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If you find yourself missing Phoebe Waller-Bridge‘s Fleabag, it’s not over-over. PWB (yep, we’re that close that we use an acronym for her) has authored a book, entitled Fleabag: The Scriptures.

You can look for the complete filming scripts of the first and second seasons, annotated with never-before-seen stage directions and exclusive commentary on her creative process and the making of the series, according to Amazon.  The book will be available on November 26.

And what better way to support the launch of the book than to re-create the guinea pig-themed cafe where Fleabag worked in the series. Viewers and readers can swing by the British-based bookstore Waterstones’ Piccadilly location for a bit of nostalgia:

The cafe doesn’t actually sell food and drink, but there are plenty of fun items to peruse. If you’d like to get a closer look, the Londonist has some fun snaps including a guinea pig-shaped chalk board that reads, “Chatty Wednesday!” The pop-up shop will be setup through November 17.

If you’re now in the mood for a Fleabag mini-tour, the Londonist also has the deets on the restaurant where Fleabag season two, episode one was filmed (and where we met #HotPriest for the first time). In this case, you can get food and drink.

PWB threw out an idea for season three, taking place 15 years down the road, which Andrew Scott, aka #HotPriest, responded to, saying, “Oh, I’ll probably be dead. But if I’m still alive, yeah. Listen, I’ll be there, whatever she wants me to do.”

That’s all very up in the air, so we’ll settle on the book for now.

And, of course, if you want more of Waller-Bridge, you can go back and re-watch Killing Eve season one, which she wrote, executive-produced and acted as showrunner.

Are you going to be in London this week!? If so, please report back! 

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By Brigid Brown