Pedro Pascal, the star of The Last of Us and The Mandalorian, recently made his debut as the host of Saturday Night Live and delivered an emotional opening monologue that touched on his family’s journey from Chile to the United States.
In his monologue, Pascal joked about his experience filming The Last of Us and compared it to shooting for another popular show, The White Lotus. He also shared a funny story about a fan who asked him to do the Mando voice for his son, which Pascal found awkward because his character wears a mask throughout the show.
The actor then took a moment to thank his parents for bringing him and his sister to the United States from Chile when they were kids, and shared how proud his family is of him. He finished his monologue with a touching message to his family in Chile, saying, “I love you, I miss you, and stop giving out my phone number.”
Pedro Pascal’s debut on Saturday Night Live was a heartwarming and emotional one, that highlighted his journey from Chile to the United States and the importance of family. His monologue was filled with humor and touching moments that made it a memorable one.