watch online the funniest celebrity video roasts, starting with the best of Comedy Central roasts: Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner, Comedy Central Roast of Pamela Anderson, Comedy Central Roast of Jeff Foxworthy, Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget or Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav. Now you can watch full, uncensored comedy roasts, with the greatest comedians roasted by their friends and most of all, you will find out spicy detils about the personal life of your favorite star, the reasons some accepted to be publicly insulted and how they reacted afterward.
College Humor presents a Batman remake called Badman. This is probably the best parody of Batman ever. Comedians Pete Holmes and Patton Oswalt are caught in an awkward situation where they have to explain to Badman what killing people and death mean.
New York City comedian J.L Cauvin mocks his fellow stage artist Louis C.L in commercial video for new comedy special. Cauvin, in his newest stand-up special, is somehow accusing Louis C. K of delivering nothing but en-gross jokes like “Knock, knock! Who’s there?” and “Why did the chicken cross the road?”
The comedy roast of Charlie Sheen video is a Comedy Central Production in witch, this year, Charlie Sheen is the victim of Roast Master Seth MacFarlane and other stars such as Jon Lovitz, Amy Schumer and previously roasted William Shatner. Guest appearances include Guns 'N Roses frontman Shlash. The lineup also includes Steve-O of Jackass and Mike Tyson.
The Comedy Central Roast of Joan Rivers was held at CBS Studios on July 26, 2009. Joan Rivers is an icon from a different school of comedy; she's a classic figure, winner of the Emmy Award and best-selling author. Roasters include Gilbert Gottfried, Greg Giraldo, Whitney Cummings, Brad Garrett, Carl Reiner, Mario Cantone, Robin Quivers and Tom Arnold. Kathy Griffin is the roastmaster.
Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy was held at the Warner Bros lot, on March 1, 2009. This comedy roast will be about a fictional character, not about Dan Whitney, the failed comedian who threw on a sleeveless shirt, donned a trucker hat and affected a fake Southern accent to become the enormously popular Larry the Cable Guy. The jokes would be at the expense of that creation.
The Comedy Central Roast of Donald Trump was originally taped on March 9, 2011 but had its premier on March 15, 2011. Roasters included Whitney Cummings, Lisa Lampanelli, Jeff Ross, Marlee Matlin, (with surprise "assistance" from Gilbert Gottfried), Anthony Jeselink, Larry King, Snoop Dogg, and Mike “The Situation” Sorrentino. Melania Trump, Ivanka Trump, Ice- T, Russell Simmons, John Legend and David Foster were in the audience.
The August 15, 2010 edition of Comedy Central's annual roast had as guest famous actor David Hasselhoff. The Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff, former star of Knight Rider and Baywatch, had jokes that everyone expected one way or another. The stars that dropped insults on Hasselhoff touched subjects like: Hasselhoff is talentless, his career is a joke and he's an alcoholic as evidenced by the now-legendary viral video of "The Hoff" attempting to eat a cheeseburger while very, very drunk.
Roast of Pamela Anderson is a Comedy Central production, uncensored video, DVD released on 14th February 2006 in which actors like Jimmy Kimmel, Tommy Lee and of course, the protagonist Pamela Anderson assume a stand-up comedian role joking about career, sex, relations, fame.
Comedy Central Roast of Jeff Foxworthy is another Comedy Central production from 2005 in the same stand-up comedy for charitable causes in which this roasts started. Stars are not offended by comedy, although they are being watched and laughed at, on the principle that funny is funny and humor cannot offend. In the video, the Blue Collar guy Jeff Foxworthy is skewered by his fellow comedians, friends and others. The DVD version was released on 20th March 2005.
Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner was produced by Joel Gallen with Aaron Matthew Lee serving as Head Writer. Among the roasters were Sandra Bullock, Jimmy Kimmel and Ben Stiller. The show was broadcasted on Comedy Central and the video was released on DVD on 20th March 2007. The Roast was nominated for a 2008 Primetime Emmy Award for Outstanding Variety Special. The tagline for this video was: "The Shat hits the fan."
Roast of Flavor Flav is produced by Joel Gallen at Comedy Central. During the extended and uncensored video the American rapper and TV personality William Drayton is roasted by Ice-T, Jimmy Kimmel, Snoop Dogg and other comedians, the roast master being Katt Williams. The DVD release date is 12th February 2008 and the runtime of the video is 90 minutes.
Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget is another stand-up comedy video, uncensored and extended, produced by Joel Gallen, DVD released in 30th December 2008. The stand-up comedian and actor Robert Saget is the roastee, being roasted by former actor colleagues and other stars in the stand-up comedy video.