February 2 was Groundhog Day, America's most popular holiday centered around a soothsaying rodent. The holiday is also notable for its role in the iconic comedy Groundhog Day, where Bill Murray's character finds himself reliving the same day (Groundhog Day) over and over again. What you might not know, however, is that the band Radiohead actually bears a distinct connection to a character from that movie: Ned Ryerson, the overeager insurance salesman Murray's character went to school with.
Writer, producer, and director Christopher Cantwell tweeted the whole story, and it's a strange one:
Between the two stars, things got pretty deep...
The Talking Heads wrote a song to accompany the mind-reading character in Byrne's film. What was the song called?
Twitter users were shocked:
But then, anything is possible on Groundhog's Day...
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