On his new Alive from New York Netflix comedy special, Davidson walks back his apology to the ex-Navy SEAL, whom he mocked on "Weekend Update" for wearing an eye patch, saying he was "forced" to apologize. The November 2018 apology was one of the rare times Saturday Night Live has apologized. “So I made fun of this guy with an eyepatch and then, like, I kind of got forced to apologize,” Davidson says, revealing that he got death threats over the joke, including one that came in the form of a phone call to his mother. Crenshaw, now a U.S. representative from Texas, was asked about Davidson's comments this morning on Fox & Friends. "It's like our comedic careers are joined at the hip because he can't stop thinking about me," Crenshaw said of the incident. "It's a little sad." Crenshaw added: "We had a really good moment, you know, at that time in 2018. America liked it. The left and right liked it. So, you know, we don't really want to ruin that."