9/10/19 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: Chappelle’s Show – Celebrity Trial Jury Selection

Dave sounds off during the jury selection for a few high-profile court cases.
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6/4/19 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: R Kelly And Dave Chappelle Animated- Held Hostage On A Bus! (Fan Edit)

R Kelly meets Dave Chappelle on a bus, and holds him and the passengers hostage threatening to pee on them.  
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7/6/18 O&A NYC THE MORNING FUNNIES: Chappelle’s Show- R. Kelly’s Piss on You Video

R. Kelly (Dave Chappelle) raps the remix edition of the song about pissin’. If you had paid attention to R. Kelly’s music videos, you could have seen the sex scandal coming.  Continue reading

1/3/18 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Chappelle’s Show – Trading Spouses


In Chappelle’s Show skit Trading Spouses white and black families swap husbands in Dave’s reality show twist. Continue reading

5/18/17 O&A NYC WITH THROWBACK THURSDAY SPECIAL ENCORE PERFORMANCE: Dave Chappelle Def Comedy Jam (1993)

Def Comedy Jam is an HBO television series produced by Russell Simmons.The series had its original run from July 1, 1992 to January 1, 1997. The show returned on HBO’s fall lineup in 2006. Def Comedy Jam helped to launch the careers of several African-American stand-up comedians. Continue reading

9/13/17 O&A NYC WILDIN OUT WEDNESDAY: Tribute To Chapelle Show Charlie Murphy’s True Hollywood Stories- Prince

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The late comedian Charlie Murphy tells the story of his 1985 encounter with Prince. Murphy and his entourage are invited by Prince to his home. Prince challenges Murphy and his crew to play him and the Revolution in a game of basketball- the shirts against the blouses. Continue reading

12/9/15 O&A NYC Wildin Out Wednesday: The Niggar Family- Chappelle Show

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The Niggar Family, one of comedian Dave Chappelle’s most controversial skits, explores the question of what effect “the n-word” would have if it were just another name. The skit is filmed in black and white, with sets and costumes right out of Father Knows Best or Leave It to Beaver or, for a more recent reference, Pleasantville. We see a squeaky-clean family of aw-shucks pleasantness and golly-jeepers naïveté, a “typical American” (i.e., white) family named Niggar. Continue reading