Pete Davidson (finally!) returns to ‘SNL,’ gives advice about STD tests – USA TODAY

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CLOSE Billy Porter and Lin-Manuel Miranda make surprising cameos on "Saturday Night Live, " while host David Harbour finds Pete Davidson in the Upside Down. USA TODAY After missing the first two episodes of Season 45, Pete Davidson made his return to "Saturday Night Live" — just not in the way fans might have expected. "Stranger Things" star and this week's host David Harbour was the one to locate the "SNL" cast member, who reportedly missed the premiere while working on James Gunn's "Suicide Squad." Harbour, who plays police chief Jim Hopper in the Netflix sci-fi drama, hopped off the stage to do a non-traditional opening monologue before Kate McKinnon pulled him aside to show him a strange portal that popped up in Studio 8H. "I think it's the Upside Down, man, " McKinnon cautions Harbour. "Just like my show! Look, whoever's behind these doors might need my help. I'm going in, " Harbour says. After mistaking a trapped Aidy Bryant for "Stranger Things" character Barb (justice for Barb!) and seeing Beck Bennett get attacked by a Demogorgon, Harbour stumbles across Davidson. "No, it can't be: Pete Davidson!" Harbour exclaims. "Is this ....


"The clap and 'Rambo' came back in the same year, and neither of them were wanted." 'Stranger Things' star David Harbour: Blaming shootings on mental illness is 'cowardly' Pete Davidson stops show to unleash NSFW tirade against college audience Autoplay Show Thumbnails Show Captions Last SlideNext Slide Read or Share this story: https://www.usatoday.com/story/entertainment/tv/2019/10/13/snl-david-harbour-pete-davidson-stranger-things-monologue/3967415002/. .

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