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Just because he’s staying in his lane doesn’t mean he isn’t staying sharp.

Adam Sandler finds the sweet spot for comedy residency at the Chelsea

November 20th, 2017

Just because he’s staying in his lane doesn’t mean he isn’t staying sharp.

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