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  • -I had a big weekend this weekend.

  • -What did you do?

  • -Well, I saw you for one of the days, but you know that.

  • But I went to Los Angeles, 'cause we went to meet

  • some editors and some media and press,

  • and talking about our year of our shows.

  • We had a great year. It's our fifth anniversary.

  • So we had our -- Thank you. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • So we talked about that.

  • We did that first show we did in Central Park.

  • That was big. -Oh, that was great.

  • -The first-ever live show outdoors.

  • But then the fifth-anniversary show special

  • that we had Tina Fey and Ben Stiller.

  • It was like a behind-the-scenes of our show,

  • but it was all scripted.

  • If you haven't seen it, it's funny.

  • It's a tricky show, but it was good.

  • And we talked about, obviously, the Puerto Rico show.

  • We took our show down to Puerto Rico,

  • and it was great.

  • And it was just -- It was really fun to --

  • Time to time, I go out to L.A. just to say "hi"

  • to everybody out there.

  • And we also did a Q&A at the Writers Guild Theater

  • with Guy Raz, who is the host of "How I Built This."

  • If you don't know that podcast,

  • that should be on your list of podcasts.

  • It is one of the best out there. He is phenomenal.

  • But he was so great.

  • And I was talking to him about L.A.

  • and when I was out there, 'cause I was there for a while,

  • doing stuff before I got "SNL,"

  • just struggling, like everyone does.

  • But that was fun. I got to see some old friends.

  • And I got to see Tom Rowan, who's my --

  • This guy has been my lawyer since

  • I think before I got "Saturday Night Live."

  • It was like, "You need to get one, you know,

  • when you're doing a contract or something."

  • So, he's the best.

  • I mean, I've had him for 23 years, 22 years.

  • Anyways, I'm firing him today because I've had --

  • The more I think about it, I've had enough, yeah.

  • No. I'm fed up, yeah.

  • But he's the best guy.

  • I love him so much and his wife, Marla.

  • They were there in the front row.

  • And it reminded me of this story.

  • They had a dinner party at their house.

  • I used to have dinner with them when I'd go out to L.A.

  • And, so, he goes, "I've got to have dinner for you.

  • Come on over.

  • I got Carol Burnett, Bob Newhart, Don Rickles,

  • Tim Conway will be at dinner.

  • Yeah. So, I go over to the house, I open the door,

  • and they're all there.

  • And I'm like "Oh, my gosh." It was, like, fantastic.

  • I see -- He goes, "This is Carol Burnett."

  • I go, "Hey, Carol. Nice to meet you."

  • He goes, "This is Bob."

  • I go, "Hey, Bob. Nice to meet you."

  • He goes, "This is Tim."

  • And Tim Conway goes, "You got to get me the hell out of here.

  • I don't know these people.

  • I don't know who these people are."

  • That was his opening line. Yeah, It was great.

  • So, I did that.

  • And we talked about everything we do on the show.

  • And, again, thank you to you, Higgins, and The Roots,

  • and all of our crew and everyone who works hard on the show.

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

  • It was fun to talk about.

  • I'd never really talked that much about the show.

  • But then, after we did all that --

  • It was Friday and Saturday.

  • And then I was trying to fly back,

  • because I was nice enough to be asked by the writers

  • to do a cameo on "Saturday Night Live"

  • this Saturday.

  • So, I'm doing L.A.

  • And my man, Adam Sandler, is hosting the show.

  • He's my hero, my idol. [ Cheers and applause ]

  • Adam Sandler is the nicest guy. I just love him so much.

  • He's just a -- -Gentleman.

  • -Great guy, just loyal, good dad,

  • and just funny and just awesome.

  • I just love him so much.

  • So, I heard he was hosting. He's never hosted.

  • -Mnh-mnh. -I find that hard to believe.

  • -He didn't want to. -That's bizarre.

  • -It's up to him. No one said "no."

  • -I guess.

  • But, yeah, so, he had a crusher of a show, I thought.

  • It was so great.

  • And he had -- Chris Rock was there,

  • who is one of the funniest human beings ever.

  • Kristen Wiig, who is just on a different planet.

  • But I loved his monologue. It was good.

  • I loved -- There were so many great sketches.

  • "Opera Man." Opera Man is Robert Smigel.

  • -Come on. -Right?

  • -Smigel and then Herlihy helped on that one.

  • -Tim Herlihy was there.

  • And then, so, my scene was --

  • It was the Sandler family reunion.

  • So, they had all of his family at the reunion,

  • and everyone talks like Adam Sandler.

  • -Yeah.

  • -But, like, the fake comedy characters, like...

  • So, I came in...

  • So, I came in -- Everyone's like...

