Dave Chappelle is very funny. But he may not be all there mentally. He'll hopefully return to TV at some point.
Dave Chappelle Comedy Specials: Headed to Netflix!
Dave Chappelle is officially, 100%, totally and completely back.
The comedian, who received rave reviews for his Saturday Night Live hosting stint on November 12, has signed a pretty major deal with Netflix.
Kylie Jenner: Pissed at Dave Chappelle Over Caitlyn Jenner Jokes?
Our younger readers might not remember a time when Dave Chappelle ruled comedy, but trust us - if Facebook existed back in 2003, you would've been sick of everyone from your best friend to your Aunt Doris declaring themselves "Rick James, b--ch."
Unfortunately, Chappelle's groundbreaking Comedy Central sketch show ended inauspiciously after 2 proper seasons (and a pieced together portion of a third), but the 42-year-old comic found himself unexpectedly thrust back into the spotlight over the weekend thanks to a very unexpected feud with one of the most popular folks on the Internet:
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Dave Chappelle is Really, Really Tired
We've mocked past celebrities for being "exhausted."
Skeletons such as Nicole Richie and Lindsay Lohan, for example, seemed to check into hospitals purely because they hadn't eaten in weeks. Or had sniffed massive amounts of coaine.
Chappelle's Show Set to Return ... Without Dave Chappelle
Considering it would be hard to hide the fact that host Dave Chappelle isn't present for the new season of Chappelle's Show, Comedy Central is emphasizing the fact.
A preview episode sent out in advance of the July 9 broadcast tackles the issue of Chappelle's absence from the outset.