It was a “Felicity” reunion over on “Jimmy Kimmel Live!” Tuesday night, but don’t expect an actual one any time soon.
“I really don’t think so,” Speedman said, although not because he doesn’t want to. “I would do it. Some people are on really high-class shows,” he joked, referring to Russell’s current stint on “The Americans.”
“I’ll be on Lifetime in no time,” he said.
The two are still great friends, they said. Speedman and Russell were both in town to celebrate Russell’s Hollywood Walk of Fame star.
In a second clip, which you can see below, Speedman — who at one point dated Russell –talked about how he was a “disaster of a boyfriend,” specifically around the time of the infamous hair cut. He said that when he saw the do for the first time, which he said was was a “Chia head” situation, he didn’t respond well.
“I got to work and she turned the corner and my face froze in a half panic, half smile situation.”
When asked to expand on what made Speedman a “disaster,” Russell said that “a young 20s boyfriend is called a disaster of a boyfriend.” Speedman agreed.
“If there was like Instagram back then, I don’t know if I would’ve survived,” he said. “I’d be in a shack in Portland by now. I would’ve pulled an accidental Anthony Weiner.