Finally…Dave Chappelle May Return To My Life

17 06 2011
Would you pay for Dave Chappelle back in your life? Because if you want him back on television you might have to pay for it.  Chappelle is planning a return to the television screen, only in a subscription type service similar to a Netflix.  A completely unfiltered Dave Chappelle? Yes fucking please. 
A Dave Chappelle with complete creative control and no network requirements to meet? This is a great day for myself and America.  Chappelle’s Show was hands down the funniest show ever in the history of television, no one pushed the network envelope as much as Chappelle did.  Now there will be no networks exec’s too please, just himself, which translates to pure hilarity for the viewers. 
 
I wouldn’t even think twice about subscribing to whatever service Chappelle joins.  An absolute  no-brainer.   He is the first in my cloudy memory to take to this Howard Stern-esque type move of changing to a subscroption fee type of television.  Only certain people, i.e. Stern are capable of pulling of a move of this magnitude, but Chappelle fits the bill.   What great news heading into the weekend. 
 
The DailyDave Chappelle is back, bitches! The beloved comic is planning a new TV show with a paid subscription service like Netflix, Sony’s Crackle, or Hulu, which are now competing in the original programming game, a plugged-in source told Flash. “Dave Chappelle’s going back to TV,” tattled our insider. “It’s not for a network. It’s for Netflix or Crackle or some other subscription service.”
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