Season 3

Shart Week

Chappelle's Show: Shart Week

Source: Comedy Central

30 :03x01 - The Lost Episodes (1)

Dave has $50 million: Everyone knows Dave has 55 million dollars. Now barbers, car washers, and even the IRS wants some of his money.

Hip-hop News: Chuck Taylor brings breaking news that Wu-Tang's Method Man attacked Tron.

Dave Gets Revenge: Dave gets revenge on an ex-girlfriend, a cast director, and the owner of a comedy club that kicked Dave out.

Tupac is Still Alive: In a club Dave hears a "new" 2Pac song made in 94, but makes references to George W., Grand Theft Auto: San Andreas, and Chappelle himself.
Guest Stars: Spike Lee as Himself | Elon Gold as Steve Barker | Nicole Leach as Shawna | Vernon Campbell as Dave's Bodyguard |
Uncredited: Ahmir-Khalib Thompson as DJ | Greer Barnes as Guy in the Club | Karl Lake as Robot Dancer | Neal Brennan as Himself
Teleplay: Charlie Murphy

31 :03x02 - The Lost Episodes (2)

Black Howard Dean: Dave plays former Democratic Party candidate Howard Dean, famous for his catchphrase "Byah!"

Watching TV while having sex: Dave is having sex while the TV is in the bedroom and he feels like his favorite characters are watching him do it.

The Real Side of Gary Coleman: Dave makes fun of Gary Coleman.

Stereotype Pixies/Audience Feedback: A bunch of pixies encourage people to accept their stereotypes. After the controversial sketch, Donell and Charlie get the audience's reactions.
Guest Stars: Charo as Herself | Lala Vazquez as Herself | Guillermo Diaz as Mexican Man | Marla Gibbs as Herself | Charles Barkley as Himself |
Uncredited: Isiah Whitlock, Jr. as Store manager

32 :03x03 - The Lost Episodes (3)

The Monsters: Frankenstein (Charlie Murphy), the wolf man (Dave), and the mummy (Donell Rawlings) each have problems. They think everything happens to him because they're black, but in reality its because they're assh*les.

Minority Report: Instead of using the word "minority" news anchors and celebrities say the word "nigger."

Do What We Say: Dave meets the all mighty show business who gives Dave three ideas for his show-mechanizing, making a Lil Jon movie, and going on MTV Cribs.
Guest Stars: Russell Simmons as Himself | Susan Sarandon as Herself | Melle Mel as Himself | Bill Boggs as Jack Championship |
Uncredited: Karl Lake as Robot Dancer | Rick Crom as SWAT Team Leader | Randy Pearlstein as Frankenstein's Co-Worker
Classification: Variety
Genre: Comedy
Status: Canceled/Ended
Network: Comedy Central ( USA)
Airs: Tuesdays at 10:00 pm
Runtime: 30 Minutes
Premiere: January 22, 2003
Ended: July 23, 2006
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