Pete Davidson debuted with a brand new rap song Saturday Night Live, and this time he called in a little help from Adam Sandler. During the sketch, the two spoke about ‘being stuck in the house’ in a time of social distance. As Davidson rapped about missing his friends (with a great Zoom cameo from Tan France, Nathan Fillion and more celebs), Sandler shared how bored he’s ‘doing songs with Pete’. Ha! Sandler’s longtime collaborator and friend Rob Schneider even appeared. At the end of the sketch, Sandler and his family took a moment to thank first responders who are helping with the coronavirus epidemic.
This is not the first time Sandler has performed a song about social distance. During a performance on The Tonight Show with Jimmy Fallon: At Home Edition, he sang his new “quarantine song” about the important work that doctors and nurses are doing right now. He appeared on the show a second time to play a more light-hearted song called ‘Don’t Touch Grandma’. Check out his recent SNL no later than above.