‘SNL’ brings on congressman-elect to get apology from Pete Davidson

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Davidson was the subject of a fierce backlash last weekend after saying Crenshaw, who wears an eye patch after losing his eye in combat "looks like a hitman in a porno movie".

"In what I'm sure was a huge shock for people who know me, I made a poor choice last week", Davidson said before apologizing on behalf of himself and the show.

That way was for Davidson to return to Weekend Update tonight and apologize profusely before Crenshaw - now Congressmen-elect following his Tuesday election victory - showed up to accept his apology.

He continued, "I mean this from the bottom of my heart: it was a poor choice of words".

Crenshaw then got serious about the country coming together: "But seriously, there's a lot of lessons to learn here", Crenshaw said. The controversy, Davidson said, brought Republicans and Democrats together to agree on one thing: "That I'm a dick".

Davidson then apologized to Crenshaw, who graciously accepted.

After the two exchange an apology and acceptance, Crenshaw's phone went off playing an Ariana Grande song, a swipe at the widely reported break-up between Grande and Davidson. "I made a joke about Lt. Com. And never forget those we lost on 9/11, heroes like Pete's father", he added, paying tribute to Davidson's father, who died in the September 11th attacks.

"Thank you so much for coming", Davidson responded. "That being said, I hope @nbcsnl recognizes that vets don't deserve to see their wounds used as punchlines for bad jokes".

"This is Veterans Day weekend". Maybe thanks for your service, ' but I would encourage you to say something else: "Never forget".

Crenshaw then talked about all the heroes we have lost and should not forget, mentioning Davidson's father, A NY firefighter who died on 9/11. "So I'll just say, Pete, never forget". Never forget the sacrifices made by veterans past and present.

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