Pete Davidson had a great summer.
The comedian loved talking about (and subtly acknowledging) his engagement to Ariana Grande, which occurred in June. Adam Driver's opening monologue on Saturday Night Live was all about the idea of having a good summer, while everyone repeated, "I worked a little, traveled a little."
Davidson, however, broke that chain. Driver asked, "Pete, how was your summer?"
He replied, "You don't wanna hear about my summer."
Driver said, "No. Actually, you're the one person whose summer I actually want to hear about."
Davidson merely replied with a wink.
Later on in the show, fellow SNL cast member Kyle Mooney starred in a skit that was all about his hopes and dreams of becoming more recognizable. This would be his year!
The real Davidson spoke more openly about his relationship with the "God Is a Woman" singer during the episode's "Weekend Update" edition. He told Colin Jost, who hosted the 2018 Emmys, "I got engaged and no one could believe it. I can't believe it and I get it. She's number one pop star in the world and I'm that guy from SNL everyone thinks is in desperate need of more blood."
Davidson opened up about the death threats that he's received, which he discussed last week in an interview with Howard Stern. He told Jost, "It's awful. I'm so scared. I got death threats. It's Malcolm X, Martin Luther King and Pete Davidson. We are all people who have gotten death threats."
The star also discussed the prenup situation. He explained, "Obviously I wanted one. So God forbid we split up and she takes half my sneakers? No, look, I'm totally comfortable being with a successful woman. I think it's dope. I live at her place. She pays 60 grand for rent and all I have to do is stock the fridge."
He even joked that he "switched her birth control with tic tacs," which drew some controversy.