One Last Thing with Rachael Harris: Why the Laurie Metcalf Superfan Jokes She Made the “Conners ”Star 'Uncomfortable'

"I went up to her at a party," the comedian recalls, and "I remember her eyes glazing over"

<p>Jsquared Photography</p> Rachael Harris 2024 portrait

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Rachael Harris 2024 portrait

Rachael Harris just couldn't help herself.

Talking with PEOPLE for its One Last Thing, the actress-comedian, 56, recalled the last time she was starstruck.

"I’m a huge fan of Laurie Metcalf," the Lucifer star says in this week's issue of the Conners star, 68. "I went up to her at a party, and I’m already so capable of over-talking, I remember her eyes glazing over. And then I made it worse by saying, 'I’m holding you hostage.' She was clearly uncomfortable."

Harris, who is currently starring in the new Netflix movies Mother of the Bride and Unfrosted, shared more of her "lasts" with PEOPLE.

Last time I felt nostalgic
I’m working with Noah Wyle, and he gave me a Werther’s. That always takes me back to Dayton, my grandparents’ candy dish. And them having a highball every night in their recliners.

Last fashion disaster
I was trying to pull off a Carrie Bradshaw look. It was a black tuxedo, plunging neck and a pink-mauve tutu-like skirt with black leather boots. And I was like, “I am killing it!”

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Last time I danced
I always get ready to music and was just listening to Kelly Clarkson’s Chemistry. It’s more like lip-sync dancing in the mirror.

Last moment of pride
My 7-year-old son Henry completed his first year of violin lessons, and we got to see him do his recital. He’s on the spectrum and has ADHD, and a year before he never could’ve sat through it. His little brother [Otto] was there and so excited for him. That was a really good day.

Mother of the Bride and Unfrosted are now streaming on Netflix.

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