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Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen (2011) Poster

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Just before a commercial break, Patrice O'Neal jokingly said, "This is gonna be my last show, man." Sadly, it was. Patrice died from complications from a stroke just two months later.
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During his set, Steve-O made a joke that he later requested be removed before the broadcasting of the roast.

The joke: "The last time this many nobodies were at a roast, at least Great White was playing."
  • a reference to the February 20, 2003, The Station nightclub fire in West Warwick, Rhode Island, in which 100 people lost their lives after a fire broke out because of a pyrotechnic malfunction while the band, Great White, played.
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The reason why Charlie Sheen arrived on stage riding on a replica of a locomotive is because his character in "Two and a Half Men" had been killed off by getting hit by a train.
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The roast aired immediately after the first episode in which Ashton Kutcher appeared on "Two and a Half Men". Ashton Kutcher replaced Charlie Sheen on "Two and a Half Men" after Sheen was canned from the show and his character killed off.
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Charlie Sheen had initially agreed to not having any restrictions on the jokes. However, as a guest on his show, Jay Leno asked him if anyone had crossed the line and Sheen admitted to having requested jokes about his mother be edited out of the roast. It is unknown which Roaster(s) made the jokes.
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During Amy Schumer's set, she made a crude joke about Steve-O's good friend and "Jackass" cast mate Ryan Dunn having passed away in a car crash. When cameras cut to Steve-O, he was visibly upset and offended by the joke.
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A montage of Charlie Sheen's entire film and television work was featured at the beginning of the roast, but it did not contain any clips of his work on "Two and a Half Men". This was due to legal reasons and due to the ongoing feud Sheen was having with the producers of the show.
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With 6.4 million viewers, this roast is the most watched roast of all time and not Justin Bieber's, that only had 4.4 million viewers.
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Charlie Sheen's ex-wife, Denise Richards, revealed in an interview with The View that although she hadn't been invited to the roast, she probably would've declined if she had been, because while Sheen would've been able to handle an ex-wife roasting him, she felt to do so would have been damaging to her daughters.
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Charlie Sheen's brother, 'Emilio Estevez', and his father, 'Martin Sheen', were unable to make the roast because of obligations involving the promotion of their film The Way (2010).
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Charlie Sheen spoofed his father's film, Apocalypse Now (1979), in a commercial for the roast.
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Harvey Levin from TMZ was scheduled to appear, but for unknown reasons, did not.
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