Tracy Morgan just had his first live interview since the June 2014 crash that seriously injured the "30 Rock" alum and killed his friend James "Jimmy Mack" McNair. A Wal-Mart truck slammed the limo bus carrying Tracy and others returning from a comedy show in Delaware. Tracy's lawsuit against Wal-Mart was settled out of court at the end of May, and Tracy and his lawyer were on NBC's TODAY Show Monday, June 1, and spent about seven minutes discussing Tracy's physical and emotional state and what little he remembers of the accident itself.

After reviewing what happened with the crash, Matt Lauer first asked Tracy how he felt. "I'm -- I can't believe I'm here," Tracy said. "I can't believe I'm in front of you. I can't believe I'm just seeing the tragedy happen, it kind of -- it touches me." Tracy said he's "been down" in the past year, but his family -- including his soon-to-be-wife Megan and "30 Rock" co-star Tina Fey -- have helped keep his spirits up. "The case is settled but the pain is always going to be there for Jimmy Mack," Tracy said, tearing up. "He was a close friend of mine, a comrade in comedy. He was a loving man, he was a warm man, he was a good man. It just hurts me to see that he's gone. That's it."

Matt asked Tracy to take him back to June of last year to that accident, but Tracy said, "I don't remember the accident," he just remembers coming to and having his family there. He didn't learn that Jimmy had died until he came out of the coma and his family said they put his friend to rest. He watched the accident and Jimmy's funeral on YouTube. "I lost it for about a week." He felt compelled to watch that and pay his respects.

Tracy said he still has his good days and his bad days, when he forgets things and has headaches and nose bleeds. He's just grateful that his family didn't travel with him for that accident. "I look at that accident -- my daughter was 10 months old. She wouldn't have made it, and Megan wouldn't have made it. I don't know, man, that's really the thing that tears me up." He said bones heal, but the loss of his friend will never heal. He's grateful to Wal-Mart for taking "full responsibility" for what happened. His goal is to heal 100 percent and when that happens he'll return to comedy.

Watch the full interview below. Glad to see him recovering.


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