Ke Huy Quan and Brendan Fraser have made quite the impact thus far during awards season.
Quan earned the Best Supporting Actor Golden Globe and Critics Choice Award for his role in Everything Everywhere All at Once. Brendan Fraser took home the Best Actor Award at Sunday's Critics Choice Awards for his performance in The Whale.
But perhaps the most memorable moment of Sunday night for the two actors was when Quan rushed to congratulate Fraser on his win.
You can see the moment below.
The two reunited for the first time since starring in the 1992 film Encino Man, a movie about a previously frozen caveman—played by Fraser—who is introduced to modern-day life.
The film—which starred Quan's Goonies costar Sean Astin—wasn't Fraser's first film role, but it was his first time as a major character.
In a roundtable interview with The Hollywood Reporter Quan shared:
"We saw each other out there for the first time after all these years, we gave each other a hug, and [Fraser] said, 'Ke we're still here'."
The Twitterverse was beyond ecstatic for Fraser and Quan, both for the reunion and the resurgence of their careers.
They were feeling everything...
You know where this is going.
...all at once.
Oscar buzz surrounds Fraser and Quan for Best Actor and Best Supporting Actor, respectively.
We look forward to many more roles and awards for them, as well as many more of these adorable moments.