Sounds like there'll be some good stories on Graham Norton this week
If you're an Adam Sandler fan, you'll like this. If not, you likely won't.
As actors go, he's fairly high up there on the Marmite scale - you probably either love or hate Adam Sandler, so be warned; he's on Friday's Graham Norton Show.
He joins Graham to talk about his new movie The Meyerowitz Stories (New and Selected) along with co-star Emma Thompson.
The movie, we have to admit, looks pretty good - it follows the members of a dysfunctional family living in the shadow of their father, who's played by Dustin Hoffman.
Adam speaks about his relationship with his own father in the interview.
"We were all scared for him and didn't want to upset him," he says.
"He was definitely all about family and we loved him more than anything but there was terror too. He was strong and intimidating.
"He named our dog Adam and would shout 'Adam, Adam, come here'. And when I came running, he would say 'Not you, the dog'."
In the same interview, Emma also talks about the time Donald Trump asked her out. *Shudder*.
Also on the big red couch is Claire Foy, best known for playing Queen Elizabeth II in The Crown.
Cara Delevingne is on tomorrow night too and rounding off the line-up is Morrissey, who'll perform live.
The Graham Norton Show airs at 10.35pm on BBC1.