Not realizing he was only invited so the real comedians had more material than just a bad toupee, The Situation actually attempted to tell jokes at last night’s Comedy Central roast of Donald Trump only to be booed off stage, according to the LA Times:
The Situation went up to the microphone, wearing Aviator sunglasses, and proceeded to bomb all over the place. His jokes were so bad that one Comedy Central exec suggested that most of his act might be cut from the final broadcast of the roast, which airs March 15.
“The Sitch,” as he’s called, deadpanned to Cummings, “I actually wouldn’t call you a grenade because you won’t be blowing up anytime soon.” (Buh-dum-bum!) He told Snoop Dogg that he and Trump had a lot in common because Trump owned a lot of property and Snoop’s ancestors were property. (Snoop did not appear amused.) Before long, the audience began to boo so loudly that comedian Jeffrey Ross, who’s been at this so long he’s known as the Roastmaster General, had to interject into the act to try to save the Situation, who’d already claimed he shared one quality with Ross: “This is my first night doing comedy.”
“It’s also your last,” Ross responded, to overwhelming applause.
While the rest of the roasters took shots at Doucheface McAbstein of Dateraper Valley, probably the best one came from Snoop Dogg who apparently doesn’t enjoy jokes about being a slave, so who knows what that’s all about:
Snoop pretended to mistake the Situation for Snooki, “I’m sorry,” he said, “all white people who act black look the same to me.”
At that point, I like to believe the microphone burst into flames as the announcer from NBA Jam yelled “BOOMSHAKALAKA!” over the PA system. Otherwise, let’s all agree God is dead. I don’t know how else you interpret that.