The discrete Chebyshev polynomials are orthogonal with respect to a distribution, which is a step function with jumps one unit at the points , N being a fixed positive integer. By using a double integral representation, we have recently obtained asymptotic expansions for in the double scaling limit, namely, and , where and ; see . In this paper, we continue to investigate the behavior of these polynomials when the parameter b approaches the endpoints of the interval (0, 1). While the case is relatively simple (because it is very much like the case when b is fixed), the case is quite complicated. The discussion of the latter case is divided into several subcases, depending on the quantities n, x, and , and different special functions have been used as approximants, including Airy, Bessel, and Kummer functions.