Adam Sandler returned with a song in 'SNL' how he was fired

Adam Sandler returned with a song in 'SNL' how he was fired
Adam Sandler returned to the "Saturday Night Live" parody of his departure from the show two decades ago.

For the first time being an "SNL" host when he was a member of a leading cast, the Comedian opened his monologue by saying that he told his family about the show - from 1990 to 1995 - "The best time of his life. " "
He told the audience that his daughter was asking why he was going.
"I was fired. I was fired," Sandler sang. "It is very sad to say ... I tried to call (SNL" producer "Lorne Michaels), but they never called me back."
The next poem of the song continued: "I think they hate Jews, I was fired, not restored. It made me sad and blue."
Then came the cameo of Chris Rock, a former student of the partner "SNL", who was in the show from 1990 to 1993.
Sandler asked Rock why he left the show.
"I was fired, I was fired. I was fired by NBC," rock sang. "Then I continued 'In Living Color', three weeks later they released it from TV."
"Living Color" is an African-American variety of shows broadcasted on Fox between 1990 and 1994.
Current members of "SNL" Pete Davidson appear then and try to start singing. Sandler stopped him, indicating that Davidson was not removed.
"Be patient because it's coming soon," Sandler told Davidson.
Sandler lied to the rest of the songs.
"My heart was broken into pieces because 'SNL' is my home, now where can I make my funny voice? I have never felt like this," Sandler dived into the voice of his character. "NBC said that I was, so I earned more than $ 4 billion at the box office, so I think you can say that I won."
'SNL' pays tribute to the character of Sandler
Kirsten Wig, Jimmy Fallen and Sean Mendes all performed in a play, in which tribute to many "SNL" characters and sandalar films was paid.
In the drama, Sandler was in the family reunion of the Sandler family, where family members accused him of making many figures of his character. The characters include the removal of Bobby Boucher from "The Waterboy", Nikki told his movie "Little Nicky" and the immature Billy of "Billy Madison".
Sandler canceled the "Man opera" character during the "Weekend Update" section.
Sandler performed solo on stage, paying homage to his deceased friend and other "SNL" alumni Kris Farley, who died in 1997.

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