Chris Rock fans in New Orleans not only got two comics for the price of one -- they got a once in a lifetime experience. Rock's Saturday Night show at the Saenger Theatre was crashed by his good friend Dave Chappelle, who shared the stage with Chris for 90 minutes in a spontaneous, unscripted set that was surely something to behold.

Chapelle called the performance a "social experiment" in his opening bit, reports the New Orleans Advocate. Once Chris joined him on stage, the two shared some banter and rode the momentum of the conversation, earning laughs with bits on Trump, Michael Jackson, and Rock's failed marriage.

At one point, Chappelle addressed criticism he's received over jokes about Bill Coby's rape victims from his new Netflix specials. "Coming after me for feminist issues is a waste of time," he said, choosing to double down on the politically-incorrect jokes. "You know what the feminist movement needs? A male leader."

"Y’all got a weird show," Chris would say later in the night. It certainly sounds that way. Check out some photos from the night, which also featured opening sets from Eric Andre and Jeff Ross, below.

Had some special guests tonight. #TotalBlackOutTour check it out. #NewOrleans

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Epic night last night

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