EXCLUSIVE: Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin Laugh It Up in Hilarious 'Grace & Frankie' Bloopers
By Zach Seemayer
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While the Netflix original series Grace and Frankie's dramatic comedy is pitch perfect, things are a lot goofier on set.
ET has an exclusive look at the Grace and Frankie gag reel from the Season 1 DVD box set, and watching storied Hollywood royalty like Lily Tomlin and Sam Waterston crack up over flubbed lines is a special kind of wonderful.
Most of the greatest moments come from the showbiz legends butting heads and pretending to act like divas, but the best blooper reels humanize stars by showing their imperfections, which is why watching two-time Oscar winner Jane Fonda forget her lines (while wearing electric-blue streaks in her hair) is simply amazing.