Chappelle’s Show

What he also deserves credit for is his business savvy after obtaining the rights back from Comedy Central for his famed Chappelle's Show series, ending a long-running saga positively.

Dave Chappelle was clearly ahead of his time. It turns out that one of his most famous characters from his eponymous television series - Clayton Bigsby (you'll remember him as the blind Black man who happens to be a staunch white supremacist) - actually exists in real life and goes by the name of Daniel Sims.

We heard from Chappelle’s Show co-creator Neil Brennan about the time R. Kelly sent goons to confront Dave Chappelle. Now we get to listen to the story about the confrontation from the comedian himself and how he how he hilariously clapped back the king of R&Pee.

One the greatest skits from Chappelle’s Show featured Charlie Murphy recounting getting blessed with buckets while playing basketball against the music icon. So naturally many wondered what Dave Chappelle would say about the Purple One’s passing.

Get ready to feel extremely old. On January 22nd 2003, Chappelle’s Show made its debut on Comedy Central.

The Beastie Boys performed “The New Style,” off their debut album Licensed To Ill, for the third season of Chappelle’s Show. The footage never aired since Dave Chappelle decided to bounce, but yesterday the show’s co-founder Neal Brennan uploaded the clip to YouTube in light of the recent passing of Adam “MCA” Yauch. Heavily sampled […]