Eddie Murphy’s Return!

Eddie Murphy made a triumphant return to SNL – here are clips – and make sure to watch “Dolemite Is My Name” as well!

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After thirty-five years, Eddie Murphy made his triumphant return to Saturday Night Live last night. If you ever doubted the claims of how he saved the show when he was a cast member from 1980-1984, this should dispel them. In the first two sketches I’m sharing, he brought back two of his beloved characters, Mr. Robinson, and Gumby. And the final sketch, which probably would have been a lump of coal in anyone else’s hands, proved that Murphy can turn anything into comedic gold!

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  1. Eddie Murphy is one of my favorite comedians nowadays he can really create hilarious jokes. To be able to create something as good as a joke of Eddie Murphy you need to develop writing skills and findwritingservice.com/blog/a-complete-guide-how-to-become-famous-on-social-media will be a good choice.

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  2. This is my favorite actor and I like all his performances. He is the person who deserves our attention. Amazing stuff!

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  3. Thanks John, and all the best of the season to you!

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  4. As I said on Kim’s blog, I’m not a huge fan of Eddy. But I am so pleased everyone enjoyed his return to SNL.
    Best wishes, Pete.

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