Sarah Silverman returned to "Saturday Night Live" 20 years after she was fired from the show and she pretty much rocked it.
It seems she agrees there can’t be many people better than her hosting SNL; after all, “I’m a pretty big comedian,” she says.
Silverman wasn’t just boasting though; the lady shined through the monologue roping in the Jews, the recently ended Yom Kippur as well as herself on the go.
She made the audience as well as the viewers laugh and embarrassed at least one, when she sat in her lap gushing compliments like, “amazing,” “beautiful,” “smart” and “you’re my favorite.”
It's no exaggeration to say Silverman rocked the monologue, but watch and judge for yourself.
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