TV and Movies·Posted on Jan 23, 2022Pete Davidson Broke Character And Truly Could Not Recover During His "Weekend Update" Segment On "SNL""We bought a ferry! The windowless van of the sea."by Evelina Zaragoza MedinaBuzzFeed StaffLinkFacebookPinterestTwitterMail Once again, Saturday Night Live is making jokes about Pete Davidson's life outside of the show, but this time the joke is about a recent purchase he made with one of his costars. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC It happened during this week's "Weekend Update," when anchors Colin Jost and Michael Che were joined by "Guy Who Just Bought a Boat" (Alex Moffat). Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC "Guy Who Just Bought a Boat" comes on "Update" to talk about any particular topic, but ends up making terrible, awful, cringey sex jokes that frequently reference his small penis and lacking sexual ability. I promise it's funny. It was quickly pointed out that Colin himself is a new boat owner, leading him to invite "Guy Who Just Bought a Ferry" on stage — Pete Davidson, the co-owner of said boat. NBC Yes, it's true — Staten Island natives Colin and Pete have bought a decommissioned Staten Island ferry with plans to turn it into an entertainment venue. Tap to play GIF Tap to play GIF NBC Pete quickly made a joke about their co-investor, who he guarantees is a real person. NBC It's true! His name is really Paulie Italia. Then they talked about the sheer size of the ferry, which is when things started to go downhill for Pete. NBC Pete was giggling from the moment he came out, but the man really lost it at "Mine's like a tuna can." Colin and "Guy" kept talking about the ferry while Pete happily giggled next to them, and no, he never recovered his composure. Even Colin lost it a little bit! NBC Pete could barely squeak out his last line, it was very funny. You can check out "Three Guys Who Just Bought a Boat" right here! View this video on YouTube NBC You can watch SNL on Peacock. There are so many things you can watch on Peacock for free, but if you want even more content, you can sign up for Peacock Premium for $4.99 a month or Peacock Premium Plus for $9.99 a month after a seven-day free trial.