What? You don't remember the sitcom gem "High," starring late-night host Craig Ferguson, "Scrubs" star Zach Braff, and Oscar winner Gwyneth Paltrow? We don't, either, and with good reason: It was made 25 years ago, and it never got past the pilot stage.
But now that all three stars have notched quite a few successes on their resumés, video of the ill-fated series has been revealed, during Thursday night's "Late Late Show With Craig Ferguson."
Braff was Ferguson's guest, and the two said they hadn't seen each other in 25 years, since the CBS pilot was shot. They shared a picture of the cast -- showing a long-haired, blond Paltrow, a teenage Braff, and Ferguson -- four years before his rehab stint, he said.
In the video above, Craiggers and Braff laugh over a clip from the pilot in which Ferguson plays a teacher who, Braff jokes, may have been prematurely impressed by his student's Game Boy skills.
Yeah, that's right … Game Boy.
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