Tons of ’80s stars turn adorable ‘Ferris Bueller’ cast reunion into a nostalgia trip of iconic John Hughes moments


In the last episode of Josh Gad In addition to Reunion A period of time, the master and a super fan together of the actor Ferris Bueller’s dayCan be said to be typical of’80s movies. Matthew Broderick, Alan Ruck, MIA Sara and Jennifer Grey joined the gender and development through a video call to talk about their memories, because there is no Lyman Ward and Cindy Pickett(who played Ferris’s parents)and Ben Stein, The Economist and occasional actor responsible for the”spring is not reading?… Spring is not reading?… Spring not reading?” (He can also still do improv monologue about the Hawley-Smoot Tariff, and it’s still super boring.)

Gender and development has also brought Jake Gyllenhaal, quiz in some serious blur of the Ferris trivia, High School Musical And Dirty Dancing Director Kenny Ortega to talk to take the perfection and joy of the traditional parade of the scene, the other orchestration.

However, this reunion wrapped up a star-studded memorial’s writer-Director John Hughes,who died in 2009, has a lot of familiar faces reenact their most iconic line. We get Molly Ringwald, Steve Martin, Michael Keaton, Catherine O’Hara Judd Nelson, and Anthony Michael Hall Roll up V.‘s Alisan Porter and a perfect Kirsty Swanson moments worth paying attention to the end. It commended the relentless quotability of Hughes’s works, but also on how many of the actors have some extra time on their hands now to do a quick help Josh Gad.

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