From the red carpet of Comedy Central's Roast of Charlie Sheen, we ask Charlie who he would like to be cast beside him in his new show Anger Management.
Seth MacFarlane: Charlie Sheen Roast
From the red carpet Seth MacFarlane jokes that there will be "A lot of insulting jokes, hoping to reduce him (Sheen) to tears and possibly suicide."
Jeffrey Ross: Charlie Sheen Roast
Roastmaster General Jeffrey Ross makes a crack at Charlie's dad and brother.
Mike Tyson: Charlie Sheen Roast
Former heavy weight champion Mike Tyson jokes that he wasn't interested in participating in the roast at first but then Comedy Central came back with a better price. He also said that he doesn't plan to hold anything back.
Steve-O: Charlie Sheen Roast
We ask Steve-O who Comedy Central should roast next and who he thinks will win the new season of Dancing with the Stars.
Amy Schumer: Charlie Sheen Roast
First time roaster Amy Schumer recalls her reaction to being invited to the party, as well as how she celebrated.
Patrice O'Neal: Charlie Sheen Roast
Comedian Patrice O'Neal explains why there's no such thing as a target that's "too easy."
Anthony Jeselnik: Charlie Sheen Roast
Comedian Anthony Jeselnik reveals who he's most excited to zing and why he'll never watch Two and a Half Men.
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