It's not always easy for young children of different faiths to distinguish the singular pleasures of Christmas from those of Chanukah. Now, thanks to Adam Sandler, the distinction is clearer than ever.
Sandler visited David Letterman Monday to promote his new film Bedtime Stories, a nonsecular holiday blockbuster in which he seemed much less invested than his duty to explain the holidays themselves to his 2-year-old daughter. The gentiles at Defamer HQ can't imagine Chanukah being that bad, and in any case, it's the movie season around Christmas that ultimately necessitates something like Bedtime Stories in the first place. So enjoy your diabetic candy, Little Sandler; some of us have some serious atoning to do. [The Late Show]