Pete Davidson is no stranger to making millions of viewers laugh on Saturday Night Live, and Us Weekly is taking a look back on some of the comedian’s best moments.
Watch the hysterical skits in the video above – and scroll down for more highlights.
Davidson channeled his inner actor in a hilarious parody titled “The Group Hopper,” which channeled the likings of every young adult film of late including The Hunger Games, Divergent and The Giver. The comedian was joined by host Bill Hader and other castmates as he’s deemed “The Hero” or as he thought his necklace read, “Zero.”
The comedian declared his love for a woman (Amy Adams) in an awkward way while revealing he fell for her after he drilled a hole in the locker room wall and watched her through it.
During a Weekend Update segment, Davidson spoke on the topic of transgender bathrooms. “You don’t need a sex change to do it. You can just walk in. There’s no bouncer, the door’s right there,” he said before joking that he’d “been using the ladies bathroom at [SNL] to poop for two months.”
A classic spin on a pool boy story! The stand-up comedian makes out with a married woman — played by Julia Louis-Dreyfus — before trying to end things.
The New York-native took on a Bachelor auction where he showed off his not-so-good talent of dancing, which somehow wooed three ladies including Saoirse Ronan, Cecily Strong and Kate McKinnon. Ronan ultimately bids $15,000 for awkward Chad.
A date request gone wrong! In the “Meet Cute” skit, Claire — played by Kristen Stewart — agrees to a date with Davidson’s character Steve, however, after she leaves the coffee shop, he realizes he blew it as he doesn’t know where they’re going, what her last name is or how to reach her.
In another Weekend Update, Davidson talks about how his native Staten Island “doesn’t really like him,” before showing a fake clip from a local newspaper that favors fellow SNL costar Colin Jost.
Jessica Chastain plays a hospital physician who admits to falling in love with a young guy named Chad (Davidson) — and all he can do is hand her a bedpan of pee.
Pete Davidson’s character in the “Diner Lobster” skit is a man who makes the ill-advised choice of ordering lobster off a diner menu — but the actor couldn’t hold it together when his costars sang a Les Misérables-inspired musical number about the faux pas.
Season 44’s “Riverdale” sketch had Beck Bennett playing Jughead and Halsey playing Betty on the set of the CW drama … with Davidson playing a dead body making “everyday corpse sounds … you know, the usual hisses and moans you get from gas escaping the body.”
The notorious Chad returned in season 45 as RuPaul’s chosen heir for the next queen of drag … and failed his first attempt at tucking. “You need to tape it down and back, not up and front,” Ru tells Chad in the sketch.
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