Paul Rudd and Pete Davidson's Rap About Grace and Frankie Should Be the Show's Theme Song

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Game of Thrones might be one of the most popular shows on television right now, but that doesn't mean everyone is a fan. During the May 18 episode of Saturday Night Live, Pete Davidson attempted to perform a rap about how much he loves the fantasy drama, but it becomes clear that he knows nothing about the HBO program.

After Kenan Thompson and Game of Thrones actor Jacob Anderson call him out for rapping about a series he doesn't watch, Pete decides to switch gears and perform an ode to his actual favorite show: Netflix's Grace and Frankie. Paul Rudd — who made his SNL return as the host — and DJ Khaled also jump in to express their love for the comedy. And the show's stars, Jane Fonda and Lily Tomlin, even make a special appearance in the music video, wearing t-shirts with Davidson's face printed on them. This could be the start of a beautiful friendship!