‘SNL’ Pulls ‘Safelite’ Stalking Sketch From YouTube and Reruns

Car windshield company had objected to skit starring Beck Bennett as a creepy repairman

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“Saturday Night Live” apparently had second thoughts about its sketch sending up a Safelite AutoGlass repairman.

The NBC show has pulled the parody commercial mocking the windshield company from YouTube and reruns, Vulture reported on Monday.

The sketch featuring Beck Bennett as Safelite AutoGlass windshield repairman, Ken, was notably missing from Saturday’s rerun of the Oct. 7 episode, the website noted.

It is also no longer available on YouTube or Hulu, where previously aired “SNL” videos are usually available.

While NBC did not announce the change in programming, the Safelite company shared its disapproval of the sketch via Twitter when it originally aired.

“Thanks for the skit. Although we can take a joke, this one was a step too far. Our techs are our heroes,” Safelite tweeted after the episode aired.

“We weren’t involved in creating it and we’re really disappointed in @NBCSNL for airing it.”

In the offending skit, Bennett played a technician who took way too much interest in Aidy Bryant’s teenage daughter (Melissa Villaseñor) while fixing the windshield on her family’s car.

A representative for NBC declined TheWrap’s request for comment.