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Old 02-20-03, 01:09 AM
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Chappelle's Show 2/19/03

I thought this episode was hilarious. The closest it has come to the first ep.

The opening commercials with Dash and Redman were great, in particular the Dash one with the pads.
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I didn't find this episode funny at all.
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Wasn't too crazy about this episode either - the opening commercials were so-so (probably would have been funnier if I actually knew who Dash and Redman was, other than guessing they're rappers), and I found the movie clips to be tedious. The "Ask a Black Man" segment had a nice build up, but it fell somewhat flat in execution.
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I thought this was the weakest episode so far. Still had some funny parts, but all I could think about was how good last week's was.
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The short film on the airplane with the Arabs, Black Guys, White People, Native Americans, and Buffalo all in different rows was brilliant.
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Originally posted by greydt
The "Ask a Black Man" segment had a nice build up, but it fell somewhat flat in execution.
The concept sounds great, but the answer man (name escapes me) came across as just bitter.
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you've got to love chapelle

this episode wasn't that great, but still somewhat funny...he is really trying to see how long he will last

i loved the bit last week about the black people getting reparations, lol one of the guys bought a truck "i'm rich beeyotch!!!"

seems like every show from now on he's gonna start out by saying "i'm shocked the show is still on the air"
Old 02-21-03, 02:09 PM
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Originally posted by Bust
I thought this was the weakest episode so far. Still had some funny parts, but all I could think about was how good last week's was.
I agree, still a good show though.

Kiss the Rings!!!
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Originally posted by Jason
The concept sounds great, but the answer man (name escapes me) came across as just bitter.
Paul Mooney. Stand-up comic. Being bitter is his thing, kind of like how Richard Lewis is neurotic/Jewish and Louie Anderson is fat.

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