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Eddie Murphy is back hosting “Saturday Night Live” for the first time in 35 years this weekend, so it may be easy to understand, and he was a little rusty when it comes to what you can or can’t say on national television.
The “SNL” alum — who many credit with single-handedly reviving the program in the early 1980’s, I accidentally let a curse word slip through his lips at the live show on Saturday night.
During a segment called “Holiday Baking Championship,” he was heard to say: “We can still win this sh–.”
Murphy was then seen holding his hand over his mouth, in a good, and a slip of the tongue.
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Eddie Murphy is on display at the 20th annual Hollywood Film Awards in Beverly Hills, Calif., Nov. 6, 2016. (The Associated Press)
During the play, Murphy has also poked fun at how the perception of the self, and Bill Cosby have changed dramatically over the past three decades.
“If you would have told me 30 years ago that I was such a boring, stay-at-home-home dad, and Bill Cosby should be in jail … I would have taken that bet,” Murphy said.
“Who the hell is american dad, now?” he added, to the delight of the studio audience in New York City.
“If you would have told me 30 years ago that I was such a boring, stay-at-home-home dad, and Bill Cosby should be in jail … I would have taken that bet. Who is America’s father?”
— Eddie Murphy
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The comedian also returned to the hospital to pick up in the “Mister Robinson’ Neighborhood,” and for his Gumby, Buckwheat and Velvet Jones character, Variety reported.
The house was a castmember in “SNL” from 1980 to 1984, but distanced themselves from the comedian David Spade made a joke about his movie career in 1995 and say: “Look, children, a falling star!” Rolling Stone magazine reported.
His triumphant reunion performance, saw it in other comics — including Tracy Morgan, Chris Rock, and Dave Chappelle on him and the stage during his monologue as the audience is heard to yell, “Eddie! “Eddie!” The musical guest Lizzo.
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“This is the last episode of 2019 at the latest,” he said, “but if you’re black, this is the first episode since I have been back in 1984.”
It’s showing a picture of himself from the past, ” he said, “You know what they say: Money is not an end to it.”
All 10 of his children, he flew to New York City in order to turn out to be iconic reunion performance.