In this commercial parody, Schmitts Gay beer helps two guys (Adam Sandler, Chris Farley) transform a dumpy house-sitting situation into a fun, gay party house. [Season 17, 1991]


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  1. The HELL?

    Where's Van Halen????

    This generic public domain "hard rock" background music fucking GUTTED one of the best skits of late 80s SNL.

    I am profoundly bummed?

  2. Nooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooooo

  3. Oh my God this was a sign of the Gaypocalypse was coming and here we are the gaypocalypse has happened it's so hard to watch let alone actually look at the screen I think they achieved what they were aiming for

  4. I love the way adam was massaging the guy at the end. was like wiping his hands all over his shoulders like "wtf am i supposed to do here??"

  5. I could have sworn that the music used to be Van Halen's Beautiful Girls. Now it's something that kind of sounds like it.

  6. So funny youd never get away with it these days with everybody being so offended so easily miss you very much Chris Farley

  7. Farley was a SHIT STABBER, Sandler is a QUEER too. Fronting their sodomite ways under the guise of SHIT comedy. You people are FUCKING CLUELESS.

  8. The song in the original skit was Van Halen's "Beautiful Girls"…I guess they had to change it for this vid because of some stupid copyright bullshit.

  9. Great stuff… classic.. no one will ever get away with doing gay shows and skits anymore…. I loved the ambiguitly gay duo on SNL…. LMAO

  10. Somewhere in my multiple dozens of home recorded VHS tapes is the original showing of this with Van Halen. Gonna upload it if I ever find it.. would they shut me down?

  11. The original song was the opening guitar of D.O.A. by Van Halen, which bled into"Beautiful Girls" it added more to the sketch.

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