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People Are Sharing Some Amazing 'Most Accurate Celebrity Sightings' Stories

I can honestly say I've never had a celebrity sighting, at least as far as I'm aware of. Maybe I just wouldn't know a celeb if I saw one in public. Mind you, if I was a celeb, I'm not sure I'd want to be recognized in public much anyway, so maybe it's all for the best.

I mean, they say you should never meet your heroes because they'll always let you down. But for these folks who rubbed elbows with some glitterati, it wasn't a letdown at all.

"What's the most accurate celebrity sighting you've ever had?"

That was the question posed — and since deleted — to the Twitterverse by Jaya Saxena, who goes by @jayasax, before sharing a couple of examples from her own life: "Mine's a tie between Sam Rockwell with an armful of DVDs in Mondo Kim's and Richard Kind looking haggard on the M15."

Friends, the answers were glorious, and just what you'd hope for.

Is the guy who plays Captain America anything like Cap?

Well, according to @GraceFacesPlace, that's a big roger after witnessing a random act of politeness.

I can't even picture Christopher Plummer having a less-than-proper pooch.

Just a pair of perfectly polite gentlemen out for an afternoon stroll, I'm sure.

I always hoped that if Tracy Morgan was half as off-the-wall as Tracy Jordan, at least he'd be benevolently crazy.

And, frankly, I don't think you can ask for more harmless fun than singing The Police behind the wheel of a Maserati.

There have to be few folks other than the Talking Heads' David Byrne who would do this.

I mean, two aspirin and more volume on an African drumming documentary? You keep doing you, David.

Honestly, this is even better than I expected from a Sith.

But hey, Star Wars is all about the kids, so love it that he would make sure not to dispel the magic for the little guy and even include him a bit.

Sure, he's a big-time blockbuster action star, but Keanu is also a chill dude.

The guy is going to enjoy life, right?

One celeb who never seemed to disappoint was Robin Williams.

What would you give for him to have grabbed the whipped cream and re-created Mrs. Doubtfire for the boy?

I mean, it kind of brings a tear to your eye now.

But it sounds like Robin was a genuinely good guy.

Tom Hanks apparently has real dad problems.

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And if you can't picture Woody from Toy Story also needing fewer Power Rangers in his life, well, I don't know.

What could be better than meeting a good chunk of Parliament Funkadelic while working the breakfast shift at Cracker Barrel?

How about if George Clinton actually remembers the encounter?