Comedy Central aired its Roast of James Franco on Monday night. I finally got around to watching it last night and as expected, it was a hilarious affair. How could it not be with Jonah Hill, Sarah Silverman, Andy Samberg, Bill Hader, Aziz Ansari, Nick Kroll, Jeff Ross, Natasha Leggero and Roastmaster Seth Rogen on hand serving some major zingers.

All of them took their shots at the Pineapple Express actor as well as on each other. As expected, his Oscar hosting stint and sexual ambiguity were quite popular topics. What was surprising though was the lack of drug-related jokes given Franco’s stoner-like expressions. However, his signature squint was a huge target. Check out some of my favorite insults below, along with several clips from the special.

Seth Rogen: “Look at me doing all the talking while you sit there doing nothing. I feel like I’m co-hosting the Oscars with you.”

Seth Rogen: “Who is the real James Franco? Is he an artist? Is he an actor? Is he a scholar? He’s tough to pin down; although I’ve heard many guys have been able to do it.”

Sarah Silverman: “Jonah actually gained 50 pounds for his role in the new Martin Scorsese film because the producers wanted the character to be a Jonah Hill type. But seriously you’ve had such a body transformation in the past couple of years. You have come a long way from just being Sonny and Cher’s daughter.”

Sarah Silverman: “I don’t think James is gay or straight. It’s just that he literally can’t open his eyes enough to see who he’s f–-king.”

Sarah Silverman: “Right before the show Seth Rogen rolled a gigantic fatty, because that was the only way we could get Jonah Hill onto the stage.”

Nick Kroll: “If at any point tonight James Franco fully opens his eyes, there will be six more weeks of summer.”

Natasha Leggero: “Jonah Hill was born and raised in Hollywood, and you can tell – he’s a name-dropper with big tits and an eating disorder.”

Jeff Ross: “Jonah almost couldn’t make it tonight because he had trouble finding a tuxedo that changes sizes every three hours. When Jonah’s agent told him that Quentin Tarantino wanted him to be in a spaghetti western, Jonah was like, ‘You had me at spaghetti.’ ”

James Franco: “I think this is truly my punishment for the Oscars.”

James Franco: “I agreed to do this roast because I wanted to do something I’ve never done before – something that has zero artistic value, something nobody will remember three months from now, something that’s offensive, homophobic and stars horrifically untalented people and something that’s only a big deal to a handful of teenage stoners on Twitter. You might say, ‘James, didn’t you just describe Your Highness? I wouldn’t know, I didn’t see Your Highness.”