Adam Sandler is one of the most decorated actors and celebrities of this generation. He’s appeared in so many popular movies from Billy Madison to The Wedding Singer, The Waterboy, Big Daddy, Anger Management, 50 First Dates, Click, Bedtime Stories, Grown Ups (ignore the sequel to that one), Just Go with It — and many others.
But perhaps one of my favorite Sandler films of all time is Happy Gilmore, the story of struggling hockey player who takes up golf to help save his grandmother’s house.
In that movie, Happy — played by a much younger Sandler — plays in a Pro-Am tournament with celebrity Bob Barker. When Happy gets heckled by a bystander, he plays so poorly that Barker teases him mercilessly. It reaches a point where Happy loses his cool and gets into a fight with Barker.
That feud apparently isn’t over! Sandler and Barker paired up to film a segment for the Night of Too Many Stars, Comedy Central’s annual fundraiser for autism education programs.
Take a look at what unfolded…