Why watch "Love Actually" when you can watch a pretty icky spoof featuring Pete Davidson professing his love to Amy Adams? In an "Saturday Night Live" sketch, reportedly cut for time, the two parody the most famous scene in "Love Actually," in which Andrew Lincoln uses cue cards to express his feelings for Keira Knightley. (Tragically, she's married to his best friend because the world is a cruel, cruel place.)
In this version, Davidson tells Adams he loves ham and hot dogs, and used to watch her through a hole in the women's locker room. "To me, you are perfect," says no one.