Comedian Dave Chappelle joined Ride With Norman Reedus for a cruise from Charleston, S.C., to Savannah, Ga. Which seems far, but not for a seasoned biker like Chappelle.
Chappelle started riding motorcycles in 2007. He described his riding prowess by saying, “I’m the guy that rides like 40 miles with his blinker on.”
They stopped along the way to enjoy various tasks, like oystering and of course oyster eating.
They also stopped by Penn Center, one of the first schools for freed slaves. Which was particularly special for Chappelle because his great-grandfather was a state legislator in South Carolina during Reconstruction.
They finished the trip with Chappelle performing stand-up comedy in Savannah. The comedian wrapped up his routine by saying, “If you’re a person that got some tolerance in you or a person that got some understanding beyond yourself, then let it out. Let’s change the world.”
Ride With Norman Reedus airs a Mondays at 9 p.m. on AMC.
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