uneven roast with some funny moments
Justin Bieber is on his apology tour. I applaud the dude for trying to fix his image and I'm glad he's staying out of trouble. He shows humility for suffering all the jabs. Kevin Hart is the MC. I usually love him and his humor but he's not as funny at roasting people. His bread and butter is being an idiot, getting hit and making fun of himself. He tries too hard to be nice by keep saying that he loves Bieber. SNL rookie Pete Davidson is the first roaster and he lands one great joke about being glad his father is dead after seeing Justin's dad. It's ridiculous that Ludicrous, Snoop Dogg, Shaquille O'Neal and Martha Stewart are telling jokes. Although Stewart has a hilarious African-American joke and I'm sure they all got lots of good writers. Snoop Dogg is really smart going off script and Kevin Hart has some hilarity reacting to him. They should substitute Ludicrous and bring up Dave Chappelle from the audience. Ludicrous should not be up there if he's going to be angry at a Paul Walker joke. Sure it's tasteless but that's expected. He's a better audience member. Bieber dead-pans his delivery and some of the jokes hit well. He does need to stop doing the fake smile and just enjoy it. Did anybody else notice his reaction to Jeffrey Ross' Selena joke? That's an unintentional classic. Chris D'Elia starts with an uncomfortable ISIS joke. His jokes are a little too harsh and as Kevin Hart says, "That was dark." Natasha Leggero, Hannibal Buress and Jeffrey Ross do good sets. Will Ferrell makes a surprise appearance and brings out his Ron Burgundy character. This is an uneven roast with some funny moments.
- Mar 31, 2015
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