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Tracy Morgan is coming to Toronto for one night only (but not for a werewolf bar mitzvah)

Tracy Morgan is coming to Toronto for one night only (but not for a werewolf bar mitzvah)

Are you currently in the process of taking your cornbread behind a middle school to get it pregnant? Well, stop that for one second. Tracy Morgan is coming to Toronto for the Canadian International Comedy Fest for one night only on March 23 at 8 p.m. For the uninitiated, Morgan, a celebrated Saturday Night Live alum, plays Tracy Jordan on NBC’s 30 Rock. As Jordan (a character who is only slightly more exuberant and zany as Morgan himself), he’s performed sketches as a boy becoming a man becoming a wolf and he’s endorsed a revolutionary product that is sponsored by a putatively accredited physician from the Ho Chi Minh City school of medicine. Even if Morgan doesn’t revive these bit characters and hilarious jokes, at least we’ll finally be able to answer the question: who’s crazier? Tracy or Ann Curry. Tickets go on sale to the public on January 30.

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