Roast Battle

(Co-hosts)
(Synopsis: https://www.comedy.co.uk/tv/roast_battle/videos/19382/post_roast_huge_davies_and_ed_knight/)
 
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Two comedians enter an arena filled with bloodthirsty comedy fans with just one simple mission: to bring their opponent to their knees with five of the most ferocious jokes their minds can muster. These gags won't be for the faint of heart. Expect a no-holds - barred assault where no topic is off-limits.
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Fulwell 73's press office says of this:
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:Two roasters enter an arena filled with bloodthirsty comedy fans with just one simple mission: to bring their opponent to their knees with five of the most ferocious jokes their minds can muster. These gags won't be for the faint of heart. Expect a no-holds-barred assault where no topic is off-limits.
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== Trivia ==
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Although the press office said that no holds were barred, Huge Davies used his post-roast Q&A session to say that he wasn't allowed to use the word suicide or talk about children. Mind you, if you have to plumb those depths to get a laugh…
== Web links ==
== Web links ==

Current revision as of 15:42, 2 July 2020

Contents

Host

Jimmy Carr

Co-hosts

Regular panellists:
Katherine Ryan (all series)
Russell Brand (Series 1)
Jonathan Ross (Series 2-)

Referee: Brian Moses

Broadcast

Fulwell 73 for Comedy Central, 15 January 2018 to present

Synopsis

Fulwell 73's press office says of this:

Two roasters enter an arena filled with bloodthirsty comedy fans with just one simple mission: to bring their opponent to their knees with five of the most ferocious jokes their minds can muster. These gags won't be for the faint of heart. Expect a no-holds-barred assault where no topic is off-limits.

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Trivia

Although the press office said that no holds were barred, Huge Davies used his post-roast Q&A session to say that he wasn't allowed to use the word suicide or talk about children. Mind you, if you have to plumb those depths to get a laugh…

Web links

Official site

British Comedy Guide entry

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