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Three episodes in, the sitcom Dave has expanded its humorous scope while still maintaining its commitment to character growth. The tone for the next road journey is so established. Dave could do well to stage an episode in Atlanta, as that city has served as a creative catalyst for the series. Dave Season 3 Episode 3 episode is the season’s lightest and most realistic despite the presence of A-list visitors.  Continue reading at tvacute.com for an in-depth analysis of everything that took place in Dave Season 3 Episode 3, to get all the information you need.

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Dave Season 3 Episode 3 Recap

Dave and GaTa’s relationship is explored in this episode as it develops. Dave’s efforts to win over the Black community may come out as dishonest, but his interest in developing relationships with his new acquaintances is real. Dave may have been uncomfortable during the brunch scenario with Usher and Killer Mike, but it’s evident that Killer Mike had no ill will against him. He honestly had no idea who Dave was. Dave and GaTa were hoping to avoid paying the ransom, but they end up deciding to pay their kidnappers $50,000.   At the beginning of the episode, GaTa performs for several of his long-lost buddies, among them Stretch (Myles Bullock).

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GaTa gets a chance to work with Rick Ross later that night, and they end up using a beat that Benny Blanco originally prepared for Ross but he never ended up using. Dave thinks he can use this to improve his standing in the Black community. Ross invites Dave to join him at the Brunch, an event frequented by notable Black figures. However, Ross disappears, and Dave and GaTa are the victims of a robbery.  The burglars upload photos of their haul to the internet, prompting Ross to threaten Dave’s good name if he doesn’t return the chain.

GaTa takes command and negotiates with the bandits in hopes of recovering the chain in exchange for working together with Ross. GaTa manages to negotiate a verse from Lil Dicky for them. The band has a good time in the studio, and Dave comes up with the idea to act out another joke by pretending to be robbed. Meanwhile, GaTa confronts Stretch, the friend they both blame for setting them up. Dave, despite his financial loss, appears to have earned the respect of the Black community by the episode’s conclusion. There are also hints about Elz’s budding bond with Killer Mike and his financial troubles. Mike even pays for Elz’s

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