Adam Sandler jokes about 'SNL' firing, brings back Chris Rock

He sang about his firing from the variety show

"That's why I'm singing about my boy, Chris Farley". "We kind of quit at the same time as being fired".

Sandler's song was then interrupted as Chris Rock, who came to lament his own experience being canned from the program two years prior as he pitched in with his own verse, singing, "I got fired, I was sacked, I was fired by NBC/ Then I went on In Living Color, three weeks later they took it off TV". The fact that me and him got fired?

Considering his touchy departure, it's not shocking that the Billy Madison actor hasn't been a regular guest on the Studio 8 stage.

The 52-year-old Sandler has never been shy about saying how much he loved and misses Farley.

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Farley is widely-considered one of the funniest guys to ever grace the entertainment industry, and Sandler's touching tribute on "SNL" last night was incredible as he took a long walk down memory lane.

The episode catered to Adam Sandler's wheelhouse, featuring wacky characters (he, of course, revived Opera Man-a man who reports the news in an operatic voice) and sketches with a more absurdist vibe. Davidson said, with Sandler responding, "I don't know but be patient, because it's coming soon". Sandler closed the night by performing a poignant tribute to his friend and former fellow SNL cast member, the late Chris Farley. "So they ask, 'If it was the greatest, why did you leave?'" Sandler said, during his monologue, before answering the question with a song during his hosting debut on Saturday.

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