"So much for Tollbooth Willie" is a comedic sketch performed by Adam Sandler on Saturday Night Live in the 1990s. It features a character named Tollbooth Willie who works at a tollbooth and interacts with various drivers in a humorous manner.
Tollbooth Willie is a fictional character created and portrayed by Adam Sandler. He is a tollbooth worker with a thick New York accent and a mischievous sense of humor.
"So much for Tollbooth Willie" was first performed by Adam Sandler on Saturday Night Live on December 7, 1991. It was part of the episode hosted by Rob Morrow.
No, Tollbooth Willie is a fictional character created by Adam Sandler. However, the sketch is based on the real-life experiences of Sandler's father, who worked as a toll collector in New York.
No, "So much for Tollbooth Willie" was a one-time sketch performed on Saturday Night Live. However, it remains a popular and memorable moment in the show's history and can be found on various online platforms.