The Wilt Chamberlain jokes are obviously the most Sandler-esque by modern standards — the comedian has never made a secret of his love of basketball, but it would still take him about another 30 years before he found out that he could make critically acclaimed movies about how much he really, seriously loves basketball.
The bizarre riff on the Snickers commercial lasts about a minute longer than it feels like it should, a bad habit Sandler would come to correct — his most recent movie, Murder Mystery 2checks in at a merciful 89 minutes.
The set does contain an incredibly rare piece of Sandler comedy toward the end of the spot, however. in his SNL years and beyond, The Sandman was somewhat infamous for not even attempting celebrity impressions, and yet he broke out his Elvis for a bit about lettuce in sandwiches that didn’t feel entirely worth the trip, much like The Do Over.
Overall, the fact that Sandler’s Late Night set feels so authentically Adam Sandler speaks to his ability to stay true to his own voice through all the peaks and valleys of his long and fruitful career. But seriously though, SNL cast members should know the next host’s name, especially when it’s Catherine Freaking O’Hara.