While out actor Daniel Franzese last year blamed his gay Mean Girls character for “ruining his life,” last week he said that he's ready to reprise the role.

In a recent interview with The Advocate, Tina Fey, who wrote the screenplay, said that she should have written a separate movie for Franzese's Damian.

“Damian, the gay character, was in every draft,” Fey said. “Someone once asked me, 'How come everyone's sort of paired off at the end but we don't see what happens to Damian?' I said, 'Because it's a movie about girls.' We should've made another movie about Damian.”

In a Facebook post, Franzese said that he likes the idea.

“Tina Fey doesn't care if you don't like her gay characters, she wants a sequel with only Damian. (I like that idea too obvi lol),” he wrote.

Last year, Franzese wrote a letter to his character, saying that Damian had “ruined his life” and claimed that the role had pigeonholed him, leaving him unable to pursue “man's man” roles.