Chappelle surfaces in comedy clubs from time to time, performing stand-up without advance notice. Then, in 2008, Chappelle attempts to set the world-record for on-stage stand-up comedy endurance at Hollywood's Laugh Factory. He works the crowd for five hours before finally taking a bathroom break, which disqualifies him. "There are only two rules," club's owner Jamie Masada told reporters. "You have to continuously tell jokes that are funny and you can't leave the stage, even to go to the bathroom." Dane Cook's seven-hour, 34-minute record still stands. In 2010, Chappelle does a stand-up set at Los Angeles's Laugh Factory and, due to pent-up demand, the short video tops five million views.