Charlie Sheen may claim to be clean and sober, but comic Seth MacFarlane isn't quite convinced.
In fact, during Saturday's taping of Sheen's upcoming Comedy Central Roast (airing Sept. 19), MacFarlane went so far as to draft a preview of the actor's obituary.
"We all know there's a good chance Charlie will be dead soon, so I wrote an obituary," MacFarlane told the audience at Saturday's taping, before revealing how 'Charlie Sheen' was 'found dead in his apartment.' "Actually, I kind of just copied Amy Winehouse's obituary," he admitted. "I only had to change three things: The sex of the deceased, the location of the body and the part that says 'talent that will be missed.'"
MacFarlane wasn't the only one to fete the star during the no holds barred bash, which was attended by his ex-wife Brooke Mueller, Jon Lovitz, William Shatner, Jeffrey Ross and others.
"Jackass" daredevil Steve-O was so excited to participate in Sheen's special that he was willing to endure physical pain to prove it.
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"I told Charlie Sheen that I was so grateful to be a part of his roast that I was going to attempt to get a black [eye] from Mike Tyson," Steve-O wrote on his WhoSay.com page Monday. "It took two more tries at the end of the show, but I ended up getting it done. As a matter of fact, I broke my nose badly in the process, it was in a whole new spot on my face."
For more of what to expect from the roast, check out the clip above and tune in to the "Comedy Central Roast of Charlie Sheen" Sept. 19 at 10 p.m. (EST).Story: Charlie Sheen's 'winning' ways get roasted
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