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The Tommy Chong Roast (1989)

TV Movie  -   -  Comedy  -  26 April 1989 (USA)
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A "tribute" to comedian Tommy Chong, given to him by many of his fellow comedians.

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A "tribute" to comedian Tommy Chong, given to him by many of his fellow comedians.

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Playboy Comedy Roast: Tommy Chong  »

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6 June 2009 | by (Doha, Qatar) – See all my reviews

A roast is where you make fun of the person being roasted. This is a bunch of comics getting up and doing their comedy club routine. Sure, there are a few jabs at Chong, but they aren't even funny. He should have gone on Howard Stern and got a proper roast.

The little act by Bill Saluga is terrible, the guy comes out and does his ancient "you can call me Cheech, you can call me Chong..." blah blah blah which goes on too long and slowly dies and is pushed offstage.

I think the reason this sucks so much is Hugh Hefner "produced" it. Leave the roasts to the professionals, Mr. Hefner. Let the Friar's do it next time. I mean, it is more of a Playboy thing, with a giant bunny logo right behind the podium (instead of a picture or caricature of Chong, for example).

You can usually download this from a Peer-2-Peer site, don't bother buying it. I saw it on VHS, don't think they would bother releasing it on DVD.


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