Who tells the best Tracy Morgan story– Jack McBrayer, Tina Fey or Luke Wilson?

By | April 7, 2011 at 9:56 pm | 4 comments | Audio/Video, TV/Movies | Tags: , , , , ,

On tonight’s episode of Conan (11 pm EST), 30 Rock‘s Jack McBrayer visits Coco. As is the case with seemingly every 30 Rock cast member interview, the discussion disintegrates accelerates into a discussion about working with Tracy Morgan, who, as you know, is the oddest person alive. Check out the clip below.

So this got me thinking about two other Tracy Morgan stories we’ve posted about in the past; both of them come from Late Show With David Letterman. In the first, Tina Fey chats about working with the man on 30 Rock; the second video finds Luke Wilson reminiscing about working with Tracy on the movie Death At A Funeral. So, who tells the best story?

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  • http://lordofthefives.com Graham

    Oh man, Jim Breuer has the best Tracy stories and impressions on his show on Sirius. He talks about him and the guys “fake raping” Will Ferrel on SNL to get him to break character and it’s ridiculous.

  • Stoney

    The answer is D): None of the above

    These are great, but if you truly want to hear a spectacular story involving Tracy Morgan I suggest downloading the Joe Rogan podcast interview with Bert Kreischer from a couple of months ago!

  • Bruno

    None of the above. The answer is Jay Mohr on Opie and Anthony. Check it out on youtube.

  • http://www.theaterhopper.com Tom Brazelton

    He may not have the best impression, but I gotta give it to Luke Wilson for telling the most interesting story.

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