The two comedies shows that Dave Chappelle performed in Los Angeles were as to be expected if you have ever seen a show by the comedian. His Jokes were naturally offensive as he touched on many touching subjects in today’s society as the #Metoo movement and sexual misconduct in the film industry. Dave Chappelles jokes were sexist, racist, and downright disturbing; but that’s what we enjoy as people who seek out comedy. Another comedian that has taken a different stance on the subject is Aziz Ansari, In The Aziz Ansari furore isn’t the end of #metoo. It’s just the start. Sarah analyzes his stance on all the new allegations of sexual misconduct that has surfaced in the last few months. Ansari believes that the movement has gone way to far and that men don’t even know what to do or how to act anymore. He says that only a fraction of the people in the film industry have been involved in this sort of behavior and it isn’t fair to men that haven’t practiced this sort of crude behavior. It’s leaving men almost scared to approach a women or “make a move” for fear of being accusing of something horrific. In my personal opinion, I truly don’t believe every single actor that has been accused is guilty. Don’t get me wrong, I’m sure some of the men that have been involved are guilty, for what they have done they should be punished. But for the people that simply wen’t a little too far but never actually did anything wrong, their lives are ruined. Regardless of accuracy or conviction, accusing someone of something of that magnitude can and will ruin their life. It’s not surprise that almost everything that happens in Holly Wood is recorded in tabloids or other magazines. As soon as an actor is accused of sexual misconduct, the whole world immediately knows, and is their lives are effectively ruined. One person that is guilty in all of the wake of the allegations is Kevin Spacey, one could consider him the spark to the #Metoo movement; a negative spark of course. It’s not news that Kevin Spacey was the lead in House of Cards, but the real question is, can an audience still watch the show without thinking about what he had done. I think that’s totally up to the audience but i do believe people should be more forgiving. Although he did wrong…everyone has done wrong in their life and to totally dismiss the legendary actor maybe an extreme response to what happened. He is ALMOST unemployable but because he’s such a trademark in Hollywood, he is starring in a new movie that might be more fitting for him personally. Harvey Weinstein is another person in Hollywood who has been accused of heinous acts. One of the few that is going to trial and probably serve time for what he has done. Dave Chappelle brings up both Spacey and Weinstein in his bit and allows for a bit of comedic relief when talking about them. He incorporates these prominent people in hollywood by completely making a joke out of them, attempting to be as ruthless as possible. Chappelle continuously uses harsh language, and sensitive topics to become closer with his audience…which he is very successful for. He also brings up the touching subject of Transgender people. As he brings this up he makes fun of himself for dancing with one for a while and not realizing it. His different voices make it an interesting show. I think Dave’s view on these subjects makes for a more open conversation about the aforementioned controversies. As he makes them more humorous he allows people to lighten up and take things less seriously. Which in my opinion, many people need to do. Relax.