The Trio has reunited! Tom Lenk, Danny Strong, and Adam Busch are best known for their roles as villains on the 1990s teen drama series Buffy the Vampire Slayer, but they’re not so evil anymore. The actors came together to support Danny as he made his debut as a director at the screening for his upcoming film — and of course, it was documented on Instagram.

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From right to left: legit movie actor, legit movie writer/director, garbage tailor. Juuuuuust a sensible #buffythevampireslayer TRIO 👨‍👦‍👦reunion with @strongdanny and @reagandotcom for a screening of Danny's moving picture DIRECTORIAL DEBUT (not to mention he wrote it as well)! Rebel in the Rye!!!!!! It's extremely moving and unexpectedly funny and wonderful and there are so many amazing performances (including a bunch by my friends @reagandotcom @amyrutberg @jamesurbaniak) @nicholashoult (god damn it he's a STAR and SUPES DREAMY) @kevinspacey (obvs crushed it) and holy hell @mssarahcatharinepaulson gave me ALL THE FEELS. BTW it's not the Trio's 20th anniversary for another few years so I have asked Danny and Adam to sever relations with me until then because I would like time away to help me grow fonder…. #rebelintherye #rebelintheryemovie #londonhotel

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“From right to left: legit movie actor, legit movie writer/director, garbage tailor. [Just] a sensible [Buffy the Vampire Slayer] Trio reunion with [Danny] and [Adam] for a screening of Danny’s moving picture directorial debut (not to mention he wrote it as well) Rebel in the Rye!!!!!!” the 41-year-old wrote in the caption. “It’s extremely moving and unexpectedly funny and wonderful and there are so many amazing performances. [By the way] it’s not The Trio’s 20th anniversary for another few years so I have asked Danny and Adam to sever relations with me until then because I would like time away to help me grow fonder.”

The Trio was the nemesis of the lead character Buffy Summers — which was played by Sarah Michelle Gellar. The group of nerds used their knowledge of science and magic in order to attempt to kill Buffy. It was Buffy’s destiny to save the world from vampires and demons, and the show tied the realities of being a teenager with the supernatural world.

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Earlier this year, most of the stars of the series reunited to reflect on their work on the show and Sarah perfectly summed up the show’s purpose. “I think it was the ultimate metaphor,” the 40-year-old told Entertainment Weekly. “Utilizing the horrors of adolescence manifested through these actual monsters and I think that everyone going through that — that’s the hardest time of life and to understand that you’re not alone through that.”