Thank All That is Holy! Harry and Lloyd Are BACK With a New DUMB AND DUMBER TO Trailer

It’s been too long. Way, way too long. After 20 years and one horrific prequel that had zero to do with the original, Jim Carrey and Jeff Daniels have finally returned for Dumb and Dumber To. The first trailer debuted on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon last night, and offers up everything fans of the original have been longing for.

The trailer begins with Harry visiting Lloyd in a mental institution, where it seems he’s been incapacitated by the loss of Mary from the first film. Turns out, however, it was all a ruse to trick Harry. And with that, we’re off: few things are dumber than wasting 20 years of your life in a semi-vegetative state just to trick your best friend. It’s glorious. The rest of the trailer features Harry and Lloyd doing very Harry and Lloyd things, like riding around in the Shaggin’ Wagon, naming a cat after it’s butt and getting into a very sticky situation at a retirement home.

Dumb and Dumber To

As soul enriching as it is to have another Dumb and Dumber movie in the world, there’s a lot to be worried about. Jim Carrey hasn’t had a break out hit in years, and the Farrelly Brothers…well…just about everything since their last collaboration with Carrey, 2000’s Me, Myself & Irene, has been utterly forgettable, and none of them were big box office hits. It hurts to say it, but with the best days behind Dumb and Dumber To‘s key players, chances are the sequel will heavily rely on jokes from the original and not offer up anything new or dumb into the equation. Hopefully, Dumb and Dumber To will remind the world how awesome these two dumb people are.

We’ll all find out on November 14.

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Ryan Hill used to spend his time writing screenplays into a notebook instead of doing homework. That love of film and all things storytelling led him to spend most of his time writing. He's been a film critic in North Carolina for over five years, and his debut novel, THE BOOK OF BART, is out now. Please buy it. Ryan also feels odd about referring to himself in the third person.