Sarah Silverman may not have had one of her sketches air on "Saturday Night Live" when she was a writer for the show in the '90s, but who cares when you can host?
The stand-up comedian made her hosting debut on Saturday, sending a little message to Hasidic Jews about their summer wardrobe and fishing for compliments with one audience member while sitting on her lap. But the real highlight of Silverman's opening monologue was talking to her former self. Back during the 1992-1993 "SNL" season, the comedian was a writer and a featured player on the show. She didn't appear in many sketches, but she did get to pretend to be an eager audience member with bizarre questions. During the monologue Silverman answered her younger self's questions -- "What makes the human knee bend?" -- while also emphasizing just how cute she used to be.
Watch the full monologue above.
"Saturday Night Live" airs on Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. ET on NBC.