UPDATE 2:15pm, April 15, 2015

Well, it was a hoax, but the original was still funny.

Instead of being from Jimmy Kimmel or one of the other late-night comics, the hoax was perpetrated by FunnyOrDie.com.

Here's the full "behind the scenes" video to the meltdown.

Language is still Not Safe For Work

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Recently, actor, Texan and native Houstonian, Dennis Quaid apparently had a bad day on the set.

In a video uploaded to YouTube on April 10th, Quaid goes off on a director and his crew for an unprofessional set.

Quaid's meltdown is one for the ages, and one that in my opinion will be remembered for years. His movie credits over the decades include, "The Rookie", "The Alamo", "Frequency", "Any Given Sunday" and "The Right Stuff"

Make sure you're listening with headphones if you're at work, because the language is definitely not safe for work, or young kids.