On Thursday, Adam Sandler made a guest appearance on Jimmy Fallon's The Tonight Show: At Home Edition. He appeared via video chat and had prepared a new song to thank the doctors and nurses who are battling the coronavirus outbreak. Watch his song in the video below (it begins around the 1:30 mark, after a brief introduction).
Adam Sandler's musical tribute to doctors and nurses amid COVID-19
Sandler's song pokes fun at subjects such as the increase of family time during quarantine, but it also references the need of supplies in hospitals and the sacrifices being made at this time by medical professionals.
Among the laughs in the video include Sandler's line: "I'm teaching math to my kids, and that can't be good for America."
In the clip, the two Saturday Night Live alumni also chatted about Fallon's impression of Sandler in an earlier clip that went viral. Fallon had broke out his Sandler impression to make his daughters laugh in a prior episode of his At Home Edition talk show.
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Sandler's Tonight Show song concluded with the line: "We love you doctors and nurses, you're saving lives every day. Find a cure for this s--- because I really miss hugging my mailman." The comedian and occasional musician blended humour with sincerity for a light-hearted thank you to the heroes of the pandemic.