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On Monday morning, actor-comedian Billy Crystal visited TODAY and revealed just how it all came about. Like this.' And he sat down opposite me — so now it looks like I'm on a date with him or Sebastian Cabot — he has an orgasm that King Kong would be jealous of." Reiner had it right in front of the stars and the extras on the set, which included the woman who uttered the now-famous "I'll have" response.
"It started in rehearsal, where Nora Ephron, who was so great, said to Rob (Reiner), 'You know, women fake orgasms,'" Crystal recalled. "So he finishes this huge thing, the extras applaud, and he pulls me aside and goes, 'I shouldn't have done that.'" Crystal remembered.
Finally, on yet another New Year’s Eve, Harry is alone wondering the streets and Sally feels isolated at a party.
They meet once more where Harry declares his love for Sally and they reconcile.
Even in scenes where it’s just Harry and Sally, you can’t escape the script by Ephron, which is so on point that it forces the viewer to reflect on every relationship that they have ever been in.
They find comfort in late night phone conversations with one another where they feel able to divulge their inner-most feelings about dating, love and sex.
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They resist, even resorting to setting one another up with their respective best friends Marie and Jess (Carrie Fisher and Bruno Kirby).
The ending of the film was tweaked once Reiner met his future wife on set, and the rest is, as they say, history. This initial meeting doesn’t go as prescribed in every other romantic comedy of the time; the pair hate one another.
Sally (played by Meg Ryan in a role that defined her as America’s sweetheart for the following decade) is about to begin a course at university to become a journalist.