ALL RIIIIIIGHT — Adam Sandler is coming to Detroit in February


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We know what you're thinking — Adam Sandler hasn't been funny since Happy Gilmore.

Well, you're wrong, bitch. Not only is he still funny, but Click is actually not that bad of a movie and what's even better is the comedian's 2018 Netflix special Adam Sandler: 100% Fresh.

Filled with songs, special guests, achingly relatable musings, a deeply touching tribute to the late Chris Farley, and a heartfelt dedication to Sandler's wife (in the tune of "Grow Old With You" from The Wedding Singer,) 100% Fresh is the pure, absurd, and perfectly aged comedy we need now.

Detroit will get a special visit from the 52-year-old comedian as part of his "100% Fresher tour" which promises never-before-seen material, classic takes, and an appearance from a special guest (who may or may not be Rob Schnieder.)  Sandler will perform on Friday, Feb. 8 at the Fox Theatre.

Tickets go on sale starting Friday, Dec. 14 at 10 a.m. and can be purchased by visiting

Bless this mess of a compilation — watch Sandler's best moments below.

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