Things started off very awkwardly, as Zach was clearly not pleased with his guest. "I had President Hillary Clinton on last time, and now I have this guy," he said to someone off-screen. "It's like 'I love the '90s.' I might as well have Lorena Bobbitt as a guest."
Jerry didn't even bother to respond. When Zach suggested "The Bee Movie" should have been called "The D-Minus Movie," though, he jumped in.
"Do you think if they only made one 'Hangover' movie and didn't make the other two, it would be considered a comedy classic? Do you think that you destroyed what would have been a comedy classic by the cash grab of 2 and 3."
But even that banter wasn't exciting enough for Zach, who bumped Jerry to a milk crate when he got word that Cardi B had showed up. The rapper took the good seat, got praise and presents for her baby, and was fawned over by Zach the entire time. She basked in it, taking a few moments to mock her fellow guest along the way. "I got a gift," she told Jerry. "I'm special."
There were several fun nods to "Seinfeld" throughout the sketch, including the surprise appearance of Wayne Knight, who slithered onto the scene like Newman from the show with a snide, "Hello, Jerry!"
But the biggest throwback came at the end, when Zach shut down the interview to walk over to a mic stand and deliver a stand-up joke to his audience, similar to how Jerry ended earlier episodes of "Seinfeld." The joke, of course, was an insult about his guest.