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I kind of liked this slow stoner comedy, in which cowriter Dave Chappelle is the brains of a trio of underachievers (including Guillermo Diaz and Jim Breuer) who start selling a commodity they'd previously only bought—they need to raise bail money for a friend (Harland Williams) who's been arrested for feeding the pot-inspired contents of several grocery bags to a diabetic police horse. Clarence Williams III is the dealer whose territory they encroach on; Rachel True plays the lust object Chappelle meets, inspiring him to try to kick the habit. In keeping with his persona, Steven Wright has a bit part that involves mostly the back of his head; Tommy Chong plays a small but crucial role in the prison community, and the former host of America's Funniest Home Videos pops up when you least expect him. Written by Chappelle and Neal Brennan; directed by Tamra Davis (1998). 82 min.

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