Jeff Ross Roasts Criminals: Live at Brazos County Jail
Jeff gives the most dangerous – and enlightening – roast of his life from behind the walls of the Brazos County Jail in Bryan, Texas. In this special he touches on topics surrounding incarceration such as race, solitary confinement and the death penalty.
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