Chappelle's Show


Chappelle's Show
From its premiere in January 2003, Chappelle's Show was a cultural phenomenon. With characters like blind white supremacist Clayton Bigsby (who is not aware that he is black) and crack addict Tyrone Biggums, parodies like "the Mad Real World" and R. Kelly's "Piss on You" video and musical guests like Kanye West and Common, Chappelle's Show became one of Comedy Central's most popular shows ever. Dave Chappelle's portrayals of Rick James and Prince in "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories," parodies of Lil' Jon and Samuel L. Jackson, and sketches like "When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong," "The Time Haters," and a skit starring an against-type Wayne Brady made Chappelle's Show the stuff of legend.

Genre: Comedy

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  • Watch Chappelle's Show Season 3

    • Episode 3

      Episode 3

      aired: Sat, Jul 22, 2006

      Dave finally gets his chance to meet the great and powerful Show Business, and introduces us to a group of monsters victimized by discrimination.

    • Episode 2

      Episode 2

      aired: Sat, Jul 15, 2006

      Dave screams his way across the campaign trail as Howard Dean, gets into a fight as Gary Coleman, and tries to ignore the racial stereotype pixies that follow him everywhere he goes.

    • Episode 1

      Episode 1

      aired: Sat, Jul 8, 2006

      Dave's got a big new contract and sets out to get revenge on all those who have wronged him, while everyone else tries to charge him more money for everything now that he's rich.

  • Watch Chappelle's Show Season 2

    • Episode 13

      Episode 13

      aired: Tue, Apr 13, 2004

      Dave pays homage to the first black person to use a white toilet, considers how recent events would have played out if President Bush were black and spends another moment in the life of Lil' Jon.

    • Episode 12

      Episode 12

      aired: Tue, Apr 6, 2004

      Dave quits Chappelle's Show and executives at Comedy Central replace him with Wayne Brady, who takes Dave on a menacing ride. Tyrone goes on Fear Factor.

    • Episode 11

      Episode 11

      aired: Tue, Mar 30, 2004

      Dave looks at clips of sketches that were too hot for TV, including a visit to Nelson Mandela's boot camp for teens and a world where everyone is gay. Musical Performance by: Kanye West and Mos Def

    • Episode 10

      Episode 10

      aired: Wed, Mar 24, 2004

      Dave takes a closer look at the Diddy-driven show "Making da Band" and premieres his new puppet show, "Kneehigh Park." Musical Performance by: Snoop Dogg

    • Episode 9

      Episode 9

      aired: Tue, Mar 23, 2004

      Dave imagines life as Oprah's baby's daddy and shares his experience as a jury member on the O.J. Simpson trial. Musical Performance by: Wyclef Jean

    • Episode 8

      Episode 8

      aired: Tue, Mar 9, 2004

      Dave hosts his new game show "I Know Black People," with an installment of "When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong." Musical Performance by: Erykah Badu

    • Episode 7

      Episode 7

      aired: Tue, Mar 2, 2004

      Dave broadcasts the World Series of Dice and spends another moment in the life of Lil' Jon. Musical Performance by: Common and Kanye West

    • Episode 6

      Episode 6

      aired: Tue, Feb 24, 2004

      Dave considers what life is like for rap sensation Lil' Jon and imagines how sleazy the Internet would look if it were a real place. Musical Performance by: Anthony Hamilton

    • Episode 5

      Episode 5

      aired: Tue, Feb 17, 2004

      Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories featuring Prince. Negrodamus answers life's questions.

    • Episode 4

      Episode 4

      aired: Tue, Feb 10, 2004

      Dave introduces The Love Contract and the first of Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories featuring Rick James

    • Episode 3

      Episode 3

      aired: Tue, Feb 3, 2004

      Dave explores the myth that white people can't dance and charts his own emotional growth at ages 18, 24, and 30. Musical Performance by: John Mayer and Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson

    • Episode 2

      Episode 2

      aired: Tue, Jan 27, 2004

      Dave plays the watermelon-shooting Black Gallagher and introduces the Niggar Family. Paul Mooney guest stars as "Negrodamus"

    • Episode 1

      Episode 1

      aired: Tue, Jan 20, 2004

      Dave debuts Samuel Jackson beer, shows how life is cooler in slow-motion and reveals the latest picks in "the Racial Draft"

  • Watch Chappelle's Show Season 1

    • Episode 12

      Episode 12

      aired: Tue, Apr 8, 2003

      Dave shows us what happens when couples try "Trading Spouses" and introduces a family-friendly brand of pot

    • Episode 11

      Episode 11

      aired: Tue, Apr 1, 2003

      Dave sees people's inner thoughts and freaks out when a little kid beats him at video games

    • Episode 10

      Episode 10

      aired: Tue, Mar 25, 2003

      Dave presents the History Channel's coverage of great inner city gang wars from the 1980's

    • Episode 9

      Episode 9

      aired: Tue, Mar 18, 2003

      Dave takes Japan by storm in the sci-fi adventure "Blackzilla" and stars in his own video game

    • Episode 8

      Episode 8

      aired: Tue, Mar 11, 2003

      Dave uncovers racism among Hollywood’s animal stars, and Tyrone Biggums returns when his friends hold an intervention

    • Episode 7

      Episode 7

      aired: Tue, Mar 4, 2003

      Dave takes a realistic look at “Pretty Woman” and “The Matrix” and introduces the Wu-Tang Clan’s new financial consulting firm

    • Episode 6

      Episode 6

      aired: Tue, Feb 25, 2003

      Dave imagines if "The Real World" did a season with an all-black cast and one super white guy

    • Episode 5

      Episode 5

      aired: Tue, Feb 18, 2003

      Dave reflects on "Great Moments in Hookup History" and dares viewers to "Ask a Black Dude"

    • Episode 4

      Episode 4

      aired: Tue, Feb 11, 2003

      Dave awards women with great “NY boobs" and predicts the chaos caused by reparations for slavery

    • Episode 3

      Episode 3

      aired: Tue, Feb 4, 2003

      Dave shows a girl who curses her breasts the error of her ways and shares hilarious outtakes from "Roots"

    • Episode 2

      Episode 2

      aired: Tue, Jan 28, 2003

      Dave Chappelle plays a crack addict who visits an elementary school to give an anti-drug speech

    • Episode 1

      Episode 1

      aired: Tue, Jan 21, 2003

      Dave Chappelle plays America’s most vicious blind white supremacist and unveils racy “bootie” videos starring Nat King Cole

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