Adam Sandler appeared on "Saturday Night Live" over the weekend. Among other things including a returning stint as Opera Man, he performed a musical salute to Chris Farley, whom he worked with on a TON of SNL sketches in the 1990s. Farley passed away back in 1997 but his comedy legacy remains huge, especially around here since he grew up in Madison and went to Marquette University.
Sandler also talked about his departure from the show back in 1995 - and that he was fired. Actually, he sang about that, too. Here's that part of his monologue: