In 2005, about 10 years after the Pamela Anderson and Tommy Lee sex tape was stolen, and about 7 years after their divorce, Comedy Central invited Pam to a roast in her honor.

The celebrities in the dias ranged from musicians to comedians to actors, including:

  • Courtney Love
  • Lisa Lampanelli
  • Bea Arthur
  • Andy Dick
  • Nick Di Paolo
  • Jeff Ross
  • Eddie Griffin
  • Adam Carolla
  • Jimmy Kimmel
  • Tommy Lee

Tommy Lee, Pam's first husband, who married after not even a full four days of knowing each other, showed up at the roast to honor his ex-wife in the most cringe way possible.

With the interest in the two's relationship because of the Hulu series Pam & Tommy following the couple's rushed, complicated, and eventually abusive marriage, it's worth a watch to see how the former couple interacts in real life.

He starts off by saying "All comedians have small dicks," obviously in reference to the baseball bat hanging between his own legs. Andy Dick jokingly takes offense to the comment and comes out to tell him off. Lee puts his hand on Andy's Dick.

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Comedy Central via Facebook

"That's small, dude," he says.

Lee goes on with a few more stingers that didn't hit, with the audience ranging from a few chuckles to no laughter at all.

Comedy Central via Facebook
Comedy Central via Facebook

"Pam and I shared one of history's greatest romances. It's like that book. Who am I kidding, I've never read a book. I can barely read my f***ing tattoos."

Anytime he addresses Pam, he calls her "baby," in a way that makes you cringe and wonder if it took more than seven years to get over their breakup.

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