Comedian Dave Chappelle hosts this sketch-comedy show that parodies many of the nuances of race and culture. Chappelle performs a short stand up in front of a live audience, which serves to introduce the upcoming skit. The focus then shifts to a pre-recorded skit.
Last EpisodeTV Special: Shart Week Aired: Aug. 07, 2014
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Series Fun Facts
- During a stand-up performance in Sacramento, CA, Chappelle ended it abruptly after berating the audience for repeating the show's catchphrases and having difficulties with his career.
- According to Neal Brennan, noted political comedian Mort Sahl was offered a role in a sketch but he turned it down. The sketch was never shot.
- Sketches were shot for the aborted third season but did not air including: - A parody of Michael Jackson's videos Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983) (V) and "Beat It" referencing his child…
[show]Sketches were shot for the aborted third season but did not air including: - A parody of Michael Jackson's videos Michael Jackson: Thriller (1983) (V) and "Beat It" referencing his child molestation trial - A parody of Super Size Me called "Maximize Me" - A sequel to Daddy Day Care starring Charlie Murphy - Dave uses the speech patterns of politicians to receive special treatment at a coffee shop and a strip club - A parody of the Virgin Mobile commercials featuring two singers on the street - A "Hip-Hop Newsbreak" portraying the lyrics of Nas's "If I Ruled the World" - Dave imagines what would what happen if he sold a ringtone and spoke at the Republican National Convention - A "Hip-Hop Newsbreak" stating lyrics of Dr. Dre's "Still D.R.E." - Dave harasses his ex-girlfriend's husband at his job at a donut shop - A "Hip-Hop Newsbreak" stating lyrics of Das Efx's "They Want EFX"