Pete Davidson turned a rap tribute to Game of Thrones into a love letter to Grace and Frankie -- with an assist from DJ Khaled -- on SNL.
The comedian wasn't quite convincing his co-stars that the HBO hit was his "favoritest show ever" as he started rapping about its Sunday night finale but name-dropped hobbits and muggles.
Davidson changed his tune and shifted his ode to Netflix's Grace and Frankie instead, rapping: "Watch that show on the reggy/ You'll laugh, you'll cry, you better grab a hanky," just before DJ Khaled jumped in with "Grace and Frankie/ DJ Khaled/ We the best/ Better than Game of Thrones."
"Real quick, if you're not hip, let me catch you up a little bit on a smash hit/ It's so fantastic/ They're opposites that run a business selling dildos/ Ain't that classic/ They once caught their exes kissing/ You don't know what you're missing," Davidson said, recapping the premise of the show starring Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin.
Paul Rudd, who hosted Saturday night's (May 18) show, couldn't help lending his own verse, too.