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Pete Davidson has been MIA from “Saturday Night Live” for the past few episodes, but came back this weekend for a ridiculously illustrated sketch that complained about a much longer film.
Sharing his feelings through rap, Davidson “declares his love for the movie ** in short,” explaining, “because I’m a normal person who doesn’t pay attention.”
Davidson, for example, raps about going to the theater to see “The Batman”, which goes away in just a few minutes in three hours, admitting that he “p ***ded my pants twice.”
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Also featured in the video are Davidson’s fellow “SNL” cast members Chris Reid, musical guest Guna and Simon Rex, who praised the short running time of various “Ernest Goes” cinematic comedy icon Ernest P. Became Warrell (the late Jim Verney). Every … “movie.
At one point, Davids made a comparison between “Jurassic Park” and “Sex and the City 2.”
Davidson explained, “The movie ‘Jurassic Park’ was two hours and seven minutes long.” “It’s a film that explains the history of dinosaurs, how DNA works and the science of keeping dinosaurs alive. And ‘Sex and the City 2’, which is 20 minutes long, we already knew four women.
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Davidson, however, made an exception for a film: his own “The King of Staten Island”, which lasted two hours and 17 minutes.
“But we needed all these minutes,” he insisted.
“Saturday Night Live” airs Saturday at 11:30 pm ET / 8: 30 pm PT Global.