Dave Chappelle has vowed never to return to Comedy Central if the cable network goes ahead with plans to piece together new episodes of Chappelle's Show from material taped before he walked away from the series. "I think if they air that stuff, I can't see how I'm going to be able to [return]. That will damage our relationship," he told the Dayton Daily News. He called Comedy Central's plans to do so "a bully move," adding that "if people don't watch it, then I'd be more than happy." Chappelle, who lives in nearby Yellow Springs, OH, was in Dayton for the red-carpet premiere of his concert film, Dave Chappelle's Block Party. (He was escorted to the premiere by the Central State University marching band.)
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