Last night was Michelle Obama’s last appearance on Jimmy Fallon as First Lady—though not necessarily her last appearance ever on the show, we hope. Charismatic and charming as always, Obama made the night great with special guests Jerry Seinfeld and Dave Chappelle showing up to play a game of “Catchphrase”—watch that above. Seinfeld showed up appropriately well-dressed for the FLOTUS’ last night on Fallon, sporting a tuxedo, and jokingly asked at the beginning of the game, “Can’t we just talk?”
Fallon and Obama also talked life after the White House, with Obama voicing her hope for the continual support of healthy school lunches and girls’ education. “Yeah, I’m not done. I’m too young, I’m too young to stop,” Obama said to loud applause. Later, Stevie Wonder serenaded the First Lady with a medley of “Isn’t She Lovely,” and “My Cherie Amour,” though he changed “Cherie” to “Michelle.” Watch and listen to the many high points of the night below.