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Adam Sandler and Andy Samberg Pay Tribute To Ruining Sketches on 'SNL 40' (Video)

16 February 2015 3:55 AM, PST | Moviefone | See recent Moviefone news »

Andy Samberg is largely credited with bringing "Saturday Night Live" into the digital age with his highly sharable digital shorts (created with his cohorts in the Lonely Island, Akiva Schaffer and Jorma Taccone), so it wasn't much of a surprise that he would be back as part of the "SNL 40" celebration last night with another pre-recorded gem. This time the subject was cracking up during a sketch, something that virtually every "Saturday Night Live" cast member does from time to time.

Samberg was joined by his "That's My Boy" costar Adam Sandler, for an impromptu '80s-rock-style tribute to breaking, set to the tune of "Simply the Best." It's a hoot and exactly the kind of sublime silliness that Samberg and Sandler were known to bring to "Saturday Night Live" during their respective years.

Just watch and try not to crack up! It's impossible! Now you know how Fallon and Sanz felt! »

- Drew Taylor

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