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Adam Sandler Recounts Being Fired From 'SNL' on 'The Howard Stern Show'


Adam Sandler is making headlines and no, it's not because there are a bunch of people on Twitter complaining about the fact that Netflix has greenlit six more Grown Ups sequels.  

The Saturday Night Live alum recently opened up to Howard Stern about his departure from the late-night sketch comedy series in 1995. 

In the '90s, there was no doubt that the faces of SNL were the late Chris Farley and Adam Sandler. In David Spade's wonderful piece where he delineated the origins of his beef with Eddie Murphy, David talked about the effect Adam had on audiences and cast members whenever he'd just start tuning his guitar. 

Which is why it came as a surprise that he left so "abruptly" in 1995. It left a lot of people asking the question: