Dana Carvey hosted Saturday Night Live this weekend, which included a surprise appearance by Mike Myers, allowing the duo to reprise their roles as Wayne and Garth. In the latest edition of their community access television show Wayne’s World, Wayne and Garth take a look at this year’s Academy Award nominees. Watch the clip embedded after the jump.
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Okay may-be not. But Mike Myers and Dana Carvey reunited as Wayne and Garth for the first time in probably 15 years. The duo appeared in a new Wayne’s World segment on the MTV Movie Awards last night. They counted down the top 10 porno names based on hit movies in 2008. Watch the clip below.
I know Wayne’s World 2 was pretty bad, but watching this makes me wonder why Mike Myers is making even crappier-looking movies (ie The Love Guru) instead of Wayne’s World 3. And besides, what is Dana Carvey doing these days? But that also brings up the question, do kids these days even know who Wayne and Garth are?