10. A MOMENT IN THE LIFE OF LIL' JON
SEASON 2, EPISODE 13What started as a very funny one-minute sketch in which Chappelle speculated on Lil' Jon' seeming inability to say words other than "H-WHAT?" "YAY-YUH!" and "OH-KAY!" turned into one of the most infectious mono-syllabic comedy refrains since: "D'oh!"
HIGHLIGHTS: Chappelle's Lil' Jon and real-life Lil' Jon interrupt all of the "H-WHATs" and "YAY-YUHs!" to discuss deep cosmic issues like loneliness and having the "feeling that roast beef is the most delicious food."
CATCHPHRASES OVERUSED BY WHITE PEOPLE: The goofy genius of the skit has been drowned out by a nation of suburbanites screaming "Haaaa-what?" "yeah-YA!" and "OH-Kaaaayyyyy!"
9. THE NEW TUPAC SONG
SEASON 3, EPISODE 1While the majority of Lost Episodes probably should have stayed that way, this skit about Tupac' ever-growing postmortem library is pure genius-although the obnoxious introduction by Donnell Rawlins makes us miss Dave.
HIGHLIGHTS: When Tupac drops a lyric about George W. Bush, but then backpedals and explains that he' only talking about a guy who ran for city council in Oakland in '93.
CATCHPHRASES OVERUSED BY WHITE PEOPLE: We'll see.
8. LOST EPISODE OF FEAR FACTOR
SEASON 2, EPISODE 12"Tyrone the Crackhead" becomes a contestant on Fear Factor and real-life host Joe Rogan appears in a cameo that almost makes him seem funny. Is it wrong for white folks to laugh at a caricature of a black drug addict? We're not sure, but to Chappelle' credit, it' impossible not to.
HIGHLIGHT: Chappelle' insistence on calling the host by his full name whenever addressing him as when he says, "I'm gonna tell you something about me, Joe Rogan, that you might not know. I smoke rocks."
CATCHPHRASES OVERUSED BY WHITE PEOPLE: Ummm, yeah it' pretty much that last one. Fortunately, most of our editors are three-hundred pound black men so we're allowed to quote