Ferris Bueller’s Day Off | Reunited Apart with Josh Gad

Ferris Bueller’s Day Off | Reunited Apart with Josh Gad

Bueller? Bueller? Josh gathers the cast of Ferris Bueller–as well as some VERY special surprise guests–to pay tribute to one of the most iconic films of the 80’s and the man who created it. Be here at 9am PT/12pm ET on June 28th, because you know, life moves pretty fast…. and you are not going to want to miss this!

Directed by James Merryman
Produced by Meghan Monaco
Executive Produced by Taylor Stuewe
Edited by Will Newell & Alex Stuewe

Matthew Broderick
Alan Ruck
Mia Sara
Jennifer Grey
….and many more!

Thank you to our episode partner Barefoot Wine. Barefoot believes in bringing communities together, so they are sponsoring this episode of Reunited Apart and will be kicking off our fundraising efforts this week with a $25,000 donation. And thank you to all of you who are able to add on to this donation this week as well. For this episode, we’re fundraising for CORE. CORE provides financial relief when a food and beverage employee with children faces a health crisis, death or natural disaster. As the world faces the biggest pandemic in our lifetime, they continue to honor their mission by providing support to families affected by COVID-19.

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42 Responses

  1. Skoty Rea says:

    “Life moves pretty fast, If you don’t delete your computer before the FEDs show up, you could miss it.” – Ed Rooney

  2. Mark Szewczyk says:

    “What’s the score?”
    “Nothin’, Nothin'”
    “Who’s winning?”
    “….The Bears”

  3. Ross Findlay says:

    Where’s Abe Froman the sausage king of Chicago??

  4. Tal Moore says:

    Now I’m jonesing for a Breakfast Club reunion.

  5. Andrea Deamon says:

    The coughing keyboards is what makes me laugh so hard i can’t breathe.

  6. pizzi says:

    Did not expect that to be so emotional but that tribute to John Hughes was like a flashback into my childhood

  7. Joshua Critchfield says:

    (Singing) When Cameron was in Egypt land, let my Cameron gooo.

  8. Joseph Bruce says:

    Dude, you need to drop the John Hughes tribute as it’s own separate entity so I can watch it over and over again!!

  9. Illustraful says:

    When Reunited Apart returns, I hope they do Sixteen Candles.

    • Kimberly Iverson says:

      Omg SAME. I reckon it would be terribly difficult to get Michael Schoeffling to participate, but what a dream that would be!

    • JC Demp75 says:

      I hope it does, this was magical

    • William Shaw says:

      They’ll have to spend the whole episode apologizing for Long Duk Dong and telling everyone that racial stereotypes are NEVER funny and how Things Were Different Back Then. Never mind that Dong is meant to be a subversion of the shy, repressed Asian/foreign exchange student stereotype, and the big joke of his character is that as uncool as he is, he ends up having an exponentially better time than Sam does.

  10. nynone4 says:

    Favorite Reunited
    Apart ever. The John Hughes tribute at the end with all the cameos was masterfully done. And the Ben Stein / Kristy Swanson bit was perfect. Thankyou!

  11. Mark Bartoszek says:

    I never heard of John Hughes being called the Steven Spielberg of teen movies, but that’s actually very accurate.

  12. Maximum Overload says:

    A shame “The lost boys” wasn’t done. A real shame considering Joel Schumacher (the director) just passed away.

  13. Lucy Lincoln says:

    Does Josh Gad realize how effing happy he made 71000+ gen Xers today?
    Oh. My. God.
    “Batter batter batter batter batter schaawiiing!”

  14. Haidi Cheng says:

    “Nobody puts Baby in the corner”, yes Jennifer Grey 🥰

  15. Luis Hernandez says:

    I’m loving this 80s nostalgia. It’s interesting that they agreed to get together since Matthew & Jennifer dated & Cindy & Lyman were married in real life but ended up getting divorced.

  16. TronandFlynn82 says:

    “Who is it?
    Oh, I’m sorry, I can’t come to the door right now. I’m afraid that in my weakened condition I can take a nasty spill down the stairs and subject myself to further school absences.
    You can reach my parents at their places of business. Thank you for stopping by. I appreciate your concern for my well being.
    Have a nice day!”

  17. No No says:

    I’m not crying you’re crying, what I would give for a giant reunited apart reunion of every John Hughes movie ever made, he was simply magic

  18. Sean Patrick Kelly says:


  19. Robert Smith says:

    Jennifer’s character may have seemed evil, But in the end she was the hero.

  20. J̅o̅h̅n̅n̅y̅ F̅a̅v̅o̅r̅i̅t̅e̅ says:

    “I heard that you were feeling ill. Headache, fever, and a chill. I came to help restore your pluck, cause I’m the nurse who likes to…”

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