Jeff Ross Presents Roast Battle, Season 1 (Uncensored)HDClosed Captioning
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Live from the Montreal Just For Laughs festival, Roastmaster General Jeff Ross hosts this special four-night event. 16 comedians will battle it out to find out who's the most bitingly insulting of them all.
|1||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRoast Battle - Night One||Night One - To kick off Roast Battle, David Spade, Kevin Hart and Jeff Ross judge four matchups, including Sam Morril versus Steve Rannazzisi and Jimmy Carr versus Christi Chiello.||42:24||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|2||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRoast Battle - Night Two||The second night of this event (presented by Jeff Ross and featuring guest judges Whoopi Goldberg and Anthony Jeselnik) features eight of the 16 contestants competing to see who will enter the Roast Battle quarterfinals.||42:10||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|3||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRoast Battle - Night Three||In the quarterfinals, Seth Rogen and Jimmy Kimmel help Jeff Ross judge four battles, including face offs between Mike Lawrence and Ralphie May and Jimmy Carr and Earl Skakel.||45:55||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|4||HDClosed CaptioningVideoRoast Battle - Night Four||Sarah Silverman and Judd Apatow join Jeff Ross to judge the live finale, which features battles between Sarah Tiana, K. Trevor Wilson, Earl Skakel and Mike Lawrence.||42:22||$2.99||View in iTunes|
|101||HDClosed CaptioningVideoThe Road to Roast Battle Uncensored||The live show hits the road, touching down in Chicago, Austin, New York and its home base of Los Angeles. The comedians face off in front of judges, including Dave Attell, Hannibal Buress and of course the Roastmaster General himself, Jeff Ross.||21:25||Season Only||View in iTunes|
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Finally, Ross has a true platform for his unmatched and astoundingly under appreciated mastery of his niche, one he has not only resurrected but also appeared to have legitimized to the mainstream. And what better time than now. Combining complete disregard for PC filters with mandatory sportsmanship, its message and effect is as deeply funny as it revealing of our progression as a nation: that we appear to have finally reached the point where people of all races, physical conditions, sexes & orientations can make joke after joke (many of which could easily get a less strategic show cancelled and subsequently demonized) using all four classifications as ammo point blank to each other's faces, and still hug it out at the end of every battle, regardless of any "line" being crossed. This is the type of show America needs right now, one that shows irrefutable evidence that not only do we need to come together regardless of our background, but that we CAN.