Television's most controversial comedy series arrives on DVD uncut and uncensored with Paramount Pictures' release of Chappelle's Show: Season One Uncensored. Presented in 1.33:1 full-frame, the image is clear and solid overall. Sporting solid, well-balanced colors and even skin tones, episodes as presented here will likely look even better than when originally broadcast. Audio is presented in English Dolby Digital Stereo and, while it may not be the most dynamic mix to hit the DVD scene, it's strong and clear of hiss or distortion. Though avid viewers are sure to be pleased with the presentation of the individual episodes, it's the extra features that make this disc a must-have. It would have been easy to release the disc with just a few outtakes and a look behind the scenes, but Chappelle and company have really gone the distance in adding some truly valuable extras. Commentary by Chappelle and series co-creator Neal Brennan is offered on five episodes, and while it may not be as funny as the show itself, it certainly gives humorous insight into the team's creative process and some fun behind-the-scenes anecdotes. The inclusion of almost 30 minutes of bloopers and deleted scenes (which also includes commentary) is sure to elicit laughs from even the most jaded, and the opportunity to see longtime comic Paul Mooney at his off-the-cuff best as he takes questions for the "Ask a Black Dude With Paul Mooney" segment shows one of comedy's greatest minds in action.