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Cut…It…Out. Daddy doesn't always know best! America's favorite sitcom dad was ripped a new one by the best insult comics in the business at the Comedy Central Roast of Bob Saget. Headlined by Roastmaster John Stamos, sit back and enjoy Greg Giraldo's cutting insights, Jeff Garlin's raucous impressions, and Jeffrey Ross’ jabs at Saget's life, career, and propensity for dating younger women. This was indeed the most family UN-friendly night of Bob Saget's entire career!


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  • Actors: Bob Saget, John Stamos, Jeffrey Ross
  • Directors: Joel Gallen
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Closed-captioned, Color, Full Screen, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Stereo)
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: December 30, 2008
  • Average Customer Review: 3.9 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (33 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001FT4PJW
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #46,406 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By jazzaheadandbehind on August 31, 2009
Format: DVD
This was an easy choice to by for me. I saw the censored version first and loved it. The roast is incredibly funny and I watch it a lot. Cloris Leachman is hysterical as well as Gilbert Godfrey. The bonus materials are good but not something that I would watch very often specially compared to the roast.
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Jared Clark on February 9, 2009
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Great roast, like most of the other ones...can't wait to see more of Comedy Central's lampoonings in the future. Be warned though...uncut and uncensored means raunchy and inappropriate, so this probably isn't for the easily offended. Everyone else, feel free to enjoy.
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2 of 2 people found the following review helpful By Centolam on February 8, 2012
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A rare display of integrated comedy brilliance. Cloris Leachman would have stole the show if it weren't of the fact that so many of the performances were also so well wrought. This included the classic bitting roast material by Greg Giraldo, a quintessentially warped exposition by Gilbert Godfied, and a brazenly surreal and histerical performance by Norm Mcdonald. There's a few contrived moments and false notes, especially in the prerecorded and more highly scripted material, that lacked the reactive catalyst of the live material, but the shine on this show was too bright to dull the finish much.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Jason VINE VOICE on June 9, 2010
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Not quite as funny as the Pamela Anderson Roast, this destruction/homage to Bob Saget is nonetheless funny. With a semi-lame John Stamos as Roastmaster, it was up to the various comedians and presenters to step up their game.

Cloris Leachman's deadpan performance and references to years past are hilarious, but when she drops the bomb that she's just at the event so she can F*#@ John Stamos, things get really funny. You haven't been shocked until you've heard Leachman say "reach around." Aside from a few weak contributions from Brian Posehn and John Lovitz, and three people (Sarah Silverman, Lewis Black, and Don Rickles) who were completely unfunny in their pre-taped appearances, other noteworthy performers delivered. Stalwarts Greg Giraldo, Jim Norton, and King of Roasts Jeffrey Ross all had several good jabs at not only Saget but others on stage. The most hilarious presentation, however, was delivered by gravel-voiced comedian Gilbert Gottfried when he continued to mention that "Bob Saget raped and killed a girl in 1990."

This Roast is also noteworthy because Norm Macdonald delivered the classic anti-Roast string of jokes that were so straight-faced and ridiculous that they caused tears of laughter from several comedians on stage. He intentionally bombed, and ended up being the one person remembered from this Roast the most. Some don't get it, but Macdonald is simply brilliant in his series of lame, 1950s-era puns mixed with raunchier material in his signature delivery.
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Having always found Bob Saget immensely overrated (refer my separate review of his standup) I reluctantly glanced at a few minutes of this only to be amazed at the quality of 'the Roasters material' - and even though I am sure they were meant to be mean I in fact agreed with most of their conclusions as to the lack of depth and substance of Saget be it as a TV show host (America's Funniest Home Videos), soap star (Full House), or as a standup comedian.

Sure his peers were raunchy and a tad too keen to swear (for my taste) but they were generally charming and witty which made it digestible... contrary to Saget's standup.

Much to my surprise however Saget actually kept his composure well and actually delivered a brief 'thank you speech' in the end that was both funny and clever - may this start a new chapter and may he make use of this new skill in any future shows.
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While growing up on the hit television shows Full House and American's Funniest Home Videos and then seeing this roast of Bob Saget...I was at first shocked at all the shock value humor but gradually fell in love with it after watching it again with friends and laughed my face off! I mean I was used to The Dean Martin Celebrity Roasts with there tongue in cheek dirty humor but this goes above and beyond that! I guess what shocked me the most was after all the comedians that roasted Bob Saget that evening that Cloris Leachman was truly the funniest person there...probably because of her delivery! I recommend this roast to watch again and again especially with your friends because it never got old for me and the laughs were still there!
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These Comedy Central Roasts are always hysterical, but the problem is they are much too long! Ok, how many times can you make jokes about Bob being a dork and doing the Olson twins. They try to break up the monotony by having the guests rip on each other first, but like ripping on the host it gets old fast! Every guest is ripped on at least 7-8 times!? Many of the jokes are the same and by the end you're just like enough already. I realize the ratings are high and it's a chance to promote your other talent, but it really should be 3-5 close friends of the guest giving each other s***, and it's shouldn't ever be more than 45 minutes with commercials.
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1 of 2 people found the following review helpful By H. Bala TOP 500 REVIEWER on October 10, 2010
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For a while Bob Saget enjoyed a stint as television's favorite dad. He then parlayed this inch of fame into hosting a bloopers show and then into a new career as a dirty comic (except that he probably always was a dirty comic). This "reinvention" then becomes the focal thrust of the dais's skewering of Bob Saget as he garners his own Comedy Central roast. His old crony, John Stamos, acts as Roastmaster and he's surprisingly adequate with his rehearsed lines and big toothy grin and perfect hair (damn straight I'm jealous).

As usual, with these roasts, foul aspersions are cast and shockingly gleefully inappropriate language is bandied about. The air that evening hung heavy with cringe-inducing (but in a good way) barbs aimed at the Olson twins and at how Saget brought the creepy and how minuscule his nub of comedic talent and how guest roaster Cloris Leachman is as old as friggin' dirt. It's pretty funny stuff. There are taped bits from Sarah Silverman (amusing) and Don Rickles (meh). Jon Lovitz, Greg Giraldo, Brian Posehn, Jeffrey Ross, and Jim Norton do their thing. And plus you can witness Norm McDonald's slow painful death at the lectern (or maybe I just don't get his "humor"). However, Norm does have a good comeback when Jim Norton bags on his performance. Jeff Garland does an impression for his bit, but it's maybe a little too inside-jokey.

Two people absolutely destroy the room, absolutely own it. One of them, unexpectedly, delightfully, is Cloris Leachman who opens her set with "I am not here to roast Bob Saget. I'm here to fu-- John Stamos." - and from there she doesn't look back. Her act alone is so epic it makes me rate this DVD 5 stars out of 5, never mind that there are some lame segments in the show.
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