And I've workedwith black dudes before
on Chappelle's Show, of course,which I was the...
If you're just tuning...(cheering and applause)
The reason all these people areapplauding is 'cause I, uh...
I co-createdthe Chappelle show,and, uh...
and it kind of scrambledmy brain,
'cause now think of everythingin racial terms.
And, uh... and I still thinkof, like, racial sketches,
'cause we used to dothe best racial sketches
on Chappelle's Show.
We did, like, blindwhite supremacists.
We did the bloopers from Roots.
(cheering and applause)
And I-I still think of thesecrazy-ass racial sketches,
and I got nowhereto go with them,
but I thought of one recently
that I'll pitch to you guysif you want to hear it.
(applause, cheering,and whooping)
All right, but don't be babies,all right?
(audience groaningand murmuring)
'Cause... 'cause this is racial.
I wish we could have donea sketch
about how scaredwhite people must have been
on the last day of slavery.
(laughter and groaning)
'Cause it was a real day.
It was January 30, 1865.
It's, like, what didwhite people do that day?
Like, "Could I see all theslaves in the front, please?"
"Well, we had a heckof a run, didn't we?"
"I just want to say,you guys did a fantastic job...
"with the chores...
"these last 250 years.
"You'll be free tomorrow.
"Please don't murder us.
"Violence doesn'tsolve anything."
"Oh, really? What about allthe times you were whipping us?"
"Touché. Now, if you guyswouldn't mind clearing out
"your stuff,the Mexicans should be here
any minute to replace you."
All right, thanks, you guys,very much.