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Paul Mooney initially appeared in the sketches Ask a Black Dude and Mooney on Movies on Comedy Central’s Chappelle’s Show, which he later replaced with Negrodamus, the African American version of Nostradamus.
Due to the show’s popularity, Comedy Central’s parent company Viacom reportedly offered Chappelle a $55 million contract (giving Chappelle a share of DVD sales) to continue production of Chappelle’s Show for two more years while allowing him to do side projects.
As Negrodamus, Mooney ad-libbed the "answers to life’s most unsolvable mysteries" such as "Why do white people Wayne Brady?" (Answer: "Because Wayne Brady makes Bryant Gumbel look like Malcolm X.") Mooney was planning to reprise his role as Negrodamus in the third season of the Chappelle’s Show, before its abrupt hiatus.
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Alpha Male Comedy Tour comes to Dallas, featuring Baldhead Hustle Phillips and Tyler Craig.
The Second City Training Center is the world's largest school of improvisation and sketch comedy.
Brian Posehn, who has made a career in film and television as a "that guy" and developed a large fanbase as an underground comedian, will perform stand-up at Otto’s this Friday.
His album cover is a late-seventies metal inspired painting of a muscular Posehn brandishing a sword, one presumably used to slay a generation of comedians.
“I never wanted to just be ‘the metal comedian’ because I felt like that is super limiting, so I don’t just talk about just that on purpose,” Posehn said.
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