Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne re-enacting Keeping Up With the Kardashians is just what we need right now

As we prepare for the potential for weeks spent at home amid the coronavirus pandemic, it seems even celebrities are getting creative with all the extra time on their hands. Ashley Benson and Cara Delevingne are channeling some of that energy into re-enacting scenes from Keeping Up with the Kardashians on TikTok, and it’s straight-up comedy gold.

Last week, Benson shared a solo clip of herself acting as both Kris and Kendall Jenner in a 2017 episode that is truly nonsensical—in the best way. In her TikTok clip, the Pretty Little Liars alum can be seen wearing a fluffy robe and re-enacting a scene in which the model and her mama are having a conversation about cute jeans…or is it cute genes?

And yes, Benson includes Kendall’s hilarious eye rolls and Kris’s sheer and utter confusion—and it’s spot on.

First, the dialogue in question:

And then Benson’s version:

She then got Delevingne in on the action. Benson shared a clip from an episode when Kourtney Kardashian and then-boyfriend Scott Disick attempted to discuss interior decorating in the wee hours of the night (or, you know, 10 p.m.).

After a slight disagreement, Kourtney attempts to end the conversation by saying “ABCDEFG, goodbye…I have to go”—a phrase she insists is the real thing—much to Scott’s dismay.

In their version on TikTok, Delevingne stars as Lord Disick and Benson as Kourtney, proving that these two are truly making good use of their time during social distancing.

Check out Benson’s official TikTok page where you can see more of her incredible KUWTK re-enactments. She tackles Khloé yelling at Kourtney about her weak WiFi signal, Kylie confusing a chicken for a pig, and Kim yelling at Kourtney about gluten-free candy. The LOLs, they are aplenty—something we could all surely use a bit more of right about now.

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