The 27-year-old Quaid said he watched alone as Ryan’s Sally erupted into a fake climax while Billy Crystal’s embarrassed Harry looked on at Katz’s deli.
“I finished it and I immediately started crying because of how proud I was of her,” Quaid said of seeing the movie.
Quaid added that he called his mother quickly thereafter to apologize for not seeing the film sooner. Ryan’s reaction, which you can hear about in the interview above, may surprise you.
And if you’re not familiar with Ryan’s hilarious contribution to film history, here’s the scene: