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This season will begin by a new revenge for Dave who looks to enact vengeance on everyone who has done him wrong. Dave wants to revenge after signing a sweet new deal. In this time, Dave will be surprised when people suddenly charge him a lot more money. It is a new mission for Dave as people charge him for even the most trivial things, which are little cost.
Sure, you'll laugh loud and long at this first "Lost" episode -- and, obviously, that's what's important. But these episodes have a memorial quality to them and, like fame itself, their impact feels fleeting.
The skits from the first Lost Episode find the comedian in top form, picking on subjects ripe to be picked on. But - and here's where pop psychologists could have a field day - one of the topics is himself.
The sketches here are high-grade Chappelle: funny and surprising, if not a full-on riot, as his best work on the show has been. But they also tell the story of an intellectual with an esoteric imagination.