Bill Murray crashes bachelor party, advises engaged couples to skip the wedding (Video)

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Bill Murray crashes a bachelor partyBill Murray has been a busy man as he’s recently been seen in Wes Anderson’s The Grand Budapest Hotel, The Monuments Men and is currently working on no less than four more movies, including St. Vincent, Rock the Kasbah and an untitled Cameron Crowe Project. In the midst of Murray’s flurry of films over the past few years the legendary comedy pro has also been known to pop up in the strangest of places; and there always seems to be camera nearby to document these surreal encounters.

The latest Murray drop-in was at a South Carolina steakhouse during a bachelor party, according to Deadspin. Apparently one of the revelers spotted Murray in the restaurant and convinced him to stop by and give a few words to the bachelor party. Murray was absolutely up for the task.

After a few seconds of small talk, Murray began. “This is what I recommend to you: If you have someone who you think is the one,” Murray said. “Just don’t think in your ordinary mind, ‘ok, let’s make a date; let’s plan this and make a party and get married.’ Take that person and travel around the world. Buy a plane ticket for the two of you to travel all around the world. And go to places that are hard to get to and hard to get out of. And, if, when you come back to JFK, when you land in JFK, you’re still in love with that person– get married at the airport.”

Some of Murray’s other absurd appearances include a Halloween party, a kickball game, a poetry reading and a Karaoke club. You can check out the full bachelor party video below!

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