posted on Sep, 23 2011 @ 08:21 AM
Originally posted by Gazrok
Finally got to see this... I loved John Lovitz' rippings....and yes, Mike Tyson was hysterical. That girl Amy though, really went low though (and not
on Charlie as much)...
Disease and kid custody are two areas that really should be left out of a roast...not in good taste there.
Charlie was a great sport about it though, he really was (as was his former GF in the audience)....
I didn't watch the roast, but I read quite a bit about it. This was a roast, everybody gets it. Both the focus of the roast and the people roasting.
It's what happens. It's a mean event, if they didn't want to be a part of it they should've said no. That includes Charlie Sheen.
Also, Charlie Sheen is a genuinely awful person who has ruined a lot of lives, including those of his children. He's a mess of a person, he'd be
pitiable if he weren't so unrepentant and indulgent. Somebody telling him he's never going to see his kids again isn't half as bad as the fact that
his daughters are going to someday learn how their father treated women. He shouldn't have custody of his children and if people make a joke about
that at a roast maybe it'll make him think about his actions.
Originally posted by BIGPoJo
reply to post by Gazrok
They should have left the death of Ryan Dunn alone. That was just too disheartening for Steve-O. You could almost see him shed a tear.
I also don't get this. From what I can see the joke was this: "'I'm sorry for the loss of your friend Ryan Dunn.
'I know you were thinking, "It could have been me," and I know we were all thinking "Why wasn't it?"
First, how is that about Ryan Dunn? She says his name, but it's not like she's saying, "Ryan Dunn is dead, hooray!" She's making a joke that
nobody cares about Steve-O. Also, Ryan Dunn died in a drunk driving accident, something a lot of people seem to forget or ignore. Since when are we so
sensitive about people who were driving drunk and killed themselves and ANOTHER PERSON. I liked Ryan Dunn, I wish he were still around, but he didn't
die tragically, he'd die stupidly.