The "Little Rascals" cast now (left) and back in 1994 (right). (Stephen Lynch Photography, Universal Pictures)
The "He-Man Woman Haters Club" is back in business, though this time around, the men are actual men and the women are actual women.
The cast of "The Little Rascals," the 1994 film adaptation of the '20s film "Our Gang," reunited, and while the reunion took place in 2010, Buzzfeed just recently stumbled upon the photos.
Sixteen years after their big screen shenanigans, the gang -- including Darla, Alfalfa, Butch, Woim, Jane and Froggy -- is virtually unrecognizable as adults.
Brittany Ashton Holmes, who played Darla, is now 23. Though she followed up her role in "Little Rascals" with roles in "Ellen" and "The Red Shoe Diaries," she has been largely out of the spotlight these days and admits on her MySpace page that she no longer wants to be a thespian.
"I was a actress when i was little, and did this movie called Little Rascals," it reads. "It's like really embarrassing to watch, and i don't want to act any more."
Her on-screen boyfriend, Bug Hall (a.k.a. Alfalfa), was also at the reunion and is no longer the goofy freckle-faced kid he once was. The handsome, cleft-chinned 27-year-old Texan continues to act and has recently appeared in "90210," "Criminal Minds" and "Nikita." This year he appears in "Atlas Shrugged II: The Strike."
Also on hand were no-longer-bespectacled Jordan Warkol, who played Froggy and is now attempting to forge an adult career in showbiz, a much kinder looking Sam Saletta, who played neighborhood bully Butch and is now the front man of a band called Jubala, his on-screen sidekick, Blake Jeremy Collins (a.k.a. Woim), and Heather Karasek, who played Jane and still appears to act (recently completing the '90s retro circle in a photo with "Boy Meets World" star Ben Savage).