It's OK That Chevy Chase Used The N-Word, See, Because Richard Pryor Gave Him Permission

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | February 6, 2013 | Comments ()

By Dustin Rowles | Trade News | February 6, 2013 |

Caught up? Good. Just one more thing we have to touch upon before we move on: Remember when Chevy Chase dropped an N-bomb and ended up briefly shutting down production on Community before he ultimately left the series? Yeah, well, about that.

In an interview with Howard Stern, Joel McHale explained -- uncomfortably, like he had no desire to be on Stern's show -- that when McHale attempted to calm Chase down, he would try to fight McHale. Specifically, on the N-word fracas, it turns out it was TOTALLY OK what Chevy Chase said, because Richard Pryor totally gave him permission.

I didn't realize that's how it worked. So, in order to use the N-word freely, all we need to do is get permission from a black friend? Good to know. I'm going to keep that information in my back pocket.

(Via Laughspin)

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