An impromptu performance from Dave Chappelle at a comedy club would be enough to make anyone's life complete, but if he were randomly joined by Chris Rock at the end, well - let's just say we'd be able to die happy.

Luckily for the audience at NYC's Comedy Cellar (the same one from Louie, yes), this is exactly what happened: Apparently, Chappelle took the stage unannounced sometime after midnight and performed a 45-minute set by himself before Rock joined him. The two then proceeded to text Jay-Z at 1:30 AM to ask if he wanted to go get spaghetti, and when he didn't answer, they called up Arsenio Hall and Lenny Kravitz to leave them voicemails. So, basically, magic was made.

Additionally, they discussed actually going on tour together, which would be the best thing ever. From Comic's Comic, via Vulture:

"Come out to Oakland," Chappelle told Rock.

"You should come down to West Palm," Rock replied.

Chappelle: "After next Tuesday, I'm free for like 11 years."

Rock said he has a new movie of his own he's going to film later this spring, and would be cutting it over the summer. "I've got time between now and the movie," Rock told Chappelle onstage. "By Halloween, I could do dates."

[...]

"This could be the show," Chappelle said. "Fireside chats with Chris Rock."

"I'm in," Rock replied.

Oh my God, so are we. 

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[via Vulture]