It's been a long time since I've felt even a smidgen of joy, but today's television reboot news has brought me BACK FROM THE BRINK. MTV has decided to resurrect My Super Sweet 16, which, as you may recall provided you have an ounce of good bad taste, was the best worst reality show of the aughts, and life has simply not been the same since it ended its run in 2008. I'm pretty sure I made it through the second half of the Bush administration by rage-blacking out at screeching teens whining about only getting two Maseratis for their birthday, and I'm ready to do it again, baby. I. AM. READY.

As first reported by Entertainment Weekly, MTV has put out a casting notice for a new season of the show, open to teens celebrating their Sweet 16s as well as other coming-of-age parties like quinceañeras. The original series, which chronicled the party-planning highs and lows for spoiled rich kids from across the country, debuted in 2005. It introduced us to human miracles like Cindy from Staten Island, who searched desperately for the "Prince Charmin'" to her "Cindyrella." Cindy is now in her late 20s, I assume, and I hope she looks back on her episode as fondly as I do:

Then, there was Alexa, who performed a slightly culturally-insensitive belly dance at her party to make her ex-boyfriend jealous. Alexa, wherever you are, bless you.

There was Ava, whose mother flew her to FUCKING PARIS to get a dress I still envy to this day. At some point, though, her mother canceled her credit card, what a bitch.

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There was Audrey, who pitched a fit after her mother bought her the wrong Lexus, GOD MOM.

And then, of course, there's the episode starring this stand-up human: