Chappelle's Show

Season 1 Episode 8

Ep. #108

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Aired Tuesday 10:00 PM Mar 12, 2003 on Comedy Central
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Real Movie Versions: The real versions of “Ghost” And Dave’s own movie “Half Baked.”
Frontline: Racist Hollywood Animal Stars: Frontline investigates racism in Hollywood stars such as Flipper, Rin Tin Tin, and Mr. Ed in this hilarious skecth.
Tyrone Biggums' Intervention: Tyrone Biggums' friends think his addiction has gone to far, and host an intervention to help end it.
What Men Want: Dave imagines what the movie "What Women Want" would be like if two letters were removed from the title.

Musical Performance: Slum Villagemoreless

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  • This was a great episode. Chappelle is hilarious.

    9.0
    Real Movie Versions: In this sketch, the real versions of the movie "Ghost", and "Half-Baked."



    I love this feature it's great it's so funny.



    Frontline: Racist Hollywood Animal Stars: In this feature Frontline investigates racism in Hollywood, stars such as Flipper, Rin Tin Tin, and Mr. Ed.



    Like all of Dave's sketch's this one of was great. Chappelle does everything in a unique and

    funny manner.



    Tyrone Biggums' Intervention: Tyrone's friends think he has a series drug addiction.



    Another very funny sketch, Tyrone is a very funny character.



    What Men Want: Dave thinks about what the movie "What Women Want" would be like if two letters were removed from the title.



    Okay sketch, probably the worst sketch of the night. But still funny.





    Musical Performance: Slim Village



    Never heard of them before this show, they were okay.

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  • This episode was great...absolutely hilarious. The skits were fabulous, especially with the ever-popular Tyrone Biggums.

    9.3
    This episode was great, not bad sketches, but great ones. Here's the breakdown of each sketch:



    So he starts out with the second installment of real movie versions, this time with the movie Ghost and Half Baked. Sure, both of these sketches are about 45 seconds, but they are really funny, both of them. In Ghost, the husband has died, and he becomes a ghost just to see his former wife having sex with Dave. Very original. In half baked, it's about weed...yeah...I think you get the point...9/10



    The next skit was another "great moment in hook-up history". This time with a guy who has never kissed a girl, but thought up a horny plan. He pops open a whole in the bottom of his popcorn box at the movies, and then asks his girl if she wants some popcorn. He puts the popcorn near his crotch and well, you might get the point by now.:D 9/10



    The next sketch is about the famous Frontline about racist animal stars like Rin Tin Tin, Mr Ed, and Flipper. These animal stars have been proclaimed to be racist against african americans, with onscreen actions and offscreen actions towards blacks. Interesting watch. 8.5/10



    The last skit is the famous Tyrone Biggums. It's about Tyrone being at an intervention for being the crack addict he is, and a few people are there to talk to him about his addiction. He tried to get out of it, claiming he's going to the bathroom. No windows there, to his misfortune, so he decides to flush himself down the toilet. Mission accomplished. 9.5/10



    Overall, this was a great episode. Nothing much else to say about it except that you have to see this episode, whether it's on a DVD or it's a re-run on TV, you must see it. You'll laugh your ass off.moreless

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