Dave finally gets his chance to meet the great and powerful Show Business, and introduces us to a group of monsters victimized by discrimination.
Dave screams his way across the campaign trail as Howard Dean, gets into a fight as Gary Coleman, and tries to ignore the racial stereotype pixies that follow him everywhere he goes.
Dave's got a big new contract and sets out to get revenge on all those who have wronged him, while everyone else tries to charge him more money for everything now that he's rich.
Dave pays homage to the first black person to use a white toilet, considers how recent events would have played out if President Bush were black and spends another moment in the life of Lil' Jon.
Dave quits Chappelle's Show and executives at Comedy Central replace him with Wayne Brady, who takes Dave on a menacing ride. Tyrone goes on Fear Factor.
Dave looks at clips of sketches that were too hot for TV, including a visit to Nelson Mandela's boot camp for teens and a world where everyone is gay. Musical Performance by: Kanye West and Mos Def
Dave takes a closer look at the Diddy-driven show "Making da Band" and premieres his new puppet show, "Kneehigh Park." Musical Performance by: Snoop Dogg
Dave imagines life as Oprah's baby's daddy and shares his experience as a jury member on the O.J. Simpson trial. Musical Performance by: Wyclef Jean
Dave hosts his new game show "I Know Black People," with an installment of "When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong." Musical Performance by: Erykah Badu
Dave broadcasts the World Series of Dice and spends another moment in the life of Lil' Jon. Musical Performance by: Common and Kanye West
Dave considers what life is like for rap sensation Lil' Jon and imagines how sleazy the Internet would look if it were a real place. Musical Performance by: Anthony Hamilton
Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories featuring Prince. Negrodamus answers life's questions.
Dave introduces The Love Contract and the first of Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories featuring Rick James
Dave explores the myth that white people can't dance and charts his own emotional growth at ages 18, 24, and 30. Musical Performance by: John Mayer and Ahmir "?uestlove" Thompson
Dave plays the watermelon-shooting Black Gallagher and introduces the Niggar Family. Paul Mooney guest stars as "Negrodamus"
Dave debuts Samuel Jackson beer, shows how life is cooler in slow-motion and reveals the latest picks in "the Racial Draft"
The long awaited lost episodes are right here. With the success of the first two seasons, Dave's got a big new contract (and he's richer than rich, bitch!) so he's getting revenge on everyone from his past, as only he can.
Hailed by critics and a social phenomenon unto itself, Chappelle's Show offers Dave Chappelle's street-smart, thought-provoking and hilarious brand of comedy. A little bit of stand-up and a whole lot of hellacious sketch, Chappelle's Show brings the funk and the noise - so check it out!
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