Nick Mundy is something of a beloved misfit for Comedy Central's "Screen Junkies." One person particularly enamored with the comedy figure: actor Dwayne (The Rock) Johnson.

After meeting Mundy in a press junket and doing several comedy bits with him, Johnson pulled off a stunt that he and Mundy won't be able to top: On a day where Mundy thought they were shooting a short skit together, he showed up and found The Rock dressed to the nines, ordained and ready to officiate Mundy's surprise wedding.

Apparently, Mundy's girlfriend had contacted Screen Junkies and The Rock to organize a massive production: The Rock led Mundy through a set of double-doors and into a room where his family stood waiting in a makeshift chapel, ready to watch he and his fiancee tie the knot.

The video is funny, touching and just downright impressive:

For Mundy, who grew up idolizing The Rock, the experience was a dream come true -- but also a complete whirlwind.

"My best man and writing partner threw my jacket on me, and the next thing I know, the Rock was walking me down the aisle and the music was starting and I signed the marriage license," Mundy told The Hollywood Reporter. "The whole thing was insane."

Mundy was not exactly dressed the part: he was wearing American flag pants and had wet hair for the ceremony. Before it began, he asked for a comb to clean himself up.

The Rock, for what it's worth, seemed to really enjoy the experience. He wore a massive smile as Mundy entered the room and took it in, and as he finished the ceremony he stopped to consider how incredible it was to preside over someone's official wedding.

Mundy's now-wife, Dilara Karabas, told THR that The Rock was very generous with his time and accommodating as she worked to put together the ceremony in secret. He was so charming, in fact, that Mundy's dad even invited him to Houston for some barbecue.

Karabas also said that The Rock was very genuine in wanting the experience to be everything they wanted -- even though he made the offer of officiating the wedding, he only did so after Karabas' blessing, as with all other aspects of the ceremony.

And that's the strange story of how two people became one.

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