Adam Sandler Makes SNL Cameo In Pete Davidson's New Quarantine 'Stuck In The House' Music Video
The cast of Saturday Night Live returned for a second Saturday Night Live at Home episode this weekend, and one of the segments featured a music video from Pete Davidson titled Stuck in the House . After Davidson sang about how he is tired of being at home with his mom, SNL alum Adam Sandler made an appearance to talk about his cabin fever after more than a month of self-isolation with his wife and two daughters.
The song opened with Davidson sharing his experience about self-isolating with his mom at her home in Staten Island.
“Stuck with my fam, I can’t get out/ For like two months, been on my couch," Davidson sings. "Runnin’ out of things to talk about/It’s quarantine at my house/ I’m going crazy and crazy and crazy."
The 26-year-old also talked about how he has nothing left to binge watch after finishing Ozark, how there’s nothing left to talk about with his family, and he says that hand sanitizer is now his best friend and he uses it so much he is chapping his hands.
Then, the song shifts to Sandler’s home, where the Happy Gilmore star sings about wearing underwear as a mask and using “both sides of my toilet paper.”
"Wife tried to kiss me/ I straight up denied her/ Miss the NBA and I miss Rob Schneider," Sandler sings, as Schneider pops up in his window and says, "You can do it!"
Sandler also mentions the social distancing practices with non-contact delivery, and he wraps up his verse by saying that he is “so f*cking bored I’m doing songs with Pete.”
In addition to the two comedians, Davidson’s mom Amy and his sister Casey make an appearance in the video. And, Sandler’s wife Jackie and his two daughters - Sadie, 13, and Sunny Madeline, 11 - also make cameos. At one point, Adam and Jackie hilariously make out in front of Sunny, who covers her face with underwear.
At the end of the video, Adam, Jackie, Sadie, and Sunny thank healthcare workers on the frontline of the pandemic by holding up two signs the girls made. “Thank you, first responders. We love you,” read the signs.
The Saturday Night Live at Home episode also featured a special appearance from Brad Pitt as Dr. Anthony Fauci and musical guest Miley Cyrus.