Telly With Melly: Dave Chappelle special lands on Netflix

Posted March 29, 2017

The Total Blackout Tour is Rock's first full-scale world tour in a decade.

Now he's returned with two stand-up comedy specials on Netflix: "The Age of Spin: Dave Chappelle Live at the Hollywood Palladium" and "Deep in the Heart of Texas: Live at Austin City Limits".

Ending the set, Chappelle said that the set may have been "the flyest things I've ever been a part of", adding: "The only thing better would be if Eddie Murphy lowered from the rafters".

Chris Rock gave fans in New Orleans a surprise they won't be forgetting anytime soon last night (March 26).

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Cell phones and other recording devices were not allowed at the event, so there is likely no way to know exactly what was said, but Chappelle reportedly did 20-30 minutes of his own material before Rock joined him for a joke about Donald Trump. Or Rock's divorce. Or the heat Chappelle caught for certain jokes from his Netflix specials.

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This "social experiment" turned out to be a comedy power house with appearances from Jeffrey Ross and Eric Andre who were also on hand for the laugh out loud experience.

That part of the show reportedly got rather heavy, with Rock admitting to cheating on his wife on previous tours and to crying during the custody battle over his teenage children.

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