Tracy Morgan Makes Light of His Brain Injury in New 'SNL' Promo
The comedian, who was hurt in the June 2014 crash, will host this week's episode.
Tracy Morgan returns has made light of his traumatic brain injury in a promo clip ahead of his return to Saturday Night Live this weekend.
He will appear on the show this weekend, 15 months after surviving a deadly highway crash.
In one skit, SNL star Bobby Moynihan tells the host: “Tracy, it’s such an honor to have you back, man.”
The confused comic replied: “Back where?
“Back at SNL,” Moynihan tells him.
Morgan then questions his former costar: “Did I use to work here?”
“Yeah, you used to work here for seven years,” the cast member said.
"I can't remember anything," Morgan replies.
He then cracks a few jokes with Moynihan about how he does remember everything, including how the cast member owes him money.
In another promo, the comic said: “Hi, I’m Tracy Morgan and I’m hosting Saturday Night Live’s season finale this week with musical guest Demi Lovato.
Moynihan chimes in and tells Morgan: “Oh no, Tracy this is not the season finale.”
“Oh, it will be after I’m done with it,” the host mentions.
It was announced in August that Morgan would host SNL and made his return to the stage at September's year’s Emmy awards.
Morgan has also been surprising fans in New York City with stand-up performances to get himself ready for his big night.
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