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March 2nd, 2009 under Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy

Last night in Burbank on the Warner Bros lot, the latest celeb to be ripped a new on Comedy Central in a roast was Larry the Cable Guy and I was there to watch it. It was a fun night that included roasters like Maureen "Marsha Brady" McCormick, Warren Sapp, Gary Busey (wait 'til you see my in-depth interview with him), Reno Collier (Larry the Cable Guy's opening act), Jeff Ross, Jeff Foxworthy and Roast Master Lisa Lampanelli! Guests included Fired Up's Nicholas D'Agosto who is from the same hood as Larry, India De Beaufort and Marques Ray who are starring in Comedy Central's new show Krod Mandoon and the Flaming Sword of Fire that premieres in April, Kyle Cease and Doug Benson to name a few!
The Comedy Central Roast of Larry the Cable Guy is one of the funniest of them all!!! Lisa was a great Roast Master and I think she was roasted the most out of all them! Maureen McCormick was the female icon of the bunch and I think she missed out her on calling; she should so be a comedian! Her timing on the jokes were perfect! Gary Busey was Gary Busey and even roasted himself! Warren Sapp was too adorable because everytime he roasted someone, he would flash that sweet grin of his! Jeff Foxworthy was clean and funny and didn't do that many, if any, You Might Be A Red Neck jokes. Toby Keith had a lot of great one-lines. Reno Collier proved he has the potential to be more than an opening act. And if his career follows Larry the Cable Guy's than he will do better than Larry who did better than the person he opened for…Jeff Foxworthy!!!
The Comedy Central Roast with Larry the Cable will debut on March 15th at 10p and it is def not one to miss!!! And up until the premiere of the laugh-a-minute roast, I will be posting some of the interviews I did on the Black Carpet!!!

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