Julia Louis-Dreyfus became the sixth woman to receive the Mark Twain Prize for American Humor over the weekend when she was honored by pals and colleagues including Bryan Cranston, Tina Fey, Ilana Glazer, Keegan-Michael Key, Lisa Kudrow and Jerry Seinfeld at the Kennedy Center in Washington, D.C. "I've always liked Julia—maybe because I'd like to believe that we have a lot in common," said Tina, one of multiple stars to honor Julia over the course of the evening. "We both studied comedy in Chicago," she continued before adding a crack about Julia's husband, quipping, "we both lost our virginity to Brad Hall ... just me?" Julia took the stage near the end of the night and was just as funny. "When Mark Twain first emailed me about the Mark Twain prize, I have to admit I totally misunderstood. I thought I was being asked to honor someone else," she joked, according to E! News. "What a hassle. I have to go all the way to Washington, D.C., and make up flattering things to say about how funny someone else is. And then I realized: It's me. I get the prize, and my attitude about the whole thing changed. It really did. This is a great night, a great honor. Anybody would be lucky to be part of a night like this honoring someone like me."