SNL cast member, actor and stand-up talent Pete Davidson is one of the most established celebrities in Hollywood right now. He is known to not mince words when it comes to expressing his opinion regarding something. It seems his latest spoof on Squid Game was a huge hit.

Netflix’s Squid Game has taken the world by storm, as it has now become the streaming platform’s most successful show yet. It was also said that Netflix paid $21.4 million for Squid Game. Being a big trending topic right now, it was certain the show was going to get parodied.

Rami Malek and Pete Davidson performed a hilarious spoof of the hit Netflix show on this week’s ‘Saturday Night Live.’ Rami Malek and Pete Davidson’s take on the deadly game show was hilarious for many fans. Rami Malek even displayed his singing skills.

 “That’s what happens in the squid game…that’s the way you play the Squid Game.”


The spoof took place after Rami Malek’s monologue, who talked about his likelihood of playing villains in anything he acts in.

 “I don’t usually do comedy — I have what they call resting villain face. I know most people would rather play the hero, but weirdly, I’ve always been more drawn to villains. I found Simba to be annoying. You wanna be king? You’re like 3 years old. Relax.

And Silence Of The Lambs — poor Hannibal. That lady keeps coming in and asking the guy questions — like leave him alone!”

Squid Game’s popularity will continue to shine as the show is also likely to get a second season in the future. It remains to be seen just when the second season of the show will be releasing.

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