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Watch: On 'SNL,' Paul Rudd & Pete Davidson Rap About 'Grace and Frankie'

Thursday May 23, 2019
Paul Rudd, left, and Pete Davidson, right, on "Saturday Night Live."
Paul Rudd, left, and Pete Davidson, right, on "Saturday Night Live."  (Source:YouTube Still via NBC)

Paul Rudd hosted the season finale of "Saturday Night Live" last weekend and made headlines for his Pete Buttigieg impersonation. But the actor also stole the show when he teamed up with Pete Davidson to rap about their favorite Netflix show — "Grace and Frankie."

The rap is initially about "Game of Thrones" before becoming about the Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin comedy.

"Can't believe it's coming to an end. It's like my favoritest show ever. HBO, here we go: Jon Snow, dragons, lotsa wolves, armor clothes, silver swords that extendo, prostitute houses, lotsa wine, and a big-ass wall — never miss an episode!" Davidson raps.

Later on, Davidson changes his tune:

"My favorite TV show is mother-fucking 'Grace and Frankie!' Jane Fonda, Lily Tomlin, Martin Sheen, Sam Waterston, that's right, son," he says. "It's a Netflix Original, one of the first to be on for five seasons — two sweet old ladies is the reason. You'll thank me. I watch that show every day on the reggie — you laugh, you cry, you better grab a hanky. That's right, I'm talking about..."

The hilarious clip also features Kenan Thompson and DJ Khaled and ends with Fonda and Tomlin themselves, winking at the camera.

Watch it below.

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