  • "Oh, yeah!"

  • So, I came in and I was talking to Smigel and Herlihy

  • before the show, 'cause I was like,

  • "I want to make Adam laugh.

  • I want to see if I can break him."

  • Because I didn't get to go to rehearsal,

  • but I just landed just in time, came right from the airport.

  • I, like, smelled like airplane. I'm like, "I can't wait.

  • I'm so excited about this."

  • I ran. I didn't run, but I ran to my car.

  • -Well, you ran to your car. -Yeah, yeah.

  • But then -- So, I got out there and I didn't even know

  • where to stand, because I didn't rehearse.

  • So I just assumed I stand next to Sandler.

  • And the cue cards are there.

  • You know, I'm looking at that.

  • So, I came out and I read the lines like...

  • And then I figured I could make him laugh,

  • because I can do like...

  • That's a deep cut. He doesn't do that anymore.

  • You got to just...

  • So, he started laughing a little bit.

  • So, anyways, I'm usually in black ink

  • on the cue cards from our show.

  • But I forgot, I'm not the host. -Yeah.

  • -So, the host is in black ink. -Black, yeah.

  • -So I'm kind of stalling for Sandler

  • because I thought he forgot his line.

  • So I'm going like...

  • And I'm looking at the cue card.

  • And I don't know why we even have cue cards.

  • It was like, "Hibbidy-hobbidy, yaba-haba."

  • I don't remember if I said,

  • "Yabbidy-hibbidy" or "Hibbidy-yabbidy."

  • I'm like, "I don't know what to do."

  • Anyways, I got to, finally, my line.

  • We did that.

  • And it was just an honor to do it with him,

  • right in front of him, 'cause it's just --

  • And he's just such a good dude.

  • And he was so happy, like, that night.

  • And his wife, Jackie, and two kids were there,

  • and they're beautiful.

  • I love those kids.

  • And it was just -- Anyways, it was good.

  • And then, at the end of the night,

  • he did this tribute to Chris Farley.

  • -Yeah.

  • -And if you get a chance to go online,

  • it was so beautiful and so -- It was so funny, too.

  • But I had heard all the stories about Farley,

  • and I just -- I wish I knew him.

  • I got to meet him once, but I just --

  • He was singing this song, and it's great,

  • but it's also a really nice tribute.

  • And everyone was just crying backstage.

  • And it was just really touching.

  • I mean, not just the audience, but everybody that worked there,

  • 'cause the crew -- Some of the crew -- they knew Farley.

  • -Yeah.

  • -So -- And I was next to Rock, and it was just --

  • It was really emotional.

  • And I saw Smigel afterwards,

  • and, usually, he's always joking around.

  • You know, he's like -- You know...whatever.

  • So, I saw him, and he goes, "Hey, man, that was great."

  • And he's like -- I go, "That was so touching."

  • He goes -- He was behind the cast,

  • and the cast were all kind of hugging each other, crying,

  • going like, "Yeah, we're like family."

  • It's like, you don't realize it when you're there

  • on "Saturday Night Live" for whatever seasons you are there.

  • You don't know when some cast members

  • are gonna go off to do movies or --

  • But that little moment of time, that window of time,

  • you hang out more than your family.

  • You really live with each other and you don't realize it

  • until, I think, you get older and you go back

  • and you go, "Oh, my gosh."

  • And, so, he got me filling up, Smigel.

  • So I started crying a little bit.

  • I came up to your office to see if you wanted

  • to ride over to the party together.

  • -I was already drunk.

  • -You don't even remember me

  • coming and saying "hello" to you.

  • -You were there? -I put smelling salts.

  • I was there?

  • And as I was going up, I got an e-mail from Horatio Sanz,

  • who is in L.A.

  • And he was like, "Dude, I'm watching the Sandler show

  • right now and I'm just getting sentimental, just missing us

  • and missing -- You know.

  • And I go, "wait until you see the end."

  • -Yeah.

  • -I go, "You're gonna see this Farley thing

  • and you're just gonna lose it.

  • This is like when the show first started.

  • But, anyways, it was just kind of interesting

  • that I got a thing from Horatio.

  • I feel like I vibed him,

  • 'cause me and Horatio were office-mates and

  • comedy partners for years.

  • I wouldn't be here if it wasn't for Horatio.

  • And, so, I got that.

  • And then I thought it was the best part was on Sunday.

  • On Saturday night into Sunday, it was trending all day,

  • is Farley was trending.

  • And I just thought, any kid that was in mass or church Sunday

  • and sneaking a look at Twitter got to see Farley's name.

  • And he would have absolutely loved that,

  • so I think that was a...

  • [ Cheers and applause ]

-I had a big weekend this weekend.

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