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Adam Sandler kicked off his return to Saturday Night Live after 24 years with a song about getting fired

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  • Adam Sandler kicked off his first appearance on "Saturday Night Live" 24 years after he left the show by joking about his unceremonious exit between seasons in 1995.
  • Sandler was joined by Chris Rock to lament their firing the same year, and Pete Davidson, who he reminded is still a cast member but "it's coming soon."
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Adam Sandler took the "Saturday Night Live" stage 24 years after he left the show as a cast member, to revive some of his goofiest characters and joke about his departure from the show.

Sandler, who started at the show when he was 23 and left six years later in 1995, kicked off his monologue with talking about his long-awaited return to the show that marked the beginning of his massive career and put him on a cast with other star comedians including David Spade, Rob Schneider, and Norm Macdonald. See the rest of the story at Business Insider

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