PASADENA, Calif. -- Making a sequel to "Mean Girls" was a bit intimidating for actress Nicole Anderson.
In fact, "it was terrifying," she says with a slight laugh.
After all, the 2004 film, a comedy about a clique of high-school girls harassing two outcasts, has quite a legacy. Tina Fey wrote the script. Lindsay Lohan, Rachel McAdams and Amanda Seyfried starred. None of them is back for the TV sequel. The first "Mean Girls" is the kind of cult classic that Anderson's generation embraces.