Adam Sandler Brings Down the House With Hilarious Gotham Awards Acceptance Speech: ‘F— Every Other Comedian’
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Adam Sandler brightened up the 32nd Annual Gotham Awards Monday night with his acceptance speech for the Performer Tribute Award at the New York ceremony. The occasion marked Sandler's first major stop of awards season as he struggled for his performance on Netflix basketball drama Hustle.
"I told my daughters Sadie and Sunny, who are 16 and 14 years old, that I didn't write a speech and they said phrases like 'Rude' and 'You're mean,'" Sandler began. "Daddy is bloody tired. Dad works hard, calm down. They said, 'Can we write your speech, daddy? So you have something to say.' I said absolutely."
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Sandler then highlighted the snarling Southern accent he often adopts for formal speeches: "Dear well-dressed dignitaries, highly educated hipsters, and various other Gotham Awards assets, Thank you for bestowing this prestigious G.O.A.T. upon our father, Mr. Adam Sandler. Acknowledgment award for achievement.”
The premise that Sandler's daughters wrote his acceptance speech, whether true or not, ran through the actor's entire time on stage and offered a self-deprecating look behind the internal politics of the Sandler household.
"While Daddy's over tonight, we're going to do everything we're not supposed to do when Daddy's home, like eat his yodels or try on his Spanx or, say, laugh out loud at Ben Stiller movies." he said jokingly. "The last time Daddy caught us laughing at the 'Meet the Parents' trilogy he immediately stormed into what he calls 'The Screaming Room' which we just call 'the shower' and roared the phrase ' Only the Sandman makes people laugh. Fuck every other comedian.'”
Sandler then did a lap of honor in his entertainment career, citing popular films like "Billy Madison," "Big Daddy," "Punch-Drunk Love," and "Uncut Gems."
"Daddy's crazy film career began in 1988, shaped by two guiding principles: People in prison need movies, too, and TBS needs content," he said.
Sandler's Uncut Gems co-directors Josh and Benny Safdie gave a speech to introduce their leading man to the stage. The trio have already announced that they are collaborating on a new film.
The "Hustle" star was one of two actors to receive an actor's tribute at the event. Michelle Williams accepted her award, presented by her "Fabelmans" co-star Paul Dano, earlier in the evening. Other special honors of the evening included Gina Prince-Bythewood, director of The Woman King, Don Katz, Peter Kujawaski, Jason Cassidy and the cast of Hulu's Fire Island.
Watch Sandler's full speech above.
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