Dennis Quaid Viral Video Revealed To Be A Prank

By Acsilyn Miyazaki | 2 years ago
Dennis Quaid Viral Video Revealed To Be A Prank

The Dennis Quaid viral video which showed the actor ranting was revealed to be actually a prank.

Four days after the “Dennis Quaid Freak Out” clip was posted on YouTube, it has already gained more than 2 million views. However, a day after the actor was caught freaking out on camera, the viral video has now been declared a Funny or Die clip. This was according to a tweet from the official Twitter account of the website @funnyordie.


The tweet said, “After days of speculation, the truth about Dennis Quaid’s on-set meltdown is finally revealed.” This shed some light to fans who were surprised, if not in doubt, about Dennis Quaid’s choice of words, said E! Online.

In the clip, we heard Quaid saying, “I am acting here, and this dickhead wanders on to my set. I can’t even get a line out until Dopey the Dick starts whispering in your ear. You’re not even watching anymore.”

After the full length of the video is revealed, there was indeed a man dressed in a penis costume going around the set which caused Dennis Quaid to freak out, as we were made to believe he really was. That instance was also the reason behind Quaid’s “Dopey the Dick” spill.

Viewers first thought the viral video was a prank from Jimmy Kimmel. However, the comedian said last night that he doesn’t have any connection with the video. Kimmel said, “I watched that video last night about 14 times, although my favorite part was this: ‘I can’t even get a line out with Dopey the Dick whispering in my ear.’ For the next eight years, I’m planning to call everyone Dopey the Dick. I might have a T-shirt printed up…I watched this a bunch of times last night, and when I woke up this morning, I was being blamed for it. There are two-dozen articles online, thousands of comments, suggesting that this is a prank video and I am responsible for it.”

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