The second season of Comedy Central's Chappelle's Show not only shined light years beyond the first season, it outdid it in every way. Comedian/host Dave Chappelle took his penchant for satiring race relations and pop culture to new heights, with memorable skits that will leave the viewer laughing hysterically, no matter who they are. Skits include Dave portraying the black president if Bush were black, various moments in the life of rapper Lil' Jon, Paul Mooney assuming the guise of Negrodamus, and of course, the infamous episode where Chappelle's Show cast member Charlie Murphy (brother of Eddie) recalls an incident with the late Rick James. What will have you laughing even more are Dave and rappers Q-Tip and Snoop Dogg, with the assist of some puppets, enlightening the children of the dangers of sexually transmitted diseases, and a guest spot by Wayne Brady that will change the way you look at the former daytime TV host. With guest stars like Brady, Jamie Foxx, Lil' Jon, Nick Cannon, and so on, Chappelle's Show came into it's own in it's second season. The DVD release is mostly uncensored (most of the nudity is still blurred) and the special features are mostly better than those featured on the scant first season release, including unaired Charlie Murphy stories, an extended interview with Rick James, and a hilarious blooper reel/deleted scenes that features a commentary from Dave himself.