Now Williams is back on his feet and ready to make you laugh. Not only has the funny man rescheduled his original dates, but he’s also added new ones. Although tickets purchased for the original dates will be honored, word from the Williams camp is those holding the original tickets should check with the venue for complete details.

The first date on Williams’ revised comedy trek for his “Weapons Of Self-Destruction” tour is Sept. 30 in Bloomington, Ind., at the Indiana University Auditorium. Other stops include Chicago (Oct. 3); Louisville (Oct. 6); Little Rock (Oct. 9); Atlanta (Oct. 16); Tampa (Oct. 20); Detroit (Oct. 31); St. Louis (Nov. 1) and Atlantic City (Nov. 27-28).

Williams is also appearing on “The Late Show With David Letterman” tonight, plugging his appearance in the new movie “Night At The Museum: Battle Of The Smithsonian,” which has its world premiere on Friday May 14 before going into general release one week later on May 22.

“This little break has given me more energy than ever,” Williams said. “Plus it’s wonderful to have a cow valve … If you don’t mind the grazing, it’s quite invigorating.”