In his "SNL" parody of the "I'm Just Ken" music video by "Barbie," Pete Davidson declares, "I am enough."
Pete Davidson, a former "Saturday Night Live" performer,
returned to Studio 8H this week to host the Season 49 debut of NBC's sketch comedy series......
(the first installment in five months due to the Writers Guild of America strike).
The writers, cast, and crew of "SNL" wasted little time in giving Davidson's, er, distinctive public character the "SNL" treatment.
Davidson frequently made fun of himself, making fun of his "butthole eyes" media headlines, his badly watched Peacock show "Bupkis," ....
Speaking about the man whose "name I can't say legally" as the screen displayed a blink-and-you'll-miss-it image of the former Kanye West,
he even addressed the irate Ye followers who still refer to him as "Skeet."
In addition to Mikey Day playing "First Update Pete," Bowen Yang played "Met Gala Pete," and Devon Walker played "Black Pete," other actors in the cast also participated as Pete's many personalities.
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