Though it is a very good read, you are right.
It is a shame, because I think Dave Chappelle did wonders for breaking down racial taboo. Yeah, sure, there are still stereotypes, but it brought people together with the humor. Everyone was able to laugh at everyone else. The Lost episodes, particularly "The Racism Pixy" is a great example of that. Yeah, sure, it picks on people, but it picks on everyone equally.
The point they were trying to get across, after they did that skit, was that people should not believe in stereotypes, as they were making fun of the stereotypes themselves to prove how silly they are, instead of becoming more racist. But as you can see, some people took it the wrong way(The same thing Charlie Murphy predicted what would happen).well i watched the racism pixy and it was rele racist and i herd the audience laff a little. the black person joked about fried chicken and catfish, the latin one joked bout cocaine and illigal buys, and the white one talked bout the kk (i was rele offended) and the azn one was about their accent (Ra-Ra) and compared to some of his first sketches, its gotten more racist and less funny.
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ah dave chappelle, the most funniest comedian that the whole world has to offer, i think dave should keep up with the funny comedian career, plus he should make more funny stuff like: what's life is like the internet?
The comedian stunned fans and the entertainment industry when he abruptly left during production of the third season of Chappelle's Show. Chappelle has since stated that he was unhappy with the direction the show had taken, claiming pressure from network executives regarding the show's content. Chappelle left the United States to visit South Africa. His decision triggered reports of mental or drug problems with the actor, which Chappelle later denied. On May 11, 2005, news sources reported that Chappelle had checked himself into a psychiatric facility in South Africa, which Chappelle has since repeatedly denied. On May 14, Time Magazine announced that one of their reporters had interviewed Chappelle in South Africa, and the comedian said no psychiatric treatments were occurring or necessary. Chappelle has stated that his reasons for visiting South Africa were to reflect on his life and career. 
On August 3, co-star Charlie Murphy gave an interview to TV Guide stating that he believed that Dave Chappelle was finished with Chappelle's Show and would not be returning.
here is some of his lost episodes
Comedy Central: Shows - Chappelle's Show
Well I dont even like chappelle what is so funny about him I think he is boring and and not ever funny he made me laugh one time