Nearly 25 years after "When Harry Met Sally" premiered, its stars, Billy Crystal and Meg Ryan, reunited publicly.
At an event honoring the film's director, Rob Reiner, the former co-stars appeared on stage.
The two took the stage and joked about what their characters, who wed at the end of the film, would be doing now, according to a report in the Hollywood Reporter.
Crystal, 66, joked that Harry would still be a political consultant, possibly working for New York City Mayor Bill de Blasio on his campaign to get rid of horse-drawn carriages. "I just stepped in the biggest pile of horses***. Can you do something about this?" the actor joked of Harry’s saying.
Crystal also opened up to the newspaper about his close friendship with Reiner, calling the romantic comedy "so personal to us."
"Many of the things that Harry and Sally did in the movie, Rob and I did as friends, which we just talked about and Nora [Ephron] was able to work into the script," he said. "That bonding was very much Rob and I."