Chevy Chase and Randy Quaid reunited
In a nostalgic wave that swept through the Fan Expo Dallas, "Vacation" co-stars Chevy Chase and Randy Quaid reunited for what seemed like the first time in ages. The event, which took place over the weekend, brought back fond memories as the actors who played the unforgettable Clark Griswold and Cousin Eddie met face to face, laughing and reminiscing.
Fan Expo Dallas is a pop culture convention that draws celebrities from various classic films and television shows for meet-and-greets and photo ops. Among these stars, the "Vacation" cast reunion was a major highlight.
Also present at the event was Beverly D'Angelo, another beloved "Vacation" star, though it's yet to be confirmed if she joined Chase and Quaid for the reunion. Christie Brinkley, who famously starred as the girl in the red Ferrari in the original "National Lampoon's Vacation", also made an appearance. And yes, the one and only Danny Trejo, renowned for his roles in various action films, was there enjoying the atmosphere as well.
In the "Vacation" film series, Chase's Clark Griswold and Quaid's Cousin Eddie share a love-hate relationship with comedic tension that kept audiences laughing. Yet, their off-screen camaraderie couldn't have been warmer during this reunion. Despite being invited to similar events in recent years, the actors haven't had such a public reunion for a while.
Fans of the iconic comedy series were surely thrilled to see these comedy legends reunite, serving as a nostalgic throwback to the days of the Griswold family's hilariously disastrous vacations. The duo's reunion is a testament to the lasting impact of the "Vacation" series and its enduring appeal in pop culture.