Chappelle's Show (2003–2006)
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Skits include an instructional training film for new employees of PopCopy', on the finer points of customer-staff relations (abuse). Dave discusses misogyny as being in the entertainment business far longer than rap music, and illustrates the point with 'found footage' from the '50's, of Nat King Cole behaving badly towards women. A commercial for the Home Stenographer'. PBS Frontline does an ... See full summary »

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Himself - Host / Various
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Woman in 'Roca-Pads' (archive footage)
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Gen. Cornrow Wallace (archive footage) (as Mos Def)
William Bogert ...
Kent Wallace (archive footage)
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Various (archive footage)
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Real Sex Street Interviews Lady (archive footage)
Jane Cronin ...
Bridgett Wexler (archive footage)
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Woman in Elevator (archive footage)
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Himself (archive footage)
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Jasper (archive footage)
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Defendant (archive footage)
The GZA ...
Himself (archive footage)
Michael Isaiah Johnson ...
Kid in Elevator (archive footage)
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Pam (archive footage)

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Skits include an instructional training film for new employees of PopCopy', on the finer points of customer-staff relations (abuse). Dave discusses misogyny as being in the entertainment business far longer than rap music, and illustrates the point with 'found footage' from the '50's, of Nat King Cole behaving badly towards women. A commercial for the Home Stenographer'. PBS Frontline does an exposé on the blind KKK leader who believes he's white.

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