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[12/05/05 - 12:00 AM]
Comedy Central to Premiere Third Season of "Chappelle's Show" During 2q 2006

[via press release from Comedy Central]

COMEDY CENTRAL To Premiere Third Season Of "Chappelle's Show" During 2Q 2006

Viewers Get Last Laugh As COMEDY CENTRAL Offers Sneak Peek Of Never-Before-Seen Sketches From "Chappelle's Show's" Third Season During Network's Year-End Blow Out, "COMEDY CENTRAL's Last Laugh '05" Premiering Sunday, December 11 at 9:00 P.M.

Third Season Sneak Peek To Make Its Broadband Debut Monday, December 12 On COMEDY CENTRAL's "MotherLoad" (www.comedycentral.com/motherload)

NEW YORK, December 5, 2005 -- At long last viewers will have a chance to see for themselves exactly what Dave Chappelle was working on just before his departure from production of the third season of the critically-acclaimed and Emmy-nominated hit series, "Chappelle's Show." COMEDY CENTRAL will premiere the unaired third season episodes during 2Q 2006.

In advance of the 2006 premiere, COMEDY CENTRAL will offer a sneak peek into the mind of the master by airing never-before-seen footage from third season sketches during the broadcast of "COMEDY CENTRAL's Last Laugh '05" which premieres Sunday, December 11 at 9:00 p.m. The sneak peek will also be available for viewing the following day on COMEDY CENTRAL's broadband channel, "MotherLoad" (www.comedycentral.com/motherload).

"COMEDY CENTRAL's Last Laugh '05" offers an edgy, alternative year-in-review as leading comics Lewis Black, David Cross, Greg Giraldo, Lisa Lampanelli, Carlos Mencia, Sarah Silverman and David Spade rifle through the headlines to bring you the most spectacular highlights. Also included are star-packed short films and comic segments from Jon Stewart, Stephen Colbert, Dave Attell, Andy Dick, Dave Koechner and Earthquake that bring the year into focus and skewer the world of politics, sports, celebrity, movies and much more. In addition, the 90-minute spectacular will feature musical performances from Death Cab For Cutie and Yellowcard.

"COMEDY CENTRAL's Last Laugh '05" is sponsored by AOL and Honda Pilot.





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