Bob Barker And Adam Sandler Continue "Happy Gilmore" Battle For Charity

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Bob Barker and Adam Sandler are at it again.

To the delight of everyone on the planet, Bob Barker and Adam Sandler got together to continue the incredibly funny fight that started in Happy Gilmore.

But this time, they're not just doing it for laughs, they're doing it for charity.

Bob Barker and Adam Sandler filmed the continuation of their epic battle for Comedy Central’s Night of Too Many Stars.

The TV special's purpose is to raise money and awareness for autism.

Take a look:

In the beginning, it looks like Adam Sandler and Bob Barker are in the midst of calling a truce. However, that feeling doesn't last very long.

After insulting Adam Sandler's weight and age, Bob Barker springs from the bed when insults escalate to blows.

Then, Bob Barker dumps his bedpan all over Adam Sandler, prompting Sandler to cry, "How much f**king asparagus did you eat?!"

So hilarious!

Then, obviously and dramatically labeled vials of Ebola enter the mix. Bob Barker dumps a vial in his mouth and spits it all over Sandler.

Bob Barker quips, "I wish I could see David Spade's face when he finds out there won't be a Grown Ups 3."

"It's too damn hot for a penguin to just be walking around here." Billy Madison

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After Bob Barker and Adam Sandler both die from Ebola, the battle continues on top of a fluffy cloud with both of them wearing gowns, wings, and carrying harps.

Night of Too Many Stars will feature tons of comedic talent, including Louis C.K., John Oliver, Chris Rock, Amy Schumer, Maya Rudolph, Jon Stewart, Jim Gaffigan, Sarah Silverman, Steve Buscemi, Steve Carell and many more.

Happy Birthday, Sandman!

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Night of Too Many Stars will air March 8th on Comedy Central.

If the bit with Bob Barker and Adam Sandler is any indication, the show looks hilarious. Will you be watching?

Lacy Langley
Lacy is a writer from Texas. She likes spending time in the home office, homeschooling her kids, playing the didgeridoo, caring for her chickens (Thelma and Louise), Rolos, Christmas, and Labyrinth.

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