Actor Adam Sandler took to Instagram over the weekend to pay tribute to Bob Barker — the beloved Worth is Proper host who died at 99 on Saturday — and their well-known collaboration within the 1996 movie Comfortable Gilmore.
“The person. The parable. One of the best. Such a candy humorous man to hang around with. Cherished speaking to him. Cherished laughing with him. Cherished him kicking the crap out of me,” the Wedding ceremony Singer star wrote in an Instagram caption.
“He might be missed by everybody I do know! Heartbreaking day. Like to Bob at all times and his household! Thanks for all you gave us!” Sandler added.
In his Instagram submit, Sandler added a number of photographs of himself with Barker, together with one photograph of a scene from Comedy Central’s 2015 particular Night time of Too Many Stars, the place the 2 males recaptured a second from the favored golf comedy Comfortable Gilmore.
Barker performed himself within the movie, a cameo the place he paired up with Sandler’s hockey player-turned-pro-golfer character Comfortable Gilmore, in the Pepsi Professional-Am match.
In some unspecified time in the future within the film, Barker and Sandler’s characters get right into a scuffle on the golf course. After Comfortable Gilmore taunts him, “You need a piece of me?” Barker growls, “I don’t need a piece of you, I would like the entire thing.”
The 2 males then tumble down a hill, earlier than Sandler’s character headbutts Barker’s character, then says one of many film’s most well-known strains: “The worth is improper, bitch.”
However Barker’s character all of a sudden raises one among his arms, grabs Sandler’s character by the neck, then springs as much as ship a kick to the face, earlier than stating, “Now you’ve had sufficient, bitch.”
Barker died at age 99 in his Hollywood Hills house of pure causes on Saturday.
“It’s with profound disappointment that we announce that the World’s Best MC who ever lived, Bob Barker has left us,” Barker’s publicist Roger Neal mentioned in a press release despatched to a number of retailers.