"I wanted to come out here and say it in front of the world: You're in town and you don't call me?!" Carrey chastises Daniels.
"I wanted to come out here and say it in front of the world: You're in town and you don't call me?!" Carrey began, after giving Daniels a big hug. "Not an email, nothing!"
The iconic duo had nothing but good things to say about each other.
"I love being around him," Carrey gushed, looking at Daniels. "I've been watching your press, and I watch everything he does. The most versatile actor working today. Unbelievable, the things he does, and I especially enjoy watching you do interviews because I know you love 'em and especially the parts where you talk about how working with me changed the course of your life."
When Conan asked the "Dumb and Dumber" co-stars how they found their chemistry on the set of the classic comedy, Carrey joked, "When I saw him, there was a tingling in my groin and that's the sign. That's when I know I'm with the right person."
"We knew 14-year-old boys would love it," Daniels said about the iconic film. "But I wasn't prepared for the guys in their, you know, 70s with the tuxedo and the martini and the portfolio coming up and going, 'You know D&D might be the best movie I know of.'"
Although "Dumb and Dumber To" wasn't as well received as the first, the pair doesn't seem to mind. "F-ck them. We don't care about that," Daniels explained.
Daniels' "The Looming Tower" airs Wednesdays on Hulu and Carrey's new show "Kidding" premieres in 2018 on Showtime.