David Spade Almost Wrote A Saturday Night Live Gap Girls Movie With Chris Farley & Adam Sandler

Since 1980, the weekly sketch show “Saturday Night Live” has produced eleven feature films based on its characters.

The Blues Brothers” was released in 1980 and remains one of our favorite “SNL” movies (though it’s debatable how much of an “SNL” movie it is with no Lorne Michaels attached).

It was another 12 years before another “SNL” movie came out, and it was worth the wait.

The 1990s were the heyday for a proliferation “SNL” movies, beginning in 1992 with the beloved “Wayne’s World.”The rest of the decade was hit or miss for “SNL” movies in terms of quality.

We saw the return of Dan Aykroyd and Jane Curtain in the heartwarming “Coneheads.” Will Ferrell got his first leading role with “A Night at the Roxbury.” There was an awful “Blues Brothers” sequel for some reason.

And does anyone even remember they made an entire movie with Julia Sweeney’s androgynous character, “It’s

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