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The Comedy Central Roasts focuses on one celebrity who is basically ripped to shreds or "roasted" by a group of their peers. Headlined by a roast master, you will witness celebrities ranging from actors and comedians to athletes and radio personalities telling jokes and stories about the star of the show that will make you laugh one second and cringe the next!

The roast is a no holds barred, laugh a minute, all out assault on whoever is brave enough to accept an invitation to sit in the hot seat! Although very few topics are off limits, this is all done with good natured fun in mind. It is widely considered to be an honor or a sign of respect that people will take the time to belittle you in front of a national audience. Even though you know that the editors of the show have their hands full before the show hits the air, it's not a show that you will want to watch with your children!

Roasters be warned, the tables are quickly turned when your fellow roasters take the stage. Generally, before they start firing shots at the guest of honor, the roasters will warm up by unleashing their jokes on their fellow presenters! You never really know what to expect when you sit on that panel, so bring a thick skin, because it might get dangerous!

The first roast sat comedian Dennis Leary in the hot seat. Since then, we have been treated to a who's who of stars take their turn getting blasted. That list includes actors William Shatner, Roseanne Barr, Chevy Chase, Joan Rivers, and David Hasselhoff. Hugh Hefner, Donald Trump, and Flava Flav even got into the act.

The list of roasters is quite impressive as well. We have seen the likes of Gary Busey, Carl Reiner, Snoop Dogg, and Tom Arnold all take their turns hacking away at their friends.

If you are looking for side-splitting fun, this show fits the bill!

Sundays at 10:00 pm et/pt on Comedy Central
10 Seasons, 17 Episodes
August 12, 2007
Talk & Interview
6.7/10
Cast: Denis Leary, Jeff Garlin, Sonya Rose Atkinson, Big Bad Voodoo Daddy
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Comedian Patrice O'Neal Dies Following Stroke

The comedy scene lost a veteran today as New York comedian Patrice O'Neal died at the age of 41, following a stroke that he suffered in October. You may have seen O'Neal acting as one of the warehouse guys in early episodes of "The Office," or in movies ranging from "The 25th Hour" to "Furry Vengeance."

Charpocalypse Now: Watch Charlie Sheen and Martin Sheen Parody 'Apocalypse Now'

Charlie Sheen and his father Martin teamed up for an extraordinary trailer to the upcoming "Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen," airing opposite the premiere of CBS's new Sheen-free "Two and a Half Men." Watch the two Sheens parody "Apocalypse Now."

Have A Little Taste Of Charlie Sheen's Roast

The Charlie Sheen Roast on Comedy Central doesn't take place until Monday, September 19th, but the event has already been taped, and some choice tidbits have emerged from the evening's festivities, which must have felt like a home run derby at a teeball park.

Rapper Nate Dogg Dead at Age 41

"All doggs do go to heaven," according to Snoop Dogg.

After years of struggling with health problems, the voice of G-Funk, Nate Dogg has passed away.

Nate Dogg, born Nathaniel Hale, was a pioneer in the hip-hop game hailing from Long Beach, California.

He was part of the original West Coast rap movement and involved with Death Row Records in the 1990's.

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Roast of Justin Bieber - The Eight Harshest Bieber Slams - Uncensored Clip (01:52)