History Series / ChappellesShow

16th Jan '17 10:15:09 PM AriRockefeller
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16th Jan '17 10:12:29 PM AriRockefeller
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'''Dinkins:''' ''[deadpan]'' Okay. ''[casually shoots Leonard in the kneecap and takes the money out of his hands]''

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'''Dinkins:''' ''[deadpan]'' Okay. ''[casually shoots Leonard in the kneecap and takes the money out of his hands]''hands]''\\
16th Jan '17 10:12:02 PM AriRockefeller
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'''Washington''': ''(collapses, Phiuck Yu catches him)'' This nigga gone lost his god damn mind!
7th Jan '17 2:55:50 PM DustSnitch
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* MundaneMadeAwesome: The Slow Motion skits would turn Dave from a complete loser to a total BadAss when they "replayed" the video in slow motion. (The slo-mo replays were actually different clips that followed a similar sequence of events to that of the regular-motion clips, but the events played out in Dave's favor in the slo-mo videos (except when he sat on the toilet).)

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* MundaneMadeAwesome: The Slow Motion skits would turn Dave from a complete loser to a total BadAss badass when they "replayed" the video in slow motion. (The slo-mo replays were actually different clips that followed a similar sequence of events to that of the regular-motion clips, but the events played out in Dave's favor in the slo-mo videos (except when he sat on the toilet).)
6th Dec '16 11:52:39 AM JesseMB27
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* CapitalismIsBad: The [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=E0sh4bzB-2E "WacArnold's" skit]] satirizes some of UsefulNotes/McDonalds commercials by showing a young African-American man named Calvin who gets a job at the [=McDonald's=] erstaz while the narrator explains the benefits of working at the company in a set of commercials. Though with each commercial, it portrays it in a less appealing manner: one woman who had congratulated Calvin had died from eating cheap, high cholesterol foods from [=WacArnold=]'s; his Black majority neighborhood's economic well-being is no better than it was prior to the [=WacArnold=] restaurant opening; and Calvin can't adequately care for his family on his minimum wage job.
4th Dec '16 11:51:45 AM timtom15
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* ChingChong: In a skit about the blind, black [[BoomerangBigot white supremacist]] Clayton Bigsby, the character refers to this at one point when talking about Chinese people.
16th Nov '16 2:29:52 PM neander7hal
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As fans would find out, Dave Chappelle had become disillusioned with fame and the show: his edgy, in-your-face racial humor was being [[ModernMinstrelsy taken at face value by his now predominately white fanbase]], culminating in him coming to the conclusion that he had become the very thing he was mocking with his racially charged material. Adding to this was [[ExecutiveMeddling Comedy Central, who had given the show free rein for seasons one and two, suddenly sticking their noses into the production of the program]] and Chappelle falling out with Neal Brennan, Dave's partner and co-creator of ''Chapelle's Show'', who was more concerned with keeping the gravy train running than with his crisis (although Neal and others argue that this wasn't the case).

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As fans would find out, Dave Chappelle had become disillusioned with fame and the show: his edgy, in-your-face racial humor was being [[ModernMinstrelsy taken at face value by his now predominately white fanbase]], culminating in him coming to the conclusion that he had become the very thing he was mocking with his racially charged material. Adding to this was [[ExecutiveMeddling Comedy Central, who had given the show free rein for seasons one and two, suddenly sticking their noses into the production of the program]] and Chappelle falling out with Neal Brennan, Dave's partner and co-creator of ''Chapelle's ''Chappelle's Show'', who was more concerned with keeping the gravy train running than with his crisis (although Neal and others argue that this wasn't the case).
15th Nov '16 11:16:38 AM Pren
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After eleven years, several of the show's most popular characters were brought back one more time when Dave hosted ''Series/SaturdayNightLive'' in a rare public appearance since walking away from the job.
5th Aug '16 4:06:39 PM HarryLovesHermione
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* ItAmusedMe: Rick James's rationale for grinding his muddy boots in Eddie Murphy's couch.
-->'''Rick James''': Yeah, I remember grinding my feet in Eddie's couch.
-->'''Neal Brennan''': Do you remember why you did it?
-->'''Rick James''': Because Eddie could buy another one.
12th Jun '16 5:01:10 PM DeisTheAlcano
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* ACupAngst: Inverted in ''[[ItsAWonderfulPlot It's a Wonderful Breast]];'' Sheila, the sketch's main character laments how much of an inconvenience her large breasts are, when an AlmightyJanitor shows her what the world would be like if they were smaller, culminating in her next door neighbor blowing up the world out of having nothing to live for (Sheila's breasts gave him [[ADateWithRosiePalms some degree of consolation]]). By the end of the sketch, she not only embraces her cup size, but also ponders getting implants.


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* DCupDistress: Inverted in ''[[ItsAWonderfulPlot It's a Wonderful Breast]];'' Sheila, the sketch's main character laments how much of an inconvenience her large breasts are, when an AlmightyJanitor shows her what the world would be like if they were smaller, culminating in her next door neighbor blowing up the world out of having nothing to live for (Sheila's breasts gave him [[ADateWithRosiePalms some degree of consolation]]). By the end of the sketch, she not only embraces her cup size, but also ponders getting implants.
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