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    Pete Davidson Said Goodbye To "SNL" With One Last Weekend Update Appearance

    "Hello Colin and Che, and millions of people only watching to see if I bring up Kanye."

    Pete Davidson's time at Saturday Night Live ended as it began: at the Weekend Update desk.

    For his last episode, Pete rolled up to the desk to talk about his time on the show, and there were obviously jokes.

    Pete Davidson and Colin Jost on "Saturday Night Live"

    He talked about one of his earliest controversies on the show, when he made a joke about Republican congressman Dan Crenshaw.

    Pete Davidson saying, "I was making a joke about someone's appearance without realizing that the medical issue behind it was a sensitive issue... which is an SNL alumni tradition."

    Then Pete said he'd miss Lorne Michaels, and shared the advice Lorne gave him when he got engaged to Ariana Grande after dating for two weeks.

    He finished off by thanking Lorne and everyone at the show for always having his back and "not judging [him] when everyone else was."

    Side-by-side of Pete Davidson's first and last times on Weekend Update on "Saturday Night Live."

    Pete was best known for his Update appearances and pre-taped music video sketches, so it was only fitting that he closed out his time on SNL like this.

    Pete Davidson, Colin Jost, and Michael Che on Weekend Update

    You can watch all of Pete's last segment right here:

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