Dave Chappelle Sets Fifth Netflix Comedy Special 'Sticks & Stones'

And it was this upward trend of stand-up comics-turned-actors in the 90s that paved the way for Dave Chappelle and his dominance of the early 2000s.

"This is Dave", says Morgan Freeman in the one-minute trailer released Thursday to hype Dave Chappelle's new Netflix stand-up "comedy event". "Sticks and Stones", is the beginning of a classic children's taunt: "sticks and stones may break my bones but words can never hurt me". "Hopefully he makes people laugh".

And, of course, it gets even better when Morgan Freeman lets loose a bit and gets to step outside his sphere of overt politeness and reverence. How did Dave get here? His aversion to fame and a constant desire to stick to certain conventions the network didn't want led him to leave the series and ultimately the country.

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The official description calls this new special "unflinching and boundary-pushing" with Dave giving "his provocative perspective on the tidal wave of celebrity scandals, the opioid crisis, and more - in trademarked Chappelle fashion".

According to a report from Vibe, Dave Chappelle is coming back to the comedy scene once again already.

The Netflix release continues Chappelle's relationship there, one that's seen him release multiple comedy specials over the last few years, . He also hosted the first post-2016 Presidential election episode of Saturday Night Live. He made a brief, unexpected foray into film past year with a cameo performance in A Star Is Born. This comes direct from Netflix streaming Youtube channel.

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