument in favor of the U.S. helping refugees — to discuss Rakuten.

Silverstone, in her best Cher voice, begins by saying, "I used to be pretty clueless about shopping." She is then interrupted by Elisa Donovan, reprising her "Clueless" role of mean girl Amber Mariens, who interjects to say, "Among other things." As Silverstone talks about the benefits of Rakuten, we see her browse Cher's spinning closet and walk through the streets with shopping bags in hand. Finally, we see her in Cher's jeep — which has backed into a delivery truck.

With that much nostalgia in the ad, some viewers may be tempted to rewatch "Clueless." So, for those curious, here's where you can stream the '90s classic.

Clueless can be watched on Paramount+

If you're itching to rewatch "Clueless," look no further than Paramount+; the film can be watched on the streaming platform if you're a subscriber. If you're not yet a subscriber but are looking to become one, there are two options: there's the Essential plan for $4.99 a month or $49.99 a year, which includes limited ads, and then there is the ad-free Premium plan for $9.99 a month or $99.99 a year. Both plans come with a free one-week trial, so you can cancel without paying after you watch "Clueless" if you decide you don't want to keep with the streaming service.

For those of you who want a refresher, "Clueless," which was written and directed by Amy Heckerling, follows Cher Horowitz (a popular teen with a penchant for matchmaking) as she navigates her own love life while trying to set up her peers — and even her teachers. It co-stars Paul Rudd, Stacey Dash, Brittany Murphy, and Donald Faison, and it's remained a hugely popular film over the years, with some even calling it the best Jane Austen adaptation ever.

All in all, it's definitely worth a watch — or a rewatch.