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Things You Can't Say About Jamie Lee Curtis #645: That she doesn't have a sense of humor.


The actress, who loves playing video games, posted a collection of four images that hilariously recreated photos taken of her back in 2010 that showed her in the middle of a heated disagreement with a friend.

Here she can be seen mock-arguing with "Game Grumps" host Arin Hanson.

We see what you did there, Jamie.

Well done.

The actress also posted a video of herself playing Super Mario Party on the GameGrumps YouTube channel.

She definitely knows how to have her fun... and you can enjoy hearing all of her sass over the course of an hour.

Playing Super Mario Party w/ JAMIE LEE CURTIS! www.youtube.com

Her fans ate it up, of course.






Curtis is best known as a horror film icon for her role as Laurie Strode in the Halloween franchise (a role that she reprised in David Gordon Green's soft reboot last year), but she's as chill as she comes.

Suffice it to say the only screams you'll be hearing from Curtis would be if you bested her in a video game, and we suspect she can really dish it out.

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