Watch: ‘Saturday Night Live’ Covers Pegging in Mock Commercial for ‘Rectix’

Last night, Adam Sandler hosted Saturday Night Live for the first time ever. It was his first appearance on the program since he was fired from the cast about half a century ago. Along with the revival of his beloved Opera Man character, one of the highlights of the night was a mock commercial that signaled SNL is officially aboard the pegging train.

In a fake ad for “Rectix,” father Sandler gives his son Beck Bennett some heartfelt advice about how to treat erectile dysfunction. It’s “Get pegged,” basically. 

In the hilarious sketch also featuring Aidy Bryant and Heidi Gardner, Sandler advertised a gigantic, reusable and dishwasher-safe “pill” (sure, it’s a pill) that’s guaranteed to give you an erection. 

This is destined to become an SNL classic. The funniest/ickiest moment? Probably when pops offers to let his son borrow his Rectix. Yikes.

What do you think of the sketch? Let us know in the comments. 

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