Saturday Night Live’s Bill Hader: How I Ruined Titanic for Sorority Girls

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Bill Hader was never in the running for Employee of the Month.

Long before he became one of the standout stars on Saturday Night Live, the 33-year-old comic made money working at a movie theater — until he was abruptly fired, that is.

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Why did Hader get a pink slip? "A sorority group rented out the movie theater. They were rude to me so I told them the end of Titanic," he told Us Weekly at The Adventures of Tintin premiere in NYC December 11.

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"I said, 'The boat sinks, Leo dies, the old lady — that's Kate Winslet — she has a jewel and she throws in the water at the end, so that's where that goes!'"

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It wasn't until later that Hader realized the ramifications of his retaliation. "In my head it was worth it, but then I got home and I was like, 'Oh sh-t!"

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