We were all left scratching our heads when Dave Chappelle abruptly abandoned his hit Comedy Central show, The Chappelle Show, and said that the show was "ruining his life." He became uncomfortable with how audiences were receiving his jokes and said that "people can't distinguish between what's real and fake." After more than 10 years, the comedian is slowly making his way back into the spotlight, performing at Radio City Music Hall and expressing interest in returning to television.

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Clear your calendar because the first post-election Saturday Night Live is going to be insane.

Sydney Scott
Nov, 04, 2016

The first Saturday Night Live after the election is going to be one you won't want to miss.

Comedian Dave Chappelle will make his debut as host on Nov. 12, a rare television appearance for the comic who recently returned to stand-up. A Tribe Called Quest will be joining as the musical guest; their first album in 18 years is set to be released the day before. 

Chappelle has pretty much stayed out of the spotlight since leaving his Comedy Central sketch show in 2005. He famously did a few nights at Radio City Music Hall in 2014 and later appeared in Spike Lee's 2015 film Chi-Raq.

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As for A Tribe Called Quest, following the loss of member Phife Dawg, the group decided that their upcoming album would be their last. In a Facebook post, Q-Tip wrote that with the help of Consequence and Busta Rhymes they were able to complete the album, but stated it will "obviously" be "the final A Tribe Called Quest album."

This is going to be a pretty big night.