Ages 16 and up. Ages 16-17 must be accompanied by an adult.
In 1990, the diminutive David Spade hit the big time as a regular cast member and writer on “Saturday Night” where he played a number of smart-aleck characters in a variety of sketches, including a highly disinterested airline steward who bids each passenger adieu with a very sardonic "buh-bye" and an irritating receptionist for Dick Clark Productions who greets celebrities with an unknowing "And you are . . . ?"
Following his SNL departure after six years, he spun off into a slapstick movie career, most noticeably as the scrawny, taciturn foil to SNL's wild and crazy big boy Chris Farley in Tommy Boy and Black Sheep. Since then, Spade has starred in his own films, including Joe Dirt and Dickie Roberts: Former Child Star. More recently he teamed with former SNL member Rob Schneider on the film The Benchwarmers.
Television has been more accepting over the years, with Spade earning an Emmy nomination as the droll, skirt-chasing secretary Dennis Finch on "Just Shoot Me!". More recently he was the star of the Comedy Central show "The Showbiz Show with David Spade" in 2005 wherein he more or less resurrected his obnoxious, razor-tongued gossipmonger from the old "Hollywood Minute" put-down segment on SNL, as well as co-starring in the ensemble CBS sitcom "Rules of Engagement."