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Comedians Adam Sandler and Judd Apatow sat down with 60 Minutes OVERTIME reporter Anderson Cooper to reminisce about the early days of their careers when they shared a $900 per month apartment in the Valley. Check out the interview in full below!

"Back then, life was just doing stand-up or writing jokes. You would sleep until noon every day and kind of stumble out," Apatow said. "You would have to be at work at 8:30 at night. Work was sometimes 15 minutes."

Decribes Sandler, "It wasn't broke. WE were doing as comedians good enough to get by. WE could eat at Red Lobster once every month. That was a big night out."

Added Apatow, "That was like, 'We're fancy now.""

Apatow's latest film, This is 40 is currently in theaters. Sandler will next be seen on the big screen in this summer's Grown Ups 2.

VIDEO: Adam Sandler, Judd Apatow Visit CBS's 60 MINUTES OVERTIME


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