Macaulay Culkin, Bob Saget, and Seth Green Might Have Just Taken the Best Selfie of 2015

Did they watch Home Alone after?

Macaulay Culkin and Bob Saget are apparently best friends now. The actors, along with Seth Green and his wife Clare Grant, posed for an epic selfie together while hanging out in NYC's Times Square Wednesday, Dec. 2.

"Fun times last night after show in the #TimesSquare with friends @ClareGrant, Macaulay Culkin, and the master of the selfie, my pal @SethGreen," Saget, 59, captioned the Instagram photo on Thursday.

Green, 41, snapped the photo as Saget stared straight at the camera. Culkin, 35, meanwhile, seemed to be pondering something. . . about life.

Saget is currently starring in the Broadway show Hand to God. Culkin, Green and Grant, attended the show before hitting the town.

"Saw my buddy @bobsaget in the outrageous @handtogodbway last night- excellent cast, provocative show- really worth checking out," Green wrote via Instagram on Thursday night. "@SteveBoyer5000 blew my mind a little bit. #broadway #Theatre #Puppets."

Saget also received support from Carole Radziwill that night. The Real Housewives of New York City star took her boyfriend, Adam Kenworthy, 30 — the same younger hunk who drove a wedge between Radziwill and Luann de Lesseps — as her plus-one.

Funnyman ❤ @bobsaget backstage at his brilliantly funny new play. ✋ 2 ? #HandToGodbway #pastorselfie #broadway #puppets

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"Funnyman @bobsaget backstage at his brilliantly funny new play," Radziwill, 52, captioned an Instagram pic of the trio. "#HandToGodbway #pastorselfie #broadway #puppets."

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