The Emmy Awards took place this past weekend and one very unexpected guest turned up at the ceremony. 90-year-old Bob Newhart! He helped Ben Stiller present the first award of the night. \u201cI\u2019m still alive,\u201d Newhart quips at first. Previously, Stiller had been discussing some of the biggest comedians in TV history and walking past their statues, from Lucille Ball to George Burns before landing on Newhart. \u201cYou put me with George and Lucy and it\u2019s weird,\u201d Newhart says. \u201cLike I was in some weird museum of comedy.\u201d Stiller responds, \u201cIt\u2019s more like legends of comedy,... Alive, dead \u2026 all different types of comedy!\u201d Bob Newhart goes back and forth playfully with Ben Stiller at the Emmys Bob Newhart, Ben Stiller \/ PEOPLE Newhart responds once more, \u201cThis legend is going to kick your ass, that way you\u2019ll know I\u2019m alive,\u201d he says jokingly. \u201cYou thought I was dead!\u201d Newhart gets in one last roast for Stiller, saying, \u201cI hated you, by the way, in\u00a0Tropic Thunder.\u201d Newhart actually won his first Emmy Award in 2013 for his guest appearance on\u00a0The Big Bang Theory.\u00a0It's insane to think it took that long for such a wonderful actor to win an Emmy! He had been nominated seven times before! That string of nominations began with his writing\u00a0for\u00a0The Bob Newhart Show in 1962. The 'acting' Emmy award nomination would later come for Newhart, a guest role on\u00a0ER\u00a0and the TNT movie\u00a0The Librarian: The Curse of the Judas Chalice.\u00a0 The comedian recently celebrates his 90th birthday in Vegas Bob Newhart in the Bob Newhart Show \/ CBS Earlier this month, Newhart turned 90 years old! He celebrates by heading to Vegas. He was attending The Beatles-inspired\u00a0LOVE by Cirque du Soleil at The Mirage Hotel & Casino alongside wife Ginny, three of their children and his son-in-law. Beforehand, he opens up about his incredible milestone of a birthday. The comedian says he doesn't feel 90 years old at all. \u201cMy mind doesn\u2019t . I can\u2019t turn it off,\u201d he says, then begins talking about life after death. Of course, he did it in a pure comedic manner. \u201cI think I know what\u2019s on the other side, but I\u2019m not sure. Maybe it just ends. Some people think you come back. Maybe I\u2019ll come back as Shelley Berman and be pissed off at myself.\u201d What comedy has done for him Bob Newhart \/ Richard Shotwell\/Invision\/AP Newhart continues, \u201cI think if you lived a good life, some people say it is rapture... You spend the rest of your life in a state of rapture. That\u2019d be nice. What I\u2019m actually hoping is there\u2019s the Pearly Gates and God\u2019s there and he says to me, \u2018What did you do in life?\u2019 And I say, \u2018I was a stand-up comedian.\u2019 And he says: \u2018Get in that real short line over there.'" The comedian also says that his career of making others laugh has helped his personal relationship with his wife. \u201cI think laughter is the secret to the longevity of relationships,\u201d he says. \u201cIf you can laugh, you can get through it.\u201d https:\/\/youtu.be\/Z_cjhK11w9Y Bob Newhart Remembers Tim Conway And His Ability To Make Anyone Laugh.