Adam Sandler dropped by “The Tonight Show” Monday to help Jimmy Fallon celebrate five years at 11:35 p.m. “My Jimmy Fallontine” got everybody in the anniversary spirit.
Below are some of the lyrical highlights from Sandler’s Frank Sinatra parody.
“I think it’s pretty cool/you’ve had the same haircut since middle school/and you imitate me with your ‘zabba-dabba-do'”
“When there’s drug tests at NBC/you give Questlove a sample of your pee/You’re like a younger version of me/except not a Jew”
“Be mine for goodness sake/Break up with Timberlake”
Watch Sandler do his thing via the video above.
We’re not sure it’s enough for Jimmy to kick Justin to the curb.
“The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon” debuted on Feb. 17, 2014. The “Saturday Night Live” alum (Fallon, not Sandler) followed Jay Leno both in hosting “Tonight” and in terms of time slots before the ultimate switcheroo.
This NBC late-night swap took, unlike the previous one when Leno “retired” and “gave” the spot to Conan O’Brien. We put both of those verbs in quotation marks because the move didn’t take, and Leno swiftly returned to “Tonight” for a few years. That sent Conan to TBS.
One of Fallon’s first breakout “SNL” impressions was doing Sandler, as the older comic pointed out last night in song form.