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  • Actors: David Hasselhoff, Pamela Anderson, Traci Bingham, Whitney Cummings, William Daniels
  • Directors: Joel Gallen
  • Writers: Aaron Matthew Lee, Anthony Jeselnik, Corinne Marshall, David Feldman, Guy Nicolucci
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Dolby, NTSC, Widescreen
  • Language: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Aspect Ratio: 1.85:1
  • Number of discs: 1
  • Rated: NR (Not Rated)
  • Studio: Comedy Central
  • DVD Release Date: January 11, 2011
  • Run Time: 90 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.6 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (14 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B004B93RD8
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #20,880 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)
  • Learn more about "Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff" on IMDb

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The Comedy Central Roast of David Hasselhoff, featuring Roast Master Seth MacFarlane (Family Guy), was an unforgettable night of sexy, dirty, intoxicating jokes and jabs -- nothing was Hoff limits. Roast Master Seth MacFarlane and a dais of top comedians and celebrities honored The Hoff in proper roast fashion. Roasters included: Pamela Anderson, Whitney Cummings, Greg Giraldo, Gilbert Gottfried, George Hamilton, Hulk Hogan, Lisa Lampanelli, Jeffrey Ross and Jerry Springer.

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Germans love David Hasselhoff.
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I don't know Whitney Cummings from Whitney Goings, but she made me laugh which ultimately is all that matters in this platform.
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I laughed at almost every minute.
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Anyone familiar with the "Comedy Central Roast" series should have a pretty good idea of what to expect by now. In the grand scheme of things, it was only a matter of time before David Hasselhoff hit the dais. I mean, seriously, has there ever been a subject more ripe for ridicule than our man Hoff? I don't think so. But Hasselhoff takes it all with good natured bemusement. If anything, when the subject of the roast veers to topics that don't concern him (and you know these roasts are just an opportunity for some of the comedians to try out material even if completely unrelated to the subject at hand)--he seems a bit bewildered. On the whole, though, if you've taken in the entire series of roasts--the honor for Hasselhoff may not be the brightest comedy jewel, but it is far from the bottom as well. An enjoyable evening, with a couple of standouts, if this runs to your taste--this is an easy recommendation.

The Hoff tribute gathers the usual Comedy Central suspects including Lisa Lampanelli, Jeffrey Ross, Gilbert Gottfried, last year's break-out Whitney Cummings, and recently deceased Greg Giraldo and mixes them with George Hamilton, Hulk Hogan, Jerry Springer and Pam Anderson. As usual, some of the "celebrity" roasters have ties to Hasselhoff (such as Anderson) but most are comedy mainstays with little to no personal involvement with the subject. The jokes can be hit or miss, as you might expect, and nobody was a complete disaster. Springer was easily my least favorite--but no one really looks to Jerry for his unique comedy stylings, do they?
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When I first watched this on Comedy Centreal I could not believe everything they were saying! This is probbaly one the best Roasts I have seen. Lisa Lampanelli & Greg Giraldo are easily the best. Theres no one bad on this roast and it can be watched multipale times and get a laugh each time. This roast is awesome I highly recomend you purchase!
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Anyone familiar with the "Comedy Central Roast" series should have a pretty good idea of what to expect by now. In the grand scheme of things, it was only a matter of time before David Hasselhoff hit the dais. I mean, seriously, has there ever been a subject more ripe for ridicule than our man Hoff? I don't think so. But Hasselhoff takes it all with good natured bemusement. If anything, when the subject of the roast veers to topics that don't concern him (and you know these roasts are just an opportunity for some of the comedians to try out material even if completely unrelated to the subject at hand)--he seems a bit bewildered. On the whole, though, if you've taken in the entire series of roasts--the honor for Hasselhoff may not be the brightest comedy jewel, but it is far from the bottom as well. An enjoyable evening, with a couple of standouts, if this runs to your taste--this is an easy recommendation.

The Hoff tribute gathers the usual Comedy Central suspects including Lisa Lampanelli, Jeffrey Ross, Gilbert Gottfried, last year's break-out Whitney Cummings, and recently deceased Greg Giraldo and mixes them with George Hamilton, Hulk Hogan, Jerry Springer and Pam Anderson. As usual, some of the "celebrity" roasters have ties to Hasselhoff (such as Anderson) but most are comedy mainstays with little to no personal involvement with the subject. The jokes can be hit or miss, as you might expect, and nobody was a complete disaster. Springer was easily my least favorite--but no one really looks to Jerry for his unique comedy stylings, do they?
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By James Beswick VINE VOICE on June 21, 2011
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David Hasselhoff is the perfect target for a Roast given his illustrious background in Knight Rider, Baywatch, German music and eating cheeseburgers off the floor. With roasters like Lisa Lampanelli and Jeffrey Ross, clearly none of this good career-crumbling material is wasted and it's quickly turned into vicious jibes in the classic Roast tradition.

While some of the guests don't quite hit the mark (George Hamilton and Hulk Hogan), they provide great fodder for those that do (Lampanelli: "It's no coincidence George Hamilton loves the sun; they were born in the same year. This difference is, the sun is actually a star.").

Most of the other quotes wouldn't be allowed on here. Overall, it's filthy, it's offensive and it's absolutely hilarious.
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Baywatch. Knight Rider. A Nick Fury made-for-TV movie. Cryptically a singing sensation in Germany. One infamous night of drunken cheeseburger debauchery. C'mon, that résumé just screams for a roast. It's almost like David Hasselhoff was begging for it. Here he gets 71 minutes of brutal character assassination. He seems to love every minute of it.

So far, Comedy Central's only had one clunker in its roast franchise (that would be the Roast of Denis Leary). The Hoff garners a surprisingly good lineup on the dais. And I say surprising because who would've thunk it that non-comics like Hulk Hogan, George Hamilton, and Pamela Anderson could fire off some pretty good zingers? Heck, even his AGT co-judges, Sharon Osbourne and Piers Morgan, get some good digs in. Seth MacFarlane, tall, dark, and handsome creator of FAMILY GUY, makes a terrific and funny host, and why hasn't this cat been more in front of the camera? To paraphrase Lisa Lampanelli in the bonus features, it's hard to make fun of MacFarlane because he's got his $#it so together. But the dais manages. I don't know Whitney Cummings from Whitney Goings, but she made me laugh which ultimately is all that matters in this platform.

Once more, the usual suspects send the Q rating plummeting. Lisa Lampanelli, the Queen of Mean, starts off the fireworks and, as usual, she pulls no punches. Jeffrey Ross, who only roasts the ones he loves, approaches the lectern in a speedo so tight-fitting you could tell he really is Jewish. Gilbert Gottfried, who always kills it whenever he's featured in one of these things, cracks up the crowd with some very risque material (I loved his genie in the lamp jokes). One bittersweet note is that stand-up comic Greg Giraldo unexpectedly passed away not too long after doing this show.
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