Tracy Morgan went through physical rehabilitation to physically recover from a lethal automobile disintegrate virtually 4 years ago, but in order to mend mentally, “The Last O.G.” star applied unorthodox methods.

“My son…he turned me onto’ Key and Peele, ’ that helped my healing process “because thats” the funniest circumstance. I was sitting there cracked the f-k up not knowing my name, but I was tittering, ” Morgan said in a conversation at New York Magazine’s Vulture Festival Saturday night.

“Months afterwards I would watch it every day.”

Morgan’s love of “Key and Peele” stimulated him to reach out to Jordan Peele, who now raises “The Last-place O.G.” The duo converged for the first time hours before Morgan astonished the 2015 Emmys with an appearance, where he received a standing ovation.

In addition to Peele’s series, Morgan too watched footage of the car gate-crash that took James McNair’s life and left Morgan in a coma.

“I would watch the accident on YouTube. It helped my healing process, ” he shared. “I would watch where I got hit, where my friend died.”

“That was part of my healing, watching it.”

This article initially appeared on Page Six .


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