"Wayne's World" costars Mike Myers and Dana Carvey have moved past their long-running feud and are back on good terms.
While appearing on The Howard Stern Show this week, Dana said the men's sometimes fraught relationship has "come full circle."
"We've become very, very close friends. We just have too much history, we have an unbelievable amount of stuff in common … then we had so much shared history together riding the rocket of Wayne's World," he said.
In the past, Dana said he was upset at Mike's Dr. Evil character from "Austin Powers," which was based on Dana's impression of "SNL" creator Lorne Michaels. That's all water under the bridge, as Dana chalked up their reconciliation to maturity.
"The only good thing about getting old is you just sort of, you get a little more wisdom, you get a little more perspective and you practice forgiveness for others and for yourself," he told Howard.
One of the catalysts for their friendship was a Super Bowl commercial they did last year. The former "SNL" stars became closer after spending time together again.
"It's very nice to have such a long friendship with someone," he continued. "I just feel like I came to know him in a much better way as we've been really, really talking a lot in these last couple years and put him in context, understand him and just really appreciate him."
Interestingly, the men were never supposed to be forever linked.
"Mike and I became a comedy team by accident, we were in a sketch, it became a movie, 'What does Garth do? What does Wayne do?', so there was conflict over how that was going to come together but we were just riding that rocket," he added. "It wasn't personal."