Pete Davidson, who was in hot water after a joke on Navy SEAL's eye patch, Dan Crenshaw, had a chance to get a refund in person on SNL.

A war hero recommends another fictional war hero.

US Representative Dan Crenshaw, a former US Congressman who joined Navy SEAL and lost his sight in Afghanistan, unveiled his wonderful "Captain America "-spirit glass eyes to Steve Rogers himself – actor Chris Evans.

Crenshaw took Twitter Friday to post a photo of himself revealing a star-studded shield "Captain America" ​​on his glass eye under the eye patch that he wears. Crenshaw lost his right eye following an explosion of IED during his third deployment in 2012.

"When Captain America sees your Captain America glass eye," the congressman subtitled the footage, adding the hashtag #merica.

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Evans seemed to approve.

"A VERY cool use of vibranium," he tweeted Friday, evoking a virtually indestructible fictional metal used to create Captain America's shield.

The 37-year-old actor has met with other lawmakers during a stop in Washington this weekend, including South Carolina Senator Tim Scott, who seems to know the end eagerly awaited "Avengers: Endgame" (in theaters April 26).

"Honor to meet you, sir.Thank you for taking the time," Evans tweeted. "And if you repeat the secrets I told you about Endgame, Marvel will make sure we are both in dust."

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