A final Norm Macdonald stand-up special could soon be coming to a streamer. According to the late comedian’s friend, David Spade, Macdonald secretly taped a dry run for a planned special before his death.
Spade said he got emotional when he finally saw the footage among five of Macdonald’s closest pals, describing the jokes as "classic Norm stuff." "I definitely cried," Spade said during Wednesday’s episode of his "Fly on the Wall" podcast with Dana Carvey.
Spade said Macdonald recorded the set just eight months before his death in September at age 61 after a bout with leukemia that the "Saturday Night Live" alum kept under wraps for nearly a decade.
According to Spade, Macdonald filmed the set at the height of the pandemic while at home alone as theaters and comedy clubs remained shuttered amid sweeping lockdowns.Read more on foxnews.com