Anyone else really dislike Lisa Lampinelli? Didn't even know who she was until Pam Anderson's roast. Don't know why some comedians think it's necessary to have their entire dialog bleeped out to be funny. Men or women. But it seems like some of the women think they need to be twice as vulgar and disgusting as the guys to level the playing field. I watched about two minutes of it and switched over to speed channel. The previews of the show sounded like one big test of the emergency broadcast system. Just what I thought though. Maybe it's funny to some.
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Posts: 53788 From: Raleigh NC Registered: Jan 2001
you can say that again... Farrah was wasted out of her gourd.
You can say that again. She was far worse than Courtey Love was at the last one. She didnt know her own name when someone cracked on her and she had to be spoonfed her lines (5 times). Id say anyone that wanted to do a celebrity should get her phone number and be assured of a party. My fav line was ' thats the shaggiest, nastiest, wad of hair (or to that effect) Ive seen (while looking at Shatner who wears a hairpiece)............Farrah close your legs.
Posts: 2912 From: Loveland, Co Registered: Feb 2000
At the opening the phrase "**** you and the horse you rode in on", then later they stole my line. Also, Andy Dick lives up to his name. His reference to Kirk and Spock's love child was kind of unique. In the 70s I had, and stiil have, Farrah's poster. Now she looks like a poster child. It as funny when Betty White slamed because she was right on. The gay jokes about Soolo (however you spell his name) got old, even when he did them. On a scale of 1-10, I give the show a 5, ok to watch, but don't need to see it again.
Posts: 37932 From: Displaced Alaskan Registered: Jun 2003
I miss the Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts. That was class. Tear into the person, but it was still funny. Not just mean spirited, but funny. I did like a few of the roasters. I thought Betty White did a great job, as well as George Takei. And Jason Alexander was good as the host.