Chappelle spoke about Joe Biden becoming president-elect in his 16-minute opening monologue.
Dave Chappelle hosted the post-election Saturday Night Live hours after President-elect Joe Biden and Vice President-elect Kamala Harris gave their victory speeches.
"Called the Coronavirus the 'kung flu.' I see it you racist, hilarious son of a bitch," the comedian said. "I was supposed to say that not you. It's wrong when you say it."
Dave Chappell is set to host "Saturday Night Live" for the second time.
Ron Jeremy is facing 330 years in prison on multiple charges of sexual assault including "11 counts of forcible rape, eight counts of sexual battery by restraint, six counts of forcible oral copulation and five counts of forcible penetration by a foreign object" among others.
With the announcement that Dave Chappelle's infamous show is coming the streamer, here are six of its more notorious bits.
Letterman's third season of the longform interview show will debut on October 21.
People online are describing an Alabama man as a real-life Clayton Bigsby, the blind white supremacist character who doesn't realize he's Black, played by Dave Chappelle.
"Brotherhood is real, love is real," the comedian said in the clip shared to Twitter on July 21.
Dave Chappelle speaks about the George Floyd protests in new special from Netflix, with a slightly different release format.
The comedian will perform stand up for voters in South Carolina in support of Andrew Yang's bid for the Democratic nomination.
Presidential candidate Andrew Yang announced Tuesday that award-winning comedian Dave Chappelle was endorsing his campaign and is set to perform in two campaign benefit live shows.
"We'll always love you, fly high sweet angel," Dorman's sister said following the comedian's death.
IMDb gave it an 8.5 rating.
Chappelle says, referring to the men who allege that Jackson sexually abused them when they were children, "I do not believe them."
The couple met in Brooklyn and has been married for 18 years.
In the bonus footage to Netflix's "Sticks & Stones," Chappelle takes questions from the audience.
Comedians Dave Chappelle and Jon Stewart warned Americans against giving President Donald Trump "too much credit" defining the country, saying racial and class divisions existed well before any 2016 Russian election meddling.
The streaming service offered Sykes even less than it offered Mo'Nique. She was offended.
Chapelle and Sheeran really brought the energy during their impromptu performance, but the comedian's vocals aren't the easiest on the ears.
What should viewers expect? ISIS, O.J. Simpson and the thing that "kills more black people than anything."