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Where was Jeffrey Ross? He's the HIGHLIGHT of every roast he appears on.

Steve Martin and Martin Short were funny, but it would've been funny to see them you know, ACTUALLY THERE AND MAKING FUN OF CHEVY.

I guess the best roaster award goes to Steven Colbert, due to lack of competition.

They should've invited Triumph again.

Next year, they should do Bill Clinton or Bill Murray.

EDIT! I should also add that Schaffer's laugh annoyed me after a while. I was soooooo waiting for someone to go "If I wanted to hear you cackle like an idiot I'd watch CBS for the first time since 1994." I like Paul, but that LAUGH. Eeek.

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My $0.02

**Nobody** likes Chevy Chase. That new SNL book illustrated that point very clearly. This also explains why there were so few "famous" people there. They couldn't even bring Vigoda out of the mothballs for that one.
This is why half of the roasters had to start with variations on "Why am I here? I don't know this guy".

Jeffrey Ross could have been there though. It's the only thing he does with any skill at all, and God knows he's not famous.

Triumph is SNL warhorse Robert Smigel (see above)

Todd Barry was awesome. Todd Barry is always awesome. (Bias Note: I have worked with Todd Barry. Todd Barry is awesome.)

The Belz never sleeps.

Where were all the decrepit Jews? Let's bring the Friars back to where it began.

Still, I never get tired of this kind of humor. We're going to roast a friend of mine at his bachelor party:
"We're here for one reason tonight -- because that castrating wench won't let him go to a strip joint."



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dammit....i missed it. i knew it was gonna be on and completely forgot about it until i saw the title to this thread. anybody hear when they'll re-run it??



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Chase is the biggest prick in SNL history. A lot of people were happy when he left SNL. That's probably why they didn't have that many big stars at the roast.

BTW, Al Franken's speech was the funniest.





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anyone pick up thost Dean Martin "Man of the Hour" roasts they're whoring on late night/early morning infomercials? they look like a good time to me...



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Jkyle.com says:

I just now realized Abe wasn't there. JESUS, Chevy has fallen. Did Alan King retire or does he hate him too much to show up too?





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The roast would've been better if Triumph, David Spade or Norm McDonald showed up.

I still think this roast was better than the Roast of Tom Arnold.



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    Originally posted by tomvejada
    The roast would've been better if Triumph, David Spade or Norm McDonald showed up.

    I still think this roast was better than the Roast of Tom Arnold.



They had a roast of Tom Arnold??? Where was I for that one? That would be a good roast (Tom's negative review notwithstanding).

The Chevy Chase roast was bad, and who the Hell is Lisa Lampanelli?



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Sorry, I was hoping this meant Chevy Chase was immolated.



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FoxSports had a roast for Tom Arnold before his wedding a few months ago. Joanie Laurer was there. That pretty much sums up my feelings about the roast.



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    Originally posted by Grimis
    Sorry, I was hoping this meant Chevy Chase was immolated.



Wow. Grimis and me agreeing on something. We got a full moon? What the hell is going on here?

Grimis, I'm willing to put our differences aside to work together toward the ultimate destruction of Chevy Chase. It'll be like that "Masters of the Universe" where He Man and Skeletor team up to drive off the unspeakably evil alien. It'll be so cool.



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    Originally posted by DJ Ran

      Originally posted by Grimis
      Sorry, I was hoping this meant Chevy Chase was immolated.



    Wow. Grimis and me agreeing on something. We got a full moon? What the hell is going on here?

    Grimis, I'm willing to put our differences aside to work together toward the ultimate destruction of Chevy Chase. It'll be like that "Masters of the Universe" where He Man and Skeletor team up to drive off the unspeakably evil alien. It'll be so cool.



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i'd love to see roasts of Earnist Borgnine, Don Rickles, and Bill Cosby...

to you youngins, Borgnine was McHale in McHale's Navy, and Don Rickles most recently was the Voice of Mr. Potato Head in the Toy Story movies...



