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While waiting for Dave Chappelle‘s next unpublicized stand-up, let’s do ourselves a favor and learn to like Chappelle’s co-host and fellow D.C. native Donnell Rawlings, who’s not only unafraid of tweaking black stereotypes but can’t seem to get enough of doing so. As the least violent member of the Time Haters, a group of pimps who traveled back to the 19th century to dole out pimp justice to slave owners, Rawlings gave us an effeminate, Jheri-curled pretty boy who, upon seeing the foreman’s whip, ran away screaming and shellacking his hair back into place. Ironically, Rawlings’ current routine has him obsessing over femmy men and bemoaning that gay jokes are no longer acceptable standup fare. Should make for a racy night. —Mike Riggs

Read the full City Lights pick here; deets below the jump.

Donnell Rawlings Friday, Oct. 2 (tonight) at 8 p.m. The DC Improv, 1140 Connecticut Ave. NW (202) 296-7008 $20