Tracy Morgan's 'SNL' Monolgue Was A '30 Rock' Reunion

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Tracy Morgan returned to the "Saturday Night Live" stage last night where he kicked things off with a little nod to his days on "30 Rock."

He opened up his monologue by telling the crowd how happy he was to be back "home" on "SNL." Then, the comedian took us back to 2012 with a parody episode of "30 Rock" that predicted his real-life car accident. To make the sketch even better, Morgan enlisted his former "30 Rock" costars Tina Fey, Alec Baldwin, Jane Krakowski and Jack McBrayer to reprise their roles. You can watch the entire clip below: 

During his monologue, Morgan also thanked Lorne Michaels for being his Obi-Wan Kenobi. He said that after his tragic car crash, he called Michaels and said, "I want to come home." 

"And  here I am," he said.  

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