Comedian Eddie Murphy was honored with the Mark Twain Prize on Sunday, and he decided to talk about one the award's past recipients: Bill Cosby. It's a big deal for Murphy to talk about Bill Cosby, because he famously refused to play him in a sketch during SNL's recent 40th anniversary. Also, Eddie Murphy hasn't gotten out there and told a joke on stage since 1987. It's a testament to Eddie Murphy's talent that he's so famous as a joke-teller when most people born in the last three decades know him from movies like Norbit. His timing is certainly still good, though, and the audience appears to be loving it in the clip below (his speech begins around 3:32):

Sources: Associated Press