Tracy Morgan is back and getting everyone in the building pregnant.
The 49-year-old comedian will make his return to "Saturday Night Live" this week for the first time since a tragic car accident in June 2014 left him suffering traumatic brain injuries.
In Morgan's true style, he's not afraid to make fun of his injuries in the first promos for his hosting gig, joking about forgetting where he is and whether or not he's worked there before.
"Hi! I'm Tracy Morgan and I'm hosting 'SNL' this week with musical guest, Demi Lovato!" he kicks off the teaser.
"SNL" player Bobby Moynihan adds, "Ah! Tracy it's such an honor to have you back, man!"
"Back where?" Morgan asks. "Did I used to work here? I can't remember anymore!"
When Moynihan expresses his apologies, Morgan starts cracking up. "I'm messing with you Bobby!" he exclaims. "Yeah, I remember everything... I remember you owe me $72!"
In a another promo, Moynihan tells Morgan how good it is to have him host. "Thank you Bobby," Morgan responds, adding his go-to line, "I'm going to get everyone in this building pregnant!"
"That's our Tracy!" Moynihan gasps with relief.
His "SNL" appearance is just the latest step in Morgan's comeback as of late. On Tuesday, he performed his first live stand-up since his car accident.
"My first time on stage in 16 months at the #ComedyCellar!" Morgan tweeted about the show. "Picking up the pieces!"
Before that, he also made a surprise appearance at the 2015 Emmy Awards, receiving a standing ovation from the audience after he walked onstage–something doctors thought he may never be able to do again.