It’s been 20 years since the Ice Cube and Chris Tucker classic Friday came out.

To celebrate, the stoner comedy about a quest to come up with $200 dollars owed to a local drug dealer is coming back to the big screen for one day only, and that day, of course, is 4/20. On Friday, April 20, the movie will be in 400 theaters across the U.S., according to Buzzfeed.

The movie will screen at 7:30 p.m., so even if you do in fact got a job as well as got shit to do, you should still be able to make it out for this.

The anniversary screening will reportedly be a special director’s cut of F. Gary Gray’s film and will include a 24-minute featurette titled Friday Straight Up that features interviews and stories from the cast.

You can find tickets and the entire list of participating theaters here.

If you’re wondering about another Friday sequel, Ice Cube told syndicated radio host Big Boi this week that he wasn’t too sure it would ever happen.

“It’s not really us. It’s New Line, it’s financing, and they goin’ corporate on me. We still want to work together, so, ya never know,” he said.
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