Larry David’s ‘SNL’ Monologue Is Self-Deprecation At Its Finest

Larry David hosted a pretty great “Saturday Night Live” episode this weekend, but you didn’t hear that from him.

Boasting an impressive roster of guest stars like Ben Stiller, Owen Wilson and presidential hopeful Bernie Sanders, David’s return to the “SNL” stage was a season highlight. 

In his opening monologue, the “Curb Your Enthusiasm” star immediately rebuffed the audience’s uproarious applause before adding, “You’re going to be very disappointed.” 

“This hosting thing, c’mon, it’s so stupid. I’m not a host. I’m a guest,” he continued. “I don’t host things. No one’s ever been to my house. If they did go they would find it extremely unpleasant. I don’t put out snacks or dip … I have a dip-less house.”

We’ll come over anytime, Larry. 

Watch the full clip above. 

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