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Chappelle's Show

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.

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03x03 The Lost Episodes (3) Aired: Jul. 23, 2006

The Monsters: Frankenstein (Charlie Murphy), the wolf man (Dave), and the mummy (Donell Rawlings) each have problems. They think everything happens …

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Chappelle's Show is Canceled/Ended
The show had 3 seasons and 33 episodes air between 2003 and 2006.

Series Info

Type:
N/A
Premiered:
Jan. 22, 2003
Status:
Canceled/Ended
Runtime:
30 min.
Aired:
2003 - 2006
To-Date:
3 Seasons
33 Episodes
Network
Comedy Central TV Network
AKA:
Chappelle's Show-The Lost Episodes (Season 3)
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Series Fun Facts

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  • Somewhere in every episode of the second season, the same man can be seen intensely dancing "The Robot". He is Karl Lake, set dresser for the show. In the first season, he was asked to be in…
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    Somewhere in every episode of the second season, the same man can be seen intensely dancing "The Robot". He is Karl Lake, set dresser for the show. In the first season, he was asked to be in a crowd scene and do something funny. Chappelle liked the dance Lake was doing and made it a fixture of the second season.
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  • 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 Thriller (1983) (TV) and "Beat It" referencing his child molestation trial -…
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    Sketches were shot for the aborted third season but did not air including: - A parody of Michael Jackson's videos Thriller (1983) (TV) 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"
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