Pete Davidson Returns To 'Weekend Update' Desk With John Mulaney

More than a month after his alarming Instagram post, the comedian made a joke about suicide that divided Twitter users.

Pete Davidson appeared to be back in fine form on “Saturday Night Live,” jumping back on the “Weekend Update” desk after what he called his “really crazy month.”

While the 25-year-old briefly appeared on the show after deleting the post, Saturday night marked Davidson’s official return. 

He appeared alongside comedian John Mulaney, who shared how he was “spending time with Pete to try and show him that you can have a life in comedy that is not insane. A sober, domestic life.”

Davidson then joked that, “after observing John’s life, I publicly threatened suicide.”

“I’m sorry, I know I shouldn’t make that joke,” he then said.

Twitter users were divided over Davidson’s joke.

The pair then went on to review “The Mule” ― which Mulaney described as “a superhero movie for old people about a guy whose superpower is he can drive unsupervised.”

Check it out in the clip below:

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