That's why Comedy Central is doing a New Year's Day marathon of the sketch show's entire run, plus Dave Chappelle's classic 2000 stand-up specialKillin' Them Softly at midnight. It was filmed in September at the Warner Theater in Washington, D.C.
"I know that rich white people call poor white people trash", he says. He brings his point home with references to the Trump administration and discoveries he's made while rubbing elbows with rich White Hollywood elites. What better way to kick off 2018, then, than with a brand-new stand-up special from Dave Chappelle?
The two new specials cap off a strong year for Chappelle, who exploded back onto the national stage when he hosted the first post-2016 Presidential election episode of "Saturday Night Live" last November.
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If she was, that would constitute a felony, as right wing sites, like The Daily Caller , have been quick to point out . Plus, everyone knows if you want to buy politicians legally all you have to do is set up a Super PAC.
Netflix released a preview of the Chapelle's stand-up special on Wednesday, December 20, the same day that Congress approved Trump's new tax plan, which will introduce a 40 percent tax reduction for major corporations in America.
Netflix released a joint trailer for the specials on Friday. The only actual thing we get from The Bird Revelation is Chappelle asking the Comedy Store crowd, "I mean it is really bad out here, isn't it?" "And I've never seen so many of them up close", Chappelle said about some of 45's supporters.
"I've never had a problem with white people ever in my life, but, full disclosure, poor whites are my least favorites", he said. The company reportedly paid Chappelle a whopping $60 million to stream his new comedy.