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The sketch-comedy show, starring comic Dave Chappelle, follows the tried-and-true formula of similar shows that preceded it. Chappelle performs a stand-up routine that leads into a taped comedy sketch. The show usually ends with a musical performance. The show is often considered to be controversial due to its use of racial humor.

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Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories: Prince; Paul Mooney as "Negrodamus"; musical guest Cee-Lo.
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Dave's got a new contract and seeks out revenge on everyone who has wronged him; everyone tries to charge Dave more money now that he's rich.
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Dave hosts a new game show called, "Who Knows Black People"; "When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong"; musician Erykah Badu performs.
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"Creative Solutions"; "Racial Draft"; "Samuel Jackson Beer"; "Genetic Dissenter"; "Campaign Advertisements."
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A vicious, blind white-supremacist; racy "booty" videos featuring Nat King Cole. Dave Chappelle stars.
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The show "Making da Band"; musical guest Snoop Dogg; appearances by Q-Tip and Wyclef; the puppet show, Kneehigh Park.
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New hip-hop products; "Great Moments in Hookup History"; "Ask a Black Dude"; musical performance by Fat Joe.
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"Trading Spouses"; marijuana with no THC; musical guest BlackStar featuring Mos Def and Talib Kweli perform.
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If President Bush had been black; special guests actor Jamie Foxx and musician Lil' John; musical guest Big Boi.
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"Girls Gone Wild"; "Antwone Fisher"; "Ask a Gay Guy"; "The Mad Real World"; musician David Broom performs.
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Old music videos hint at future sex scandals; History Channel coverage of inner-city gang wars from the 1980s; music guest: Gza.
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"WacArnold's"; black watermelon-smashing Gallagher; Paul Mooney as "Negrodamus"; musician DMX performs.
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Tyrone Biggums returns as a guest on "Fear Factor"; athlete Joe Rogan; comic-talk show host Wayne Brady; musical guest Talib Kweli.
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Dave hits the campaign trail as Howard Dean; Dave gets into a fight as Gary Coleman; racial stereotype pixies.
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A crack addict gives an anti-drug speech at an elementary school; music guest Mos Def; With Dave Chappelle.
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Record companies recruit street musicians to be rap stars; a boy beats Dave at a video game; a video camera shows the future; De La Soul performs.
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Shopping network sells gross products; "Roots" outtakes; reality show pilot; rapper Talib Kweli performs.
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The World Series of Dice; a moment in the life of rapper Lil' John; musical guests Common and Kanye West.
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Racism among Hollywood's animal stars; Tyrone Bigguns crack intervention; great moments in hookup history.
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Dave thinks Oprah is pregnant with his child; Dave's experience as a member of the jury pool on the O.J. Simpson trial; musical guest Wyclef Jean.
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Spoofs of slavery reparations and an appearance on Phil Donahue's talk show; music guest Busta Rhymes.

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