Surprisingly, it didn't involve arm wrestling.
Denise Richards joins Tracy Morgan and Tina Fey in protest on the set of '30 Rock.'
Which is not quite the same as being sorry he said it.
His shirt, surprisingly, stays on.
"Do you respect Shakespeare?" "Who, Willy?"
"It's the kind of story that even if it happened to someone else, we would probably turn it into a Tracy story," says Tina Fey.
It was his first appearance since this month's flap.
"This is an opportunity in my life to make a difference."
"He manned up and took full responsibility for what he did, which I really, really appreciate."
"I have to defend it, because if I was in his role ... I would want someone to step forward and say something."
"The cat I'm working with up the river is a very fine man with the best intentions."
After Tracy Morgan's controversy, have you lost your desire to Netflix old '30 Rock' episodes?
"There but for the grace of God go all of us!"
The comedian walks back his comments in a talk with Russell Simmons.
Read all the reactions to Morgan's homophobic routine.
Read her statement.
Women aren't really attracted to other women, they just hate men, he told a Nashville crowd.
Plus: Conan O'Brien shows us his O-face, on our regular late-night roundup.
"While this asshole is going on stage making a fool of himself, his kids are going to suffer."
Plus, Gary Busey talks some classically awkward smack about Meatloaf, on our regular late-night roundup.
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Plus, Aziz Ansari testifies firsthand that 50 Cent has no idea what a grapefruit is, on our regular late-night roundup.
"He felt as though it was his duty to sabotage pieces that were written by women."
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Plus, James Franco explained the lazy film-school game that spawned his new film, on our regular late-night roundup.
From Russell Brand in 'Hop' to Eddie Murphy in 'Shrek.'
Like Tina Fey, booze, and rap.