After nine seasons on Saturday Night Live, cast member Kyle Mooney made his emotional exit during the season 47 finale alongside castmates Kate McKinnon, Aidy Bryant and Pete Davidson.

Dubbed Kyle “Cut-For-Time” Mooney by his fans, Mooney’s unique brand of humor and serious acting chops brought a hilarious, self-deprecating voice to the venerable comedy show.

Mooney first cut his comedy teeth with fellow SNL cast member Beck Bennett on the popular YouTube Channel “Good Neighbor Stuff”.

His unique style followed him to SNL and offered him a distinct opportunity to become especially endeared to some of SNL’s most devoted viewers.

Though fans joke that Mooney’s sketches were often “cut for time”, his most iconic moments will ensure that he remains a beloved SNL veteran.

For now, fans can keep Mooney in their comedy-diet by streaming his nostalgic and zany Netflix show, Saturday Morning All Star Hits.

Though the sketch ends with Colin Jost being repeated punched in the face, the heartwarming takeaway is the real-life adoration and friendship of Mooney and Bennett

With a top-notch masquerade ball set, quality acting, and an underlying sweetness, “Beck and Kyle” remains an all-time fan favorite sketch from Mooney’s time at SNL.