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Video: Ellen DeGeneres And Dennis Quaid Prank A Nurse
Ellen DeGeneres has always been a jokester, and on her show yesterday, she and Dennis Quaid unleashed some epic prankery on a nurse who was ostensibly there to help Quaid through an unidentified bout of illness.
Quaid waited in his dressing room while the nurse was called in, and DeGeneres told him what to do through an earpiece. We don't want to give it all away, but suffice it to say that Quaid pulls off the hallucinating and possibly completely delusional patient with aplomb.
After it was posted online, Ellen gave the prank (and Quaid) a shoutout on Twitter:
Dennis Quaid was put on this Earth to do hidden camera pranks for me. http://t.co/8uvAfZ9XOU— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) April 24, 2013
Here's what went down on the show:
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