Tom Hanks brings David S. Pumpkins back to ‘Saturday Night Live’

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Back in October, Tom Hanks created one of the most talked-about characters on Saturday Night Live this season with David S. Pumpkins, the host of a bizarre haunted house where he dances in a black-and-orange suit beside a pair of skeletons, played by cast members Mikey Day and Bobby Moynihan.

The sketch was a welcome break from a season that has become saturated with political satire, and quickly went viral, with critics hailing Hank’s return to the goofball comedy style that launched his acting career.

During last night’s season finale, SNL brought back both Hanks and David S. Pumpkins as part of a sketch involving an increasing-crowded group of rappers joining Big Chris’ (played by cast member Kenan Thompson) on a new song, appropriately titled One Voice.

Pumpkins got a bit of a makeover for the rap video, joining the bloated group as David S. Pimpkins, packing heat and wearing a pimp’s jacket and hat.

The sketch also features musical guest Kate Perry and King Keef himself, played by host Dwayne Johnson. The track also manages to squeeze in Shantasia (Sasheer Zamata), Young B**** (Pete Davidson), Prinsexxy (Leslie Jones), Sno’Cone (Mikey Day), Sloppy Moses (Kyle Mooney), Marci Jamz (Melissa Villasenor), Lil’ Nitwit, 2 Black Guyz (Colin Jost and Michael Che), Hawtclown (Cecily Strong), Pregnasty (Kate McKinnon) Skiffle (Bobby Moynihan), Essentially Simon (Beck Bennett) and lastly, DatS***** (Vanessa Bayer).

Hanks appeared earlier on the show during host Dwayne Johnson's monologue, where he agreed to be the actor's running mate in the 2020 presidential election.