The Roast of Pamela Anderson, from 2005, Nick DiPaolo’s part.
Larry The Cable Guy Roast
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Maximo TV www.maximotv.com http Greg Giraldo Interview at Comedy Central ‘Roast of Joan Rivers’ Red carpet at CBS Studios in Studio City,Ca July 26, 2009Interview by Dana Ward ***This footage is available for licensing*** The viewing of this clip by website visitors is only permissible for personal use; copying, commercial use, distribution, broadcast, download, additional use or transfer is expressly prohibited. Contact us for more information at maximotv.com for proper clearance. © Ricomix Productions / Maximo TV™ / maximotv.com
Dave Bday roast by Saturday night fever John Travolta guy
Kind of a Roast, guy in the Blue hair’s Idea and he has something wrong in his head.
We were at the pork and corn roast and all the sudden a huge storm come on and all of the people were tryin to hold the tent down but then some guy came in and told everybody to let it go
Larry the Cable Guy
I was watching a roast of Larry the cable guy and this comes on? wtf? xD
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