"I go, 'Guys, don't freak out, but Gardens and Galaxy,'" he told Kimmel. "My daughters are like, 'Oh, my God!' The 9-year-old, who was 8 at the time, was like, 'I know his son.' And I go, 'Really?' She's like, 'Yes, I know his son. Can I go over there and say hi?' I'm like, 'He's eating, just leave him alone, please.'"
"So we eat. Finish. Pay. She goes 'Dad', we're walking out, 'Can I please go over and say hi. Please!' So I feel terrible," Hader says. "So I walk over, I go, 'Hey, Chris. Sorry, but my daughter knows your son.'"
"And my daughter goes, 'I don't know his son! You wanted to meet Chris Pratt!'"
"I wanted to strangle her," he joked, "but I was also never more proud of my kid in my life. I go, 'Why did you do that?' And she was like, 'I don't know.' And I was like, 'You're gonna make me so much money.'"
Hader shares Hannah, 12, Harper, 9, and Hayley, 7, with former wife Maggie Carey.