Adam Sandler brought out the best in Chris Farley, and this SNL skit shows just why

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This might not be Chris Farley’s best skit, but it’s hard to say that he and Sandler didn’t play this one perfectly.

The sketch is from a 1995 episode of “Saturday Night Live” in which Sandler and Farley, playing husband and wife Hank and Beverley, are going through a Zagat guide to find a restaurant for their 35th wedding anniversary. Why is this scene so perfect? Part of it is the look. Look at these two together.

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Farley’s expressions combined with Sandler’s grey hair and defeated look make this funny to watch even without the dialogue.

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For example, look at Sandler’s face when Farley completely commits to his character and starts rubbing Sandler’s thigh.

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See! The two were clearly made for each other! Well, at least on the TV screen, they were.

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