Everyone's favorite goofballs are coming back November 14th after twenty years of heartwrenching silence. But Lloyd and Harry aren't the first pair to do this.
A COMPREHENSIVE HISTORY OF GOOFBALLS
1. Laurel and Hardy
Ok listen, these guys appeared in 107 films together. ONE HUNDRED AND SEVEN.
To top it all off when Hardy passed away Laurel refused to do comedy ever again. That's a real bromance ladies and gentlemen.
2. Abbott and Costello
They made 36 films. It's not 107 but damn.
3. Lucille Ball and Vivian Vance
Making a way for women in comedy and teaching us that it doesn't have to be all about the bromances (womance, yea?) is this duo.
4. Jack Lemmon and Walter Matthau
These lovable old geezers started with The Odd Couple in 1968 and prevailed through the 90s with the Grumpy Old Men movies. They ended their run after 30 years with The Odd Couple II in 1998.
Talk about longevity. I can't even wait for my Brita filter to finish.
Will we get to see Lloyd and Harry all the way to the end?
5. Gene Wilder and Richard Pryor
Are you sick of old references already? Don't care. These guys have serious comedic chops and put out 4 films together over the course of 15 years.
6. Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels
Duh. They never learn - ever - and we love it.
7. David Spade and Chris Farley.
Please don't make me talk about this one. Ugh, the feels....
8. Vince Vaughn and Owen Wilson
I will stage 5 cling to Wedding Crashers to the end.
9. Tina Fey and Amy Poehler
My favorite "womance." No. Everyone's favorite. Go ahead and write them in for 2016.
10. Seth Rogen and James Franco
The freshmen here and a true bromance that began when they were just babies in Freaks and Geeks.
Dumb and Dumber To hits theaters Friday and we can't wait.