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In honor of the 10-year anniversary of The Chappelle's Show, Grantland did an analysis and tournament of the greatest sketches ever. First off, fantastic article, and made me go rewatch a ton of the sketches on Youtube. Not sure if I agree with the winner though. Wayne Brady is still the greatest thing ever.
Sixty-four sketches. One winner. Ten years later, we determine the champ.
I know black people is criminally underseeded, when I saw this link and started thinking of the best segments that immediately came to mind with Rick James, Wayne Brady, Prince, Lil Jon, etc.
Clayton Bigsby- blind, KKK member.
The Player Hater's Ball has always been my favorite. Even the deleted scenes clip is hilarious:
Deleted scenes from Chappelle's Player Hater's Ball... Comedy Central Owns This.
fun read but he blew it.
I have always really enjoyed the MTV real world sketch
I think they nailed the winner. Especially considering Clayton Bigsby was in the very first episode. I cried I was laughing so hard when I saw that.
"She wears underwears, with dick holes in em"
Its been 10 fucking years? FML
If you'll excuse me, I need to go home and put some water in Buck Nasty's momma's dish.
"And I try to har-mo-nize with songs the lonesome sparrow sings...
There are no kings inside the Gates of Eden."
>visiting the sick kid and kicking his ass in video games - grab your sticks (http://www.myspace.com/video/kh-l-l-d-d0n/dave-chapelle/131700)
>the and 1 sports parody (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=J7AiAVuad5s)
>club scene slow motion (http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=EzkE-RXpoCo)
This post was edited by rufreshterps 15 months ago
A great article just for all the bases it covers. Definitely would have voted differently in some areas, but it's all subjective. I appreciated the rationale for Clayton Bigsby.
I might be in the minority, but Fear Factor is in the top 5 for me.
Going through that list, it is insane how that show was on for two seasons, a little over 1 year total, and how big of an impact it had on the cultural lexicon.
My dad thought Racial Draft was the funniest thing he has ever seen.
Im a big fan of world series of dice in addition to the ones jmanslow listed.
For me it's Wayne Brady 1 and Prince 1a. Two of the funniest things I've ever seen in my life.
Not a jack ass. I am a 4 star poster on RCMB - spartanfan48413
Niggar family was incredible. Reparations was pretty good too. Pop Copy might be my #1. So hard to choose just 1.
Playa Haters Ball, then Wayne Brady and WSODice are prob my favs, but I'll never forget the first time I saw Clayton Bigsby.
It's Prince by miles.
Loved the "I Know Black People" game show.
Is pimping easy? Almost unanimously, they all answer "no." one white guy even tries to cite Big Daddy Kane in his answer. They all get it right.
But the black barbershop worker replies "Hell yeah!" "Somehow, that is also correct.
The first viewing of Clayton Bigsby was incredible. There were some okay skits that episode, but when that came on, you just knew that the show was headed straight to the HOF. I don't think a cable television show had ever come close to pushing the boundaries as far as that skit did. I just remember being shocked that they would let it on the air.
In the past few weeks, Clayton Bigsby has finally accepted that he is a black man. And just three days ago, he filed for divorce from his wife. When asked why, after nineteen years of marriage, he replied, "Because she's a nigger lover."
I'm not sure how this is even a debate.
I got the shotgun. You got the briefcase. It's all in the game though, right?
I'm glad Making Da Band made it as far as it did.
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