You know you have some pull when you ask a major streaming service to take your show off the service and they respect it and do so. That's what Dave Chappelle did, according to his new stand-up called "Unforgiven." He asked Netflix to stop streaming the "Chappelle Show." He explained to the live audience how it all went down. He basically called Netflix letting them know how he felt. Dave basically said he has no say, rights or rights to revenue over the show, which belongs to Comedy Central that is owned by Viacom. Viacom can do whatever they want since he signed the deal years ago, but asked the head honchos at Netflix if they thought it was cool because he didn't think it was. Let's just say Netflix definitely has respect for the man, considering all of the specials he has done with the streaming service, because they listened and agreed to pull the Chappelle Show from the service.