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To celebrate their long-running friendship, and the recently-wrapped film .

I may have built the rickety spacecraft but Jay was the rocket fuel that took us from the Jersey ‘burbs to planet Hollywood." As the post continued, Smith told the story of when he first met Mewes back in 1989.

"His sense of humor, his childlike mannerisms, his made-up language - none of it was familiar or borrowed from a movie or TV show. But in getting to know Jay (or rather inheriting Jay from [Bryan Johnson] and Walt), I realized how he had this million dollar heart.

A nickel head sometimes, but always a million dollar heart. Jay never saw a bad movie or read a bad comic book: they were all great, as far as he was concerned.

Back in ‘89/‘90, I’d always say to Jay 'Someone should put you in a movie.' One day I took my own advice, and then kept taking my own advice for the next quarter century.

Jay was like the final Infinity Stone in my gauntlet - and ever since I’ve known him, my life and career have been a snap. Snappy Birthday (which, by the way, is what you say to someone in the Marvel Universe who was returned after Professor Hulk snapped them back)!

Tulalip Resort Casino - Tulalip This show was TERRIBLE!

It wasn't even funny, just awkward and stupid!

When we met in 1989, he was the most original person I’d ever known.

I understand they are characters from a movie, but the jokes were crude and not even funny!

I would not recommend spending money on a ticket for this show.

Back in ‘89/‘90, I’d always say to Jay “Someone should put you in a movie.” One day I took my own advice, and then kept taking my own advice for the next quarter century.

Jay was like the final Infinity Stone in my gauntlet - and ever since I’ve known him, my life and career have been a snap. Snappy Birthday (which, by the way, is what you say to someone in the @marvel Universe who was returned after Professor Hulk snapped them back)!

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Jay & Silent Bob on Tour Since first appearing as Jay and Silent Bob in the indie comedy hit Clerks in 1994, Jason Mewes and Kevin Smith have commanded the loyalty of countless fellow slackers and misfits thanks to their outrageously foul-mouthed humor and inimitable chemistry.