Tracy Morgan Emmy Awards Appearance: Comedian Delivers Best Drama Series Winner

By Kyle Dowling (kyle.dowling@mstarsnews.com) | Sep 20, 2015 11:10 PM EDT
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Following the horrific crash that nearly killed comedian Tracy Morgan last year, the famed 30 Rock star appeared on Sunday night's 2015 Emmy Awards to present the final award of the evening: Best Drama.

For the record, the winner of the award was Game of Thrones, but really, who cares – Tracey Morgan is back!

Morgan was introduced to the stage by longtime friend and former Saturday Night Live cast member Andy Samberg, who was also the host. The Brooklyn Nine-Nine star welcomed his friend to the stage, who then thanked everyone for their well-wishes over the course of the past 15 months.

And while Morgan appeared a tad emotional from the standing ovation, he managed to get in a few classics––like promising that there will be a couple of women who are going to get pregnant during the after party.

 As most know, Morgan was in a car accident on June 7, 2014, which took the life of his dear friend and fellow comedian James McNair, known to the 30 Rock star as Jimmy Mack.

After falling into a coma for eight days, Morgan came out and has since been trying to get back to being his old self.

Of course, on the Emmys stage, he claimed that when he woke up he was just thrilled that he wasn't the one who messed up – which further shows that he's quickly getting back to being the Tracy Morgan we all know and love.

After tonight's appearance, Morgan will take the Saturday Night Live stage to host the show on Oct. 17.

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