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Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav (Extended and Uncensored)

Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav (Extended and Uncensored)
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Comedy Central Roast of Flavor Flav (Extended and Uncensored)

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  • TV

  • Run Time: 80

  • Release Date: 2/12/2008

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Flavor Flav gets clocked! Join Roastmaster Katt Williams as he takes the stage and hosts a no-holds-barred barbeque. Roastmasters Snoop Dogg, Lisa Lampanelli, Ice T, Patton Oswalt, Jimmy Kimmel, and more take on Flav's history of lovin', lampin', and yeeeeah booooy!

Product Details
Actors:Flavor Flav, Alexis Arquette, Coco Austin, Chyna, Tiffany Collie
Director:Joel Gallen
Format:Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, Full Screen, NTSC
Number of Discs:1
Studio:Comedy Central
Run Time:90 minutes
DVD Release Date:February 12, 2008
Average Customer Rating: based on 43 reviews

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Average Customer Review:4.5 ( 43 customer reviews )
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9 of 10 found the following review helpful:

5I could watch this over and over again!!!  Dec 28, 2007 By A. A. Smith "Ari8306"
I swear i think this is one of the funniest comedy roast's i have ever seen in my life!!! All the comedians were dogging so bad on Flavor Flav....especially Jeff Ross and Lisa Lampanelli. I would DEFINATELY recommend this to other viewers. i will be buying this as soon as it comes to DVD on Feb. 12, 2008...

3 of 3 found the following review helpful:

4"I'm not actually here for the roast. I'm here to get my bike back."  Apr 02, 2009 By H. Bala "Me Too Can Read"
Several joke SPOILERS ahead.

William Drayton aka Flavor Flav, he who rocks the clock necklace and is rap's hype man of all hype men, as well as a dubious reality TV star, gets his kiester fully roasted - and it's a show well worth the watching. This laugh-a-second event, debuting on television August 12, 2007 on Comedy Central, is definitely not for the faint-hearted. The humor is abundantly vulgar and oh-so-scandalous. I was startled that the uncut version (but with commercials) was televised until I remembered the same thing was done for a re-airing of the Pamela Anderson roast. But this one...daaammn. This one'll rip your guts out as you laugh and maybe collapse in shock off your sofa and onto your back pocket. Nothing is taboo, nothing is too PC. The things they say...

The festivities begin with a pre-opening credits assist from his Public Enemy cohort Chuck D, who drops him off and then skeddadles the hell out ("Chuck D wanted to be here tonight...but D stands for Dignity."). Then Katt Williams is introduced as the Roast Master. Now Katt Williams may style himself as a comedic pimp, but he's a short, tiny dude, a fact which doesn't go unnoticed by the dais. But Williams guides the show well and brings it with his brand of urban humor, even if he does sound remarkably like Eddie Griffin.

The professional comics do themselves proud, leaving no stone unturned and no guest on stage untouched. First roaster Greg Giraldo has a great line regarding Ice-T's age: "You're so old, the first thing you bought with your record deal money was your freedom." CarrotTop may well have tied with Lisa Lampanelli in "who got themselves torn a new one" department, although he held his own when his turn came (but, yes, he brought out the props). Jimmy Kimmel, Jeffrey Ross, and Pat Oswald, who all must be on some sort of Comedy Central roast retainer, strafed the dais with blistering disses. A comedienne named Sommore is decent. Even the rappers took a turn with the jokes and came up with some good zingers; I particularly like Snoop Dogg's bag on his buddy Ice-T about his music (don't get it twisted, I'm a fan of Ice-T's; the jokes were just way funny). Meanwhile, Snoop also busted a rhyme acapella. Finally, there's a reason Lisa Lampanelli, the potty mouthed Queen of Mean, is saved for the closer position. She is just howlingly funny. And, yes, predictably, she again brought down the house. Meanwhile, the Flavor of Love girls were in the audience and did not pass unscathed.

Regarding the man of the hour himself, Flavor Flav, this is the cleanest joke I can divulge, and it's from the cranky Jeffrey Ross: "Starving children send you 50 cents a day." The rest of the stuff is just too filthy to mention. As I've said, the shock factor is pretty high. There are brutal references to Magic Johnson, Michael Vick, James Brown's corpse, and even Chris Benoit. So, as a warning, if you can't stand the heat, if your feelings are easily ruffled, if you're of the uptight persuasion and tend to say things like, "Well, I never!" - well, then, don't.

The only one of the roasters to fail abjectly is Bridgitte Nielsen, who comes off as trying too hard and, worse, just isn't funny. I felt as awkward for her as I felt bad for the fumbling Farrah Fawcett in the Comedy Central Roast of William Shatner (Uncensored). Flavor Flav, when it was time for him to give as good as he got, didn't. But that's okay. Folks expecting this cat to be out-of-the-blue funny and witty is inhaling too much around Snoop. For me, this show's not about Flavor Flav. It's about the jokes. And, in that regard, I got my money's worth.

Also, it's nice to see Spinderella (of Salt 'n Pepa) once again spinning the wheels of steel. Damn, that DJ made my day.

2 of 3 found the following review helpful:

4Why the change in background music?  Mar 01, 2008 By El "Double Dipping SUX!"
Overall, really funny. I was upset to find they changed the music to some generic, instrumental pieces instead of actual radio songs. The clearest example being during the Snoop Dogg intro; when he gets to the podium, 'Snoop D.O. Double G' is playing and he moves with it and is following the beat very well. In the DVD version, he is still moving, but looks stupid as the new song has one beat and his movements have a completely different beat.

Other than that, I thought it was a very funny DVD and worth the $14.99 I paid.

5I Cried I Laughed So Hard...  Sep 22, 2010 By J. Anderson
Probably second only to the Pam Anderson Comedy Central Roast, the Flavor Flav roast is raunchy, irreverent and insanely funny. The CC roasting core of Greg Giraldo, Lisa Lampanelli and Jeff Ross once again deliver the goods in the most politically incorrect way imaginable. Even Snoop and Ice-T are funny! Very explicit language, so if that kind of thing offends you, don't buy this DVD. Otherwise, it's a must-have roast and one of the funniest DVDs out there.

5Flavor Flaaaaaav!  May 25, 2011 By J. Evers
One of the Comedy Central roast gems! Jeff Ross, Greg Giraldo (R.I.P.), Lisa Lampinelli, Snoop Dogg, Katt Williams, Ice T and others rip into Flav and everyone else on the dais. Hilarious! Even an apparently relapsed (and spooky) Brigitte Nielson is there (is this before or after Celebrity Rehab?). Flavor Flav is the best sport, laughing at the jabs against him and everyone else. Worth watching anytime you want to laugh and laugh and laugh!

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