Improvisational comedy game show in which four players act out various comic games and sketches.
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An American version of the popular British improvisational comedy show. Host Drew Carey, taking suggestions from the audience, assigns roles and scenarios