In case you’re a ‘90s child like me, you’ll little doubt even have a deep, abiding love for the 1998 traditional The Guardian Entice. Arguably one among Lindsay Lohan’s greatest film roles, and well-known for having one of the vital iconic antagonists of all time, this movie is a uncommon instance of a remake being higher than the unique. Actor Dennis Quaid, who starred as Nick Parker, the daddy to twins Hallie and Annie (each performed by Lohan), has now revived the urge to rewatch the film with a hilariously on-point TikTok, which poked enjoyable on the film’s plot.
Actor and TV host Mario Lopez posted a clip of Quaid visiting a set. With Taylor Swift’s “Anti-Hero” set because the background music, the TikTok begins with Lopez mouthing the query “Why can’t your twins Annie and Hallie be collectively?” The digicam then pans to Quaid lip syncing to the track’s line “It’s me, hello! I’m the issue, it’s me,” referencing how Nick made the choice to separate his twins after splitting from Elizabeth James.
Even the TikTok’s caption “Sorry, Squirt!” was a call-out to Nick’s nickname for his daughter, hanging a nostalgic chord with The Guardian Entice followers.
“Nah as a result of watching that film as an grownup I’m like……. WHY DID THEY DO THAT,” one viewer commented. Another person tagged Elaine Hendrix, who performed Nick Parker’s girlfriend Meredith Blake, of their remark saying, “he lastly received the image, @elaine4animals! (and it solely took him 25 years).”
Many additionally observed the color of Quaid’s tongue, which might be seen stained blue within the clip, with individuals jokingly commenting that he had been having fun with a blue Jolly Rancher. Lopez additionally gamely replied to a fan’s remark saying, “He’s a Smurf!”
Watch the hilarious TikTok beneath: