By: John Armstrong Comedy legend Dave Chappelle is back, and he wants you to know that he… smokes cigarettes? As promised by the streaming giant alongside the release of a recent trailer, two new hour-long stand-up comedy specials starring the one and only Dave Chappelle have just been released on Netflix. It has been The age of Spin and Deep in the hearts of Texas are the first comedy specials the comedian has released in more than a decade. After abruptly leaving his sketch series Chappelle’s Show in 2005. The question everyone wants to know. Does Dave still have it? If you’re a Netflix subscriber, you’re about to find out.
The only difference between the old Chappelle and the new Chappelle is that fact that this is just two sand up comedies. It does not have the short skits for each joke he presents. Honestly, There are some viewers of these specials who are going to take offense at Chappelle’s politically-incorrect thoughts about society’s current definitions of masculine and feminine, and many probably won’t agree with me about my admiration for his Cosby analysis. But that’s what makes venturesome comedy so exhilarating: You laugh – sometimes at things your conscience says you shouldn’t find funny – but you also have to think through your positions on uncomfortable issues.