Larry David hosted “Saturday Night Live” Season 43 last night, and some skits were just better than others. Watch the best clips from the Nov. 4 episode, which featured musical guest Miley Cyrus, below.

“The Price Is Right Celebrity Edition” Everyone knew David’s Bernie Sanders impersonation would appear somewhere on “SNL,” but it wasn’t in a political sketch. Lil Wayne (Chris Redd), Tilda Swinton (Kate McKinnon), Chris Hemsworth (Alex Moffat) and Sanders are playing “The Price is Right.” From Bernie’s complaints about capitalism to Tilda trying to bid with David Bowie’s soul, this skit made audiences laugh.

“The Baby Step” This pre-taped “SNL” skit features Cyrus, Redd Pete Davidson and Keenan Thompson as rapping babies. They’re in full onesies and diapers, but whenever “Saturday Night Live” cuts to David, the host tells the camera he isn’t part of the sketch. The funniest part is at the end where he shames the actors for taking part in it.

“New Wife” This skit shows David’s professional character introducing his colleagues to his new young wife (Cecily Strong). She’s a performer at gay nightclubs and entertains the lawyers with a performance. This sketch wasn’t originally that funny, but watching Larry David and Kate McKinnon break character and struggle to hold back their laughter towards the end is hilarious.

Of course, not everything was a hit with audiences. David’s opening monologue included jokes about sexual predators in Hollywood being Jewish and wondering what it would be like to flirt with women in a World War II concentration camp.

“Of course the problem is there are no good opening lines in a concentration camp,” the comedian lamented to the audience, only some of whom were laughing. Several Twitter users slammed the comedian after watching his opening.

“SNL” airs Saturdays at 11:30 p.m. EDT on NBC.

Best SNL sketches from last night
“The Price Is Right Celebrity Edition” was one of the funnier sketches from last night’s “Saturday Night Live.” Will Heath/NBC