On Sunday, the “Deadpool” actor recalled his time on the PBS children’s program after a parent tweeted about watching him “doing an A-Team gag” on the show. The parent included a screenshot of Reynolds’ big, blue letter “A” costume, which had a cutout for the actor’s face.
Reynolds responded with just the right amount of cheekiness.
“I remember how challenging it was to sing because the A-hole was so tight,” he replied on Twitter. “But I pushed through because kids all over the country were counting on me.”
I remember how challenging it was to sing because the A-hole was so tight. But I pushed through because kids all over the country were counting on me. https://t.co/EiXEUjomxE
— Ryan Reynolds (@VancityReynolds) January 25, 2021
Zach Braff tweeted back at Reynolds, writing, “You had me at A-hole was so tight.”
CNN’s Jake Tapper simply responded with, “Ryan.”
You had me at A-hole was so tight.
— Zach Braff (@zachbraff) January 25, 2021
Other Twitter users also loved Reynolds’ response and had some jokes of their own:
The A hole looks empty to me... was it so tight because you put it in the wrong hole? pic.twitter.com/UAti5sa83E
— 𝓜𝓮𝓪𝓻 𝓜𝔂𝓮𝓻 (@MealMiles) January 25, 2021
It was at that moment that @VancityReynolds knew what it was to be born again.
— THE Antonio Rubin (@AntonioTRubin) January 25, 2021
been bursting into spontaneous giggles thinking about how @vancityReynolds probably went up to every cast & crew on that set asking, “am I the A-hole?”
— Jen (@onetardigrade) January 25, 2021
For the children! 😂😂
Though the real winners are the rest of us! 🙌🏼👏🏼🙌🏼😆
— SK (@ny_gal10) January 25, 2021
I'll take "Things you can't say on Sesame Street" for $1000.
— Robin Burcell (@RobinBurcell) January 25, 2021