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  • I miss The Dave Chappelle Show

    the first two seasons were pure win.

    Has he done any work recently? Loved his stand up.

  • #2
    I just keep watchin' the DVDs. Kinda like Arrested Development. Last thing I recall him doing was that "Dave Chappelle's Block Party" movie-thingum. Didn't see though. The previews made it look more like a rally than anything...
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    • #3
      The Wayne Brady Skit will go down in my funniest tv moments Hall Of Fame. I still laugh my ass off when I see that.



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      • #4
        god damn that was a good show. the first episode i ever saw was the slow motion episode,
        "remeber not everything is better in slow mo, this is a video of me taking a ****************"
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        • #5
          Keepin It Real.


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          • #6
            The Wayne Brady Skit will go down in my funniest tv moments Hall Of Fame. I still laugh my ass off when I see that.



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            wayne brady was epic.


            and all the charlie murphy stories were too.

            Real World was ****************ing funny too.

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            • #7
              haha, love the Rick James and Prince Charlie Murphy stories.



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              • #8
                If you watch the uncut interviews with Rick James and without the audience laughter, it's actually kinda sad. The dude is barely coherent and has a hard time with sentences. It def wasn't an act how he was being, haha.
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                Look man, if RSBro is telling you not to give in to the pimp side and keep it rational, I'd listen.









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                Originally Posted by Murdoch


                Not to be a dick, but you're a pretentious douche, and a closet Periphery fan.









                Originally Posted by jnurp


                im in nyc, you are in texas, will a long distance relationship work?

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                • #9
                  So many great moments on that show. Just too many to list, because once I start I remember dozens of equally hilarious bits. They play it here in Chicago on a local channel every Sunday night and every Monday my helper and I laugh our asses off as we talk about the episodes on the job site..
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                  • #10
                    I've been watching season 2 on netflix here lately....i miss that crazy ****************er alot
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                    • #11
                      That show was a one of televisions last gems for me. My friends and I still to this day will quote that show for indefinite amounts of time.
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                      • #12
                        That show was a one of televisions last gems for me. My friends and I still to this day will quote that show for indefinite amounts of time.


                        this.

                        and if i make new friends who dont know wtf im talking about, i will pop in season 2 and make them watch it till they can finish the quotes with me lol. his comedy is ****************in crack.
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                        I saw 2 guys do it, and all they did was laugh really hard and say What The **************** a few times. No deaths or near-deaths occured.

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                        • #13
                          The Clayton Bigsby skit was probably the best way to start that show. I was hooked after that. ****************ing hilarious.
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                          • #14
                            I will never forget the first time it aired in Comedy Central. That skit with the KKK bit I was so sure he'd get a lot of flak, but it made him much more in demand.

                            Still hoping he can continue on to a different network. I don't know why HBO hasn't approached him when he was having 'troubles'.
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                            • #15
                              Amazing show. I was in college when it first aired, and during the initial showing of the Wayne Brady episode we were running up and down the hall at the commercial breaks telling people they had to watch it until finally our entire hall had our doors open, TVs on full blast, all watching, people running between rooms.

                              For me it is one of the very few TV moments that actually transcended passive watching and became an experience.

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