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From ”Billy Madison” to ”That’s My Boy,” the star’s signature humor is startlingly consistent
Posted on June 18, 2012 at 6:00pm EDT
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They don't dress like grownups if they can help it, or take on many responsibilities. They wear shorts and old T-shirts (Hawaiian shirts for fancy occasions) and bark like dogs.
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Only in Sandler land does Jennifer Aniston need a makeover to be hot enough.
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Okay, he's gone as low as elementary school humor with Billy Madison. But as a rule, his characters have been known to wallow in crude toilet humor, painful crotch gags, and stunts involving animals.
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I Now Pronounce You Chuck & Larry was one big gay joke after another. Not to mention that Nicole Kidman's onscreen husband in Just Go With It (Dave Matthews) liked guys. Ha-ha-ha!
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Nick Swardson, Rob Schneider, Kevin Nealon — take your pick.
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The man who wrote ''The Chanukah Song'' has often schmeared on the caricature, like with his portrayal of an uncouth, unchanging Jewish sibling.
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Swimsuit model Brooklyn Decker in a bikini — an opportunity for in-depth conversation about both.