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Old 05-26-06, 07:31 PM
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Chappelle's Show: Lost Episodes -- Due 7/25/06

Paramount will release the single disc Chappelle's Show: The Lost Episodes - Uncensored on July 25th.

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Old 05-26-06, 07:36 PM
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I was wondering if they were going to release this...Thanks OP!
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I'm game.

But I thought there was a lot more footage available than three episodes worth? I thought around five-six?
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Originally Posted by Matthew Chmiel
I'm game.

But I thought there was a lot more footage available than three episodes worth? I thought around five-six?
I think there is 4 episodes with 20 skits that remain unaired. It'll probably all show up on this disc nonetheless. It's just a shame the show is dead.
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I'll be buying this for sure! Thanks OP
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Originally Posted by Case01
I think there is 4 episodes with 20 skits that remain unaired. It'll probably all show up on this disc nonetheless. It's just a shame the show is dead.

Especially since Chappelle said the only way he'd ever come back and do the show again is if they didn't air this stuff.
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Old 05-26-06, 09:38 PM
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Which gives me hope in that they are specifically NOT airing them... seems a deliberate compromise to release to DVD.
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I'll get this.
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Yahtzee. Been waiting for this, personally.
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Old 05-27-06, 08:19 AM
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I will probably buy this. I wonder how it will be priced. A 68 minute disc should be pretty cheap.
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Yeah, hopefully it isn't too much.
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That will be the deciding factor for me - price; otherwise, I'm excited - more Chappelle's Show can't be a bad thing.
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Old 05-27-06, 11:58 AM
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I think this is the same time frame that they are suppose to show these on comedy central.
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Old 05-27-06, 12:49 PM
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Originally Posted by fryinpan1
I will probably buy this. I wonder how it will be priced. A 68 minute disc should be pretty cheap.
Yeah, Comedy Central probably won't charge too much for what is likely to be the final release from their cash cow.
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Originally Posted by ThatGuamGuy
Yeah, Comedy Central probably won't charge too much for what is likely to be the final release from their cash cow.
You forgot to follow that up with a
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Originally Posted by fryinpan1
I will probably buy this. I wonder how it will be priced. A 68 minute disc should be pretty cheap.
$27.99 SRP, I've been told! For 68 minutes worth of feature!
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Deep Discount DVD has this for $19.xx. If it is just 68 minutes with no other extras hopefully the price will come down a little closer to the release.
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That's the same price as Season 1 with ~250 minutes.
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slightly off-topic, but other than the original press stating Chapelle's mysterious disappearance and rehab, is there any more recent news that would suggest what happened to his show?
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slightly off-topic, but other than the original press stating Chapelle's mysterious disappearance and rehab, is there any more recent news that would suggest what happened to his show?
Basically he felt like they were making him do things on the show that he didn't want to do and decided that if he didn't have complete control over the direction the show was going in he wasn't going to do it.
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why isn't there a boxset with all the episodes of the show?
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slightly off-topic, but other than the original press stating Chapelle's mysterious disappearance and rehab, is there any more recent news that would suggest what happened to his show?
The pressure got to Dave and he went nuts, claiming that everyone was involved in some sort of conspiracy against him. I know it sounds strange, but you have to hear him talk about it to understand just how crazy and paranoid he is.
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Originally Posted by animatedude
why isn't there a boxset with all the episodes of the show?

I'm sure there will be, once this comes out.
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Dave heard a white guy "laughing too hard" at a sketch in which Dave was wearing blackface and telling black celebrities to act stereotypically.

Basically, yeah, he went nuts.
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Old 05-30-06, 01:02 PM
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Wait, the show is completely dead?
I thought they were going to show the unaired episodes (I heard 4-5 too) whilst he made more sketches.

Boo.

I don't think it's fair to say that he "went nuts." Wasn't more of artistic pressure?
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