Wednesday, July 19, 2006

Chappelle Show's Greatest Hits

Okay, I realize that the Chappelle show is so three years ago and was overquoted by white frat boys to the point of annoyance, but it's still pretty darn funny. In case you missed it, here are the 11 Best Episodes.
My favorites are:
The Wayne Brady skit (#4)- During the previous season, the show mocked the "Whose Line is it Anyways?" comedian: "White people love Wayne Brady because he makes Bryant Gumbel look like Malcolm X." In this clip, evil Wayne Brady takes Dave for a night on the town. Best part? When he kills that cop.
The Prince skit (#1)- Prince and the Revolution take on Charlie and Eddie Murphy's pals in a game of hoops.


Anonymous said...

why are you still hanging out with frat boys? Didn't you graduate from college like a decade ago?

eileen said...

I never hung out with frat boys, RYAN.

brigita said...

Some guys never mentally leave the frat. See: Sales.

eileen said...

Or as I refer to them: striped shirts

mj said...

That's funny that Brigita said "See: Sales". I'm assuming you are referring to sales men. I worked at a place where one sales guy dared the other sales guy to drink a gallon of sweet tea (this was in Georgia). After his attempt he felt ill and tried to make it to the restroom but instead vomited in the hallway. The facilities manager was not happy and lectured the culprits on how this was a place of work and not a frat house.

brigita said...

My thoughts exactly, Eileen and MJ. The striped shirt phenom seems to have just hit Madison: J. and I spotted two SS'ers the other night walking around downtown and wearing the requisite striped shirt with jeans (this was before the heat hit) and flip flops.

J's response was two fold: (1) "Did you two dress each other?" and (b) "The Delta House called—they need you to pay your dues pronto."

As for the drinking a gallon of [insert beverage here] contest, I tried this with water and wound up tossing the whole lot (easiest vom evs) when I was 23 and in the privacy of my own home, not in front of the person who stands between my having reliable transpo and defaulting on my car payment.