Tracy Morgan to return to ‘Saturday Night Live’ soon after car incident

Tracy Morgan: ‘Walmart did proper by me’ Tracy Morgan is returning to host ” Saturday Night time Dwell .”

The previous cast member will show up on Oct seventeen for the initial time given that becoming critically injured in a automobile wreck that occurred in June of 2014, NBC introduced on Monday.

Morgan, forty six, suffered broken ribs, a broken nose, and damaged leg when a Walmart tractor-trailer hit the limo bus that the comic was touring in on the New Jersey Turnpike final yr. A single particular person died in the crash, and other folks ended up hurt.

Morgan’s injuries have been so significant that the “30 Rock” star was ” even now having difficulties ” practically two months soon after the crash.

The comic conveyed his contentment to return to the iconic demonstrate tweeting on Monday that he was “stoked to be likely house.”

Stoked to be going property… #SNL

— Tracy Morgan (@RealTracyMorgan) August 17, 2015

Subsequent the wreck, individuals in the comedy neighborhood sent their effectively-wishes to Morgan with fellow “30 Rock” co-stars Alec Baldwin and Tina Fey taking a second during the 40th anniversary celebration of “Saturday Evening Stay” to converse about Morgan.

“I would like my buddy Tracy Morgan was here tonight, and I know he was hoping he’d be effectively adequate to be right here also,” Fey mentioned during the unique.

Morgan gave his very first job interview right after the accident in June saying that he “loved comedy” and couldn’t wait to return. Nonetheless, for the duration of the interview he mentioned his main priority was to get better and heal.

“I’m not a 100% yet,” Morgan stated at the time. “When I’m there, you’ll know it.”

The comic settled with Walmart in Might above the incident for an undisclosed sum.

NBC also announced that Miley Cyrus would open up the 41st year of SNL on Oct three. Comic Amy Schumer, coming off her breakout position in Universal’s “Trainwreck, will host the present on Oct ten.

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