Here’s Line-Up for Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle on Comedy Central
This might be the most fun roast that Comedy Central has put on in recent memory.
Going burn-for-burn on the televised Roast Battle, tournament style over four nights from July 28-31 at 10PM on Comedy Central will be:
Jimmy Carr vs. Christi Chiello
Earl Skakel vs. Tom Ballard
Mark Normand vs. Tony Hinchcliffe
Steve Rannazzisi vs. Sam Morril
Ralphie May vs. Ms. Pat
Matthew Broussard vs. Mike Lawrence
Sarah Tiana vs. Chris Cubas
Olivia Grace vs. K. Trevor Wilson
Anthony Jeselnik, Jimmy Kimmel, Sarah Silverman and David Spade are all set to judge the contests next to Roastmaster General Jeff Ross along with Brian Moses officiating.
So, you might not want to miss out on this.
Amy Schumer Does a Dark Satire of Multi Cam Sitcoms That Somehow Still Exist in 2016
There are so many reasons to think that we’re living in the future that past generations dreamed of, this presidential election notwithstanding, including going to Mars, self-driving cars, living past 100, and having the Internet instantly available in our pockets.
However, in 2016, there are many sitcoms, often those of the multi cam variety, that are still culturally reductive and, in a manner of speaking, ‘way behind the times’. You’ve probably seen Louie call this out on one episode where they had a cheesy sitcom break the fourth wall.
Well, Inside Amy Schumer upped the ante and went even darker with their satire of sitcoms that should have stayed in the last millennium.