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The Top 10 Moments from SNL’s 40th Anniversary Special

7. Jerry Seinfeld’s Q&A

Jerry Seinfeld is easily one of the most legendary stand-up comedians in history. The man still makes millions off reruns of Seinfeld and can sell out any venue he wants by only announcing that he will be there. It was completely unsurprising that he got his own segment that was a classic monologue Q&A. However, instead of cast members in the audience, we got major stars making jokes about themselves (also Dakota Johnson promoting her February 28th show). My personal favorite was Larry David. Him and Seinfeld found a lot of success as a pair, so it makes sense that they would do an entire bit together, but everything was magnified because David had a failed stint as a writer for one season. When he commented that they both struck it big after the show, followed by some devilish laughter, I absolutely lost it. Runners up were John Goodman moping about how Seinfeld said that hosting more than once means you have too much time and Michael Douglas wondering why he hasn’t done more.

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