Tracy Morgan serenaded his 30 Rock castmates with a little Boyz II Men last night
Set your DVRs, kids. It’s gonna be a good one.
Late Night PreGame: Playlist: Best of the 30 Rock Cast on Late Night
Jimmy Fallon and Tracy Morgan Read ‘Twas the Night Before Christmas’
[via GrubstreetNY] “This is my family. These people know me,” he says. “This is fancy, man. They cook the food right in front of you. They might go to Pathmark and buy it, but they’re gonna cook it. Fancy.”
He says at one point, he was hitting this specific location three or four times a week. He also says he got a hibachi grill installed at his house and hires Benihana staffers to host Benihana nights at his house. It’s not surprising, then, that 30 Rock’s writers got the idea for last night’s plot line. “When they put Benihana on the show — all the writers know that I love this place — that was the greatest compliment they could show me.”
Tracy Morgan’s life is stranger than fiction.
Tracy singing “New York New York” and “Killing Me Softly” through the link.
Okay FNO, I forgive you. If only for begetting this glory.
New episode of 7 Minutes in Heaven w/ Mike O’Brien featuring Tracy Morgan.
With the frustrating diplomacy of a future politician.
Click through for more details, solid reporting over at EW regarding the whole thing.
All is right in the universe.
Here’s the news article originally cited.
(h/t to Gisele)
Expect a huge void on TGS in March: EW has learned exclusively that Tracy Morgan — aka Tracy Jordan, the star of the show within the show, 30 Rock – will miss at least two episodes of the NBC comedy because he’s recovering from surgery. The comedian underwent a kidney transplant on or around Dec. 10 and though the surgery was successful — he was seen at a Knicks game on Friday – the writers are giving him plenty of time to recover.
EW has learned that executive producer Tina Fey and her team of scribes to address Morgan’s absence by saying he has some sort of a meltdown because of a good thing that’s happened to him. He’s expected to miss at least two, maybe three episodes, that will air March.
People Gon’ Get Pregnant: Promo for Tracy Morgan’s Upcoming HBO Special “Black and Blue” which premieres November 10th. (via Warming Glow)
The second Morgan starts to take himself seriously is the second this whole thing goes downhill.