Ryan Reynolds accidentally breaks ‘Two Guys, a Girl and a Pizza Place’ plaque on Fox Studio grounds [Video]

Welcome to Wrexham opened Wednesday’s episode with Ryan Reynolds and Rob McElhenney strolling the grounds of the 20th Century Fox studio. They pass by Soundstage 20, where Reynolds filmed the late 90s sitcom Two guys, a girl and a pizzeria.

“It’s the first soundstage I’ve ever worked on,” Reynolds said. “There is a plaque here.”

The sound stage had what appeared to be a bronze plaque representing the various shows and movies that were filmed there. However, McElhenney pointed out that looks can be deceiving.

“Here’s the beauty of it,” McElhenney explained. “So you look at this, and you think, ‘Wow, this is, like, a nice piece, like, steel or bronze. It’s weathered. It’s plastic.’

Reynolds was shocked by the revelation. As he inspected the plate, he broke off a piece.

“Look at that fake s***,” Reynold exclaimed. “I mean, how much does it cost to put on a real [plaque]? I had never felt it before… I feel so much less special. Thank you for that ice bucket of humility.

Fortunately, Reynolds’ career has fared better than the plate for the past 20+ years. Between his billion dollars dead Pool franchise, marketing, alcohol and telecommunications companies, he found time to revive a Welsh football club.

Welcome to Wrexham airs Wednesdays at 10 p.m. on FX.

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