By Jonathon Dornbush
Updated December 22, 2014 at 08:47 PM EST
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Sure, it’s over a decade late, but Saturday Night Live finally broke out its Love Actually parody in a sketch cut from the Dec. 20 episode.

Pete Davidson plays a man professing his love to Amy Adams and takes a cue from Andrew Lincoln’s Mark in the 2003 film.

Davidson starts off in the same fashion as Mark, telling Adams to explain to her husband that it’s just Christmas carol singers at the door. But his declaration of love takes a few strange—and extremely unnecessary—turns.

The timing is a little off during the sketch, but it’s funny enough that it could easily have replaced one of the handful of weak sketches on Saturday’s show.

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