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tracy morgan

From HuffingtonPost.com:

Tracy Morgan’s new autobiography ‘I Am the New Black’ promises to be delightfully loopy–the impassioned audiobook version, even more so.

In the clip below, Morgan talks about the old days at SNL, which leave him with no love lost for former costars Chris Kattan and Cheri Oteri.

“I could remember those two, especially those two people, treating me like the invisible guy. Now look where they at. Cheri Oteri, she can’t even get arrested,” he reads.

Then he adds some extra commentary.

“That’s what happened to me over there. They never treated me well,” he says. “I never cared for them either. F— ’em.”

‘I Am the New Black’ hits shelves Oct. 20 and ’30 Rock’ returns Thursday.

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