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Underemployed Saturday Night Live Stars Get Some Movie WorkPrevious Examples: Rob Schneider (Everything); Maya Rudolph (50 First Dates); David Spade (Grown-Ups)Represented in That’s My Boy By: Andy Samberg most obviously, who we actually buy as Adam Sandler’s son. Other SNL castoffs like Will Forte, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer also pop up in supporting roles.
Read more: That’s My Boy: How to Make an Adam Sandler Comedy

Underemployed Saturday Night Live Stars Get Some Movie Work
Previous Examples: Rob Schneider (Everything); Maya Rudolph (50 First Dates); David Spade (Grown-Ups)
Represented in That’s My Boy By: Andy Samberg most obviously, who we actually buy as Adam Sandler’s son. Other SNL castoffs like Will Forte, Rachel Dratch and Ana Gasteyer also pop up in supporting roles.

Read more: That’s My Boy: How to Make an Adam Sandler Comedy

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Adam Sandler Plays an Overgrown AdolescentPrevious Examples: Billy Madison (Billy Madison); Sonny Koufax (Big Daddy); Jill (Jack and Jill)Represented in That’s My Boy By: Donny Berger, who as a teenager knocked up his teacher and unexpectedly became a father despite the fact that his idea of a healthy breakfast is cake and lollipops. Years later, he’s still the same juvenile goof-off he always was (just with the vocal fry of a 40-year-old dude), while his son Todd (Andy Samberg) grew up to be the mature one.
Read more: That’s My Boy: How to Make an Adam Sandler Comedy

Adam Sandler Plays an Overgrown Adolescent
Previous Examples: Billy Madison (Billy Madison); Sonny Koufax (Big Daddy); Jill (Jack and Jill)
Represented in That’s My Boy By: Donny Berger, who as a teenager knocked up his teacher and unexpectedly became a father despite the fact that his idea of a healthy breakfast is cake and lollipops. Years later, he’s still the same juvenile goof-off he always was (just with the vocal fry of a 40-year-old dude), while his son Todd (Andy Samberg) grew up to be the mature one.

Read more: That’s My Boy: How to Make an Adam Sandler Comedy