In a remake of the classic ending scene from the 1980s cult classic "Ferris Bueller's Day Off," actor Joe Keery says goodbye to his Mia Sara lookalike girlfriend after the Domino's Tracker on his smart watch notifies him that the Domino's pizza he ordered is out for delivery. As "March of the Swivelheads" by English Beat plays, he takes off in a run, trying to get home before the delivery. Almost shot for shot, he follows the route Matthew Broderick took in the iconic scene, jumping over hedges, saying a quick hello to sunbathing beauties and jumping on the trampoline with his young neighbor. He even runs alongside an Audi driven by actor Alan Ruck, who played Cameron in the original film. His quick trip pays off as Keery lands on his front porch just as the Domino's delivery driver asks if the pizza in his hands is what he's looking for. In a final nod to the film, the driver sings the memorable "Chick, Chicka, Chicka" from "Oh Yeah" by Yello as he walks off.