Johnny Test: Monster Starter: Mr. Black and Mr. White ask Susan and Mary to design a new weapon. But it becomes a big mistake when it's stuck on Johnny's head, and his obsession with a new video game now makes any object he sees turns into monsters. Johnny Holiday: Realizing that two candy giving holidays weren't enough, Johnny, Dukey, Susan, and Mary work together to make a new one.moreless
Two men are invading homes, and Riley and Granddad are refusing to speak to the police. It gets worse when Granddad's car, Dorothy, gets stolen by the robbers. If Riley and Granddad still refuse, worse things may be in store.moreless
The Monsters: A show about monsters who are racially profiled. Minorities: In the news, the word "minority" is replaced by a new word. Show Business: Dave meets with Show Business to show Dave ideas for the show, including: a Dave Chappelle cereal, a Lil' Jon movie, and Dave on MTV Cribs.moreless
Howard Dean Campaign: Dave's version of a black Howard Dean. Sex Tape: Dave's distractions during sex. Security: Dave plays Gary Coleman as a security guard who attacks a customer. Pixies: People pop up in several people's minds that make them feel racially insecure. Opinions: People give their opinion about the "Pixies" sketch. Plus an extra "Pixies" sketch.moreless
$11,000 Haircut: This sketch starts as the announcement of Dave's payment of $55,000,000 and everybody trying to extort him. Hip-Hop Newsbreak: Dave is playing a white newscaster and delivers a story based off of Method Man beating someone the way described in Method Man's M.E.T.H.O.D. Man song from the 36 Chambers album. Revenge: Dave goes around with his new found fortune and gets revenge on everyone whose shafted him in the past. 2Pac's Alive: This skit has Dave in a club when a "new" 2Pac song (sung by Chappelle) comes on and the lyrics are based on todays events.moreless
When Ed Wuncler (the owner of Granddad's house) invites Granddad and the kids to his garden party, Huey tries to start trouble by saying Jesus was black and he compares Ronald Regan to the devil. Meanwhile, Riley and the owner's grandson (a solider back from Iraq) play with guns and Granddad runs into the self-loathing black butler Uncle Rukus.moreless
First Black Man to Use a White Toilet: Dave looks at the first black person to shit on a white toilet. A Moment in the Life Of Lil' Jon: Another installment of a Day in the Life of Lil' Jon. This time however, Dave actually gets the real Lil' Jon to come on the show and they talk to each other. One of the highlights of the series. Black George Bush: Dave shows us the US under a Black George Bush. Again, one of the funniest sketches of the series with a great guest appearance from Jamie Foxx as the Black Tony Blair. Musical Performance: Big Boimoreless
Dave Quits Chappelle's Show: Dave quits his own show to which executives at Comedy Central easily replace him with Wayne Brady. The Wayne Brady Show: Wayne comes out and does Dave's opening standup then introduces the fear factor sketch. Lost Episode of Fear Factor: We get to watch a hilarious episode of Fear Factor featuring Tyrone Biggums as he races to win the top prize. Dave Claims his Show Back: After watching the intro to his show (now the Brady Show), Dave calls Outkast's Big Boi to see if they can kick it some time. Big Boi responds by saying he's playing tennis ....on the moon. After a quick run in with his son and Nick Cannon, Dave decides to get his show back. Dave and Wayne Brady One of the funniest sketches of the season which shows that Dave is actually more of a nice guy than Wayne.... absolutely hilarious.moreless
Greatest Misses (Hater's In Time): Dave shows us all of the Chappelle's Show's greatest misses. The Hater's in Time sketch expounds on the Player Haters ball as the Player Haters have a science fair and hater Phyuck Yu reveals a time machine. The haters travel back through time to hate on various historical personalities.
Holla Service: Dave presents a service in which you can hire somebody else to holla at women for you.
A Gay World: Dave explores the notion of sexual segregation and wonders if it will ever get so bad that there are eventually two different worlds, a gay world and a straight world. He then goes on to show us what the gay world would look like in a hilarious sketch.
Nelson Mandela's Bootcamp: This sketch starts out like Sally Jesse Raphael episode where teens are too bad for their parents to handle. Instead of bringing out a bootcamp sargeant to discipline the children, Sally brings out Nelson Mandela.
