Just one episode into last season’s SNL, Pete Davidson already shined. The comedian parlayed his youth into instant humor, teasing his dark comic tendencies. He fully brandished them during the Roast of Justin Bieber last March and scorched everyone on the dais.
But now he’s got some free time. The 21-year-old is right in the prime Harry Potter demographic, the generation that truly grew up with the books. So he’s taking to Twitter to give his of-the-moment thoughts on the franchise. And he has a noble reason:
He first broke down The Sorcerer’s Stone Wednesday night:
Drake and “The Boy Who Lived” have a ton in common.
McGonagall: OG (Old Gangster).
On Thursday, he attacks Gilderoy Lockhart, Lucius Malfoy (in dirtier tweets), and Moaning Myrtle (same) in The Chamber of Secrets:
“VACANT SPACE: WIZARDS SUBJECT TO SUBHUMAN TREATMENT ONLY.”
He was always the worst.
The only cool professors ever.
NOT MRS. NORRIS.
Despite inevitable complaints about “pointless tweets” and “your (sic) clogging my timeline,” Davidson has at least one fan: rapper Tyler the Creator:
Was this his first time watching? Is he mocking them out of not just getting it? Nah.