• Jerrod Carmichael sponsors pee wee football team for Funny Or Die, launches live tour (Video)

    Fresh off his stint at Funny or Die´s Oddball comedy festival and winding down the promotional tour for his upcoming Spike Lee-helmed stand-up special, Jerrod Carmichael is on what you could call a bit of a hot streak. That type of success would get to anyone’s head, but Jerrod Carmichael wants to modestly assure us all that he is the best at staying humble. That’s why he teamed up with

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    Dave Chappelle’s Radio City comeback show set for June

    Dave Chappelle’s ongoing comeback will take form of a performance at Radio City Music Hall in New York on June 19. And if we were to guess and if recent history has anything to do with it, the Radio City Music Hall show will sell out almost immediately and at least one date will be added. We don’t doubt that Chappelle could sell 12,000 tickets, the equivalent of two sold-out

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    Dave Chappelle wanted to call Hartford audience a bunch of ‘crackers’ (Audio)

    Although a recent crowd in Hartford made it rather challenging for Dave Chappelle to deliver his set – and so he didn’t – the following dates on the Oddball Comedy & Oddities Festival (of which Chappelle’s a part) have gone well for him. But during his Chicago set two nights ago, Chappelle decided it would be a good idea to address what happened in Hartford. He did so, in part,

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    Dave Chappelle didn’t bomb in Hartford as a comedian; Hartford bombed as an audience

    Last night, Funny or Die’s traveling show, the Oddball Comedy & Curiosity Festival, swung through Hartford, Connecticut. And this morning, comedy fans woke to reports of the festival’s headliner Dave Chappelle “bombing” and being “booed off stage.” I wasn’t there. But based on the shitty fan-recorded camera videos I’ve watched and the e-mails I’ve received from level-headed witnesses, I’m confident in concluding that yes, people were booing and yes, Chappelle

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    Dave Chappelle, Conchords lead a diverse group at Oddball Comedy Festival (Review)

    AUSTIN — If there’s one thing I learned at Funny or Die’s Oddball Comedy & Oddity Festival yesterday evening, it’s that Austin, Texas is a really, really hot place to kick off a national tour if said tour is hosted outdoors in August. If there are two things I learned, it’s that Dave Chappelle is back. But I’m getting ahead of myself. Fourteen thousand people braved the heat and the

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