The Dean Martin Show (1965–1974)
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Dean Martin Roast: Ed McMahon
4 August 2016 | by (Louisville, KY) – See all my reviews

Dean Martin Celebrity Roast: Ed McMahon (1973)

At one point in this episode Dean Martin jokes that they weren't able to get any big talent to come on the show. Just looking at the roasters it's easy to see that he really wasn't joking as even the regulars are not here to roach McMahon. Pat Buttram and Jackie Vernon do an okay job with their jokes but the real scene-stealer was Jack Carter who offers up some impersonations as well as a great gag dealing with John Wayne. Charo shows off her body and Dionne Warwick offers up some non-funny jokes. This wasn't the worst episode I've seen from the series but there's no doubt that it's the least impressing considering the names that they've got. With that said, they at least get some nice jokes at and makes it worth sitting through.

Episode: C+


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