Musical Performance: Kanye West and Mos Defmoreless
Making the Band: Dave takes a closer look at "Making the Band" as he plays P Diddy and Dylan from the hit MTV show. Dave's P Diddy impression is classic. Kneehigh Park: Guest stars Q-Tip and Snoop Dogg lend a hand to help Dave's new children show, Kneehigh Park. Musical Performance: Snoop Dogg and Tyrone Bigginsmoreless
Sales Pitches: A very funny sketch in which Dave discusses how people come up to him in public and pitch him jobs, etc. He then goes on to show us what's really going through his head when he hears these pitches and it is absolutely hilarious! Dave Gets Oprah Pregnant: Dave receives a call from Oprah informing him that she is going to have his baby. After hearing the news, Dave quits his job ( 'hey everyone, hey everyone - got some news for ya' - KISS MY ASS ....hilarious) and moves in with Oprah, spending her money like its going out of Jury Selection: In this hilarious sketch Dave shows us what it would be like if he were in the jury pool for the OJ Simpson trial, Michael Jackson trial, Robert Blake trial and R Kelly trial. Musical Performance: Wyclef Jeanmoreless
I Know Black People: Dave hosts his new gameshow "I Know Black People" in which he asks people who claim to know black people certain questions about black culture. When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong: Another installment of "When Keeping it Real Goes Wrong". Musical Performance: Erykah Badumoreless
Marajuana Commercial: A quick opening sketch which parodies the anti-drug commercials aired earlier this year. In particular, the commercial in which a little girl on a bike is hit by a car of kids who are stoned at a drive thru. In this rendition however, Dave and crew hit the kid, they freak out, then they decide to chop her body up and stuff her down the drain, then they leave the scene of the accident after the little girl gets up bloodied from the hit. Sounds grotesque, but is actually hilarious to watch. A Moment in the Life of Lil' John: The second installment of the Lil' Jon sketches. This sketch gives us a brief moment of Lil' Jon as he gives an interview for a Barbara Waltersesque female. it is hilarious Mooney on Movies: Paul Mooney giving his impressions of particular movies (i.e. The Last Samurai, The Mexican etc.) with two white women. World Series of Dice: Dave looks at TV gambling sensation The World Series of Dice ( a takeoff on the increasingly popular World Series of Poker that constantly runs on every single network right now ). Guest appearance by Eddie Griffin as Grits 'n Gravy. This is Ashy Larry's first appearnce as well. Musical Performance: Kanye West and Commonmoreless
A Day in the life of Lil Jon: This was the first episode to show the Lil Jon sketch.... and although they do get better as the season progresses, this first Lil Jon sketch is indeed hilarious. When Keeping It Real Goes Wrong: One of the first of these sketches, Dave explores the attitude behind 'Keeping it Real' and shows us what it looks like when keeping it real goes wrong. This particular sketch shows him getting his ass beat and moving back in with his grandma when he decides to 'keep it real' after a comment made to his girlfriend at a party. What if the Internet Was a Real Place: Dave imagines how sleazy the internet would look if it were a real place. This is a pretty funny sketch in which Dave cruises around a 'physical' internet resembling a mall - visiting porn sites, grabbing free downloads, etc. Musical Guest:: Anthony Hamilton preforms "Comin' From Where I'm From".moreless
NegroDamus: Paul Mooney comes in and plays a psychic (Nostradamus). Of course, everything that comes out of Mooney's mouth takes on a funny yet decidedly dark tone. Red Balls: Tryone Biggins is out again, this time as a spokesperson for a brand new energy drink called Red Balls - of course made from crack. "Now cocaine comes in a delicious new shake." Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories (Prince): One of the funniest sketches of series, this CMTH depicts Charlie Murphy's run in with Prince at a night club. The sketch gets funnier and funnier as Prince invites Charlie and his crew over to his house to hang out then eventually play basketball then eventually eat pancakes together. Brilliant sketch all the way around. Musical Performance: Cee-Lo performs "Call Me"moreless
The Love Contract: A small bit that plays at the beginning episode - this sketch is a satire of the Kobe Bryant incident and how it could have been avoided with 'The Love Contract' as your partner signs it confirming consent.
Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories (Rick James): This is the infamous "Charlie Murphy's True Hollywood Stories: Rick James" episode. Other than "The Love Contract" sketch, this entire episode focuses on Eddie Murphy's older brother Charlie and his run-ins with 80s musician Rick James. This was the most popular Chappelle's Show episode to date.
Musical Performance: Ludacris (not on the DVD)moreless
White People Can't Dance Experiment: Dave doesn't believe the stereotype that white people can't dance - so he brings in musical guests John Mayer, QuestLove and Ahmir-Khalib Thompson to play with this stereotype. One of the funnier sketches of the second season. The Three Daves: A retrospective look at Dave at age 18, 24 and 30. Oh my god this absolutely hilarious - definitely check this episode out. Music in the Office: Dave and John Mayer see what happens when you play the guitar in a professional office. Musical Performance: John Mayer, QuestLove, Ahmir-Khalib Thompson, Dave Chappellemoreless
Calvin Gets a Job at WacArnolds: Three part sketch in which Dave plays Calvin, an inner city youth who gets a job at WacArnolds (McDonalds). Its a play on the old McDonalds commercials in which an inner city kid gets a job at McDonalds and the community is corny as hell in congratulating him and letting him know how proud they are of him. Black Gallagher: A quick but funny sketch in which Dave is well... a black Gallagher (the cheesy stand up comic whose bit was smashing fruit with a sledgehammer). I crack up just thinking about Dave in the Gallagher outfit with that mustache. Great sketch to check out. The Niggar Family: Another highlight of the second season, the Niggar Family sketch asks the question: Would the N word be just as offensive if it was used in another context? So Dave gives a white family the last name Niggar to see how the word plays in this new environment. It's absolutely hilarious. Musical Performance: DMXmoreless
Samuel Jackson: An advertisement for Samuel Jackson beer. A play on the late Samuel Adams beer commercials where Dave plays Samuel L Jackson dressed up as the Sam Adams colonial brew master. It's a must see./> Campaign Ads (Health care, Teen Sex): Dave rolls a few campaign commercials as if he were running for president. One commercial is for Health care and the other focuses on preventing teen sex in which he shows two 80 year olds going at it covered in mayonnaise./> Things Look Better In Slow Motion: A quick sketch in which Dave proves that certain events look good in slow motion (laundromat and night club) while others are best left to real time (Dave taking a sh!t)/> The Racial Draft: One of the funniest sketches of the series in which a number of celebrities, sports stars, musicians and politicians are 'drafted' to a certain race. ie -> Tiger Woods being drafted by the blacks and is now 'all black'. Wu Tang clan being drafted by the Asians./>moreless
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