A young man, once involved with an Irish gang in a tough New York City neighborhood, returns as an undercover cop. Exciting performances and script!
Can you tell if someone smokes pot by looking at them?
Kate Walsh tells Jeffrey Ross something he\'s never heard about any of his pilots.
Jon Lovitz looks forward to the jokes, Ron Jeremy expects the roasters to beat the pants off of Charlie, and Anders drunk videos his dudes.
Roast Master Seth MacFarlane thinks there should be a show about the most dangerous job out there.
Anthony Jeselnik explains why Charlie got on television in the first place.
Charlie Sheen roasts his roasters, getting digs in to Anthony Jeselnik, Patrice O\'Neal and Mike Tyson.
Kate Walsh tells Charlie Sheen that he\'s an incredible specimen.
Mike Tyson has a few choice poetic verses for Jeffrey Ross during his performance at the Roast podium.
Amy Schumer can\'t help but notice Mike Tyson\'s slutty lower back tattoo.
William Shatner recounts selling one of his kidney stones at a celebrity auction.
Kate Walsh is amazed that the only thing Charlie has ever had removed was not one of his organs.
Firecracker Howard Stern (portraying himself) exposes his personal side in this affectionate, big-screen version of his best-selling autobiography.
Private Parts follows Howard's amazing transformation from school nerd to media superstar. With the tireless support of his true love, Alison (Mary McCormack), Howard battles slimy broadcasting execs, bitter radio jocks, and his own self-doubts to emerge triumphant as "The King Of All Media."
PRIVATE PARTS follows Howard Stern's amazing transformation from school nerd to media superstar. With the support of his true love, Alison, Howard battles slimy broadcasting execs, bitter radio jocks, and his own self-doubts to emerge triumphant.
Whitestarr celebrates the launch of their indie record - but lead singer Cisco knows they can't get to the next level unless they can get a powerful manager, Carl Stubner, to represent them. Cisco persuades him to see the band perform live at the world-famous Roxy, but before the show, brand-new lead guitarist Rainbow Jeramy has a fight with his girlfriend Danielle and starts to freak out. The pressure intensifies when Stubner visits backstage with two of his clients, Tommy Lee and Slash. The presence of his idol Slash freaks Rainbow out even more -- and he goes off the rails on stage, launching into an unplanned and extremely long guitar solo. The band is pissed at Rainbow, and Cisco fears that they've blown their chance to get a great manager.
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