DDP: Well, there's this little passage I got memorized, Diamond Dallas 25:17. Sort of fits this occasion:

"The path of the bookerman is beset on all sides by the inequities of the talented, and the tyranny of workrate freaks. Blessed is he, who in the name of tradition and sports entertainment carries the stiffs through the matches of Nitro, for he is truly the workrate's keeper, and the finder of lost quality. And I will lay the smack down upon thee with great vengeance and furious roid rage those who attempt to outwrestle and expose my brothers. And you will know my name as the Bookerman, when I lay my catchphrase upon thee!"

DDP & Kevin: *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!*
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    Originally posted by rikidozan
    i'd love to see roasts of Earnist Borgnine, Don Rickles, and Bill Cosby...

    to you youngins, Borgnine was McHale in McHale's Navy, and Don Rickles most recently was the Voice of Mr. Potato Head in the Toy Story movies...



Why not say Ernest Borgnine was on Airwolf? I'm sure the kids would remember THAT better then McHale's Navy. Don Rickles has already been roasted back on Dean Martin's Celebrity Roast, they probably wouldn't do him again.

What about Rodney Dangerfield or Eddie Murphy? For Rodney, everyone can just be extremely nice to him; and with Eddie, shit, the material would write itself with how his career's been the past decade.

Even better, how about a Carrot Top roast and get the meanest guys on the circuit to just tear him apart and bring him to tears... THAT would RULE!!



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sorry, never heard of airwolf...but i did see McHale's Navy...



DDP: Well, there's this little passage I got memorized, Diamond Dallas 25:17. Sort of fits this occasion:

"The path of the bookerman is beset on all sides by the inequities of the talented, and the tyranny of workrate freaks. Blessed is he, who in the name of tradition and sports entertainment carries the stiffs through the matches of Nitro, for he is truly the workrate's keeper, and the finder of lost quality. And I will lay the smack down upon thee with great vengeance and furious roid rage those who attempt to outwrestle and expose my brothers. And you will know my name as the Bookerman, when I lay my catchphrase upon thee!"

DDP & Kevin: *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!*
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Chevy Chase is a punk. I haven't come across a good Chevy Chase movie EVER. Plus, I wasn' a fan of his SNL work (which brought him to the forefront).



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The first Vacation movie and the Christmas one were both pretty good, and while technically it's not a Chase movie... you can't forget the awesomeness that is Caddyshack.



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Wanna roast Ernest Borgnine? Three words: The Black Hole.



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    Originally posted by rikidozan
    sorry, never heard of airwolf...but i did see McHale's Navy...


holy crap, airwolf RULED!!! It was a Bell 222B Twin helicopter painted black with retractable machine guns and retractable rocket laucher. It had after burners to go real fast, and when it was flying around it had this screech to it instead of the standard thumping sound helicopters make. And it had stealth mode.

Ernest Borgnine and Jan Michael Vincent kept it hidden in some hollowed out mountain in the desert.




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    Originally posted by Bizzle Izzle

      Originally posted by rikidozan
      sorry, never heard of airwolf...but i did see McHale's Navy...


    holy crap, airwolf RULED!!! It was a Bell 222B Twin helicopter painted black with retractable machine guns and retractable rocket laucher. It had after burners to go real fast, and when it was flying around it had this screech to it instead of the standard thumping sound helicopters make. And it had stealth mode.

    Ernest Borgnine and Jan Michael Vincent kept it hidden in some hollowed out mountain in the desert.



ok, i'll just have to take your word for it then...





DDP: Well, there's this little passage I got memorized, Diamond Dallas 25:17. Sort of fits this occasion:

"The path of the bookerman is beset on all sides by the inequities of the talented, and the tyranny of workrate freaks. Blessed is he, who in the name of tradition and sports entertainment carries the stiffs through the matches of Nitro, for he is truly the workrate's keeper, and the finder of lost quality. And I will lay the smack down upon thee with great vengeance and furious roid rage those who attempt to outwrestle and expose my brothers. And you will know my name as the Bookerman, when I lay my catchphrase upon thee!"

DDP & Kevin: *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!* *BANG!*
-From MrJF's Pulp Bookerman

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