Darrell Hammond returns to Late Show with David Letterman

For the first time since publishing his heart-wrenching memoir, Darrell Hammond returned to the Ed Sullivan Theater to perform stand-up Friday on Late Show with David Letterman.

Don’t worry. Things didn’t get maudlin here. Nope. Instead, you’re treated to Hammond’s familiar impersonations made famous on his record-setting tenure on Saturday Night Live, including former President Bill Clinton and current millionaire buffoon Donald Trump. Plus, Hammond offers his thoughts as a traveling comedian on the power of the TSA to counter terrorism. Roll the clip!

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