In real life, he’s engaged to soccer player Kealia Ohai, but for the sketch show, he portrayed the “Pilot Hunk” during a spoof of “The Bachelor.” (This season’s lead for ABC’s dating franchise is airline pilot Peter Weber.)
Watt’s character, Pat, had his pick of women; one that spoke with an accent – a “drunk” accent, that is – and another who wrote him a letter, the letter “T” to be exact. For the record, she knows “a couple other” letters, but has decided she’s “gonna play hard to get.”
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And as much as Watt’s Pat loves to say, “Ha ha, I love that,” there’s one thing he doesn’t love: a woman in her 30s.
When a contestant announced that it was her 30th birthday, the bachelor called in the guards to take her away.
But the sketch did include a proposal.
“I’m having a really hard time because the producers, they confiscated my vitamins and gave me a knife,” Aidy Bryant said, before showering herself with champagne.
“Whoa! I think I’m ready to propose … that you leave,” Watt said.
Better luck looking for love next time, Pilot Pat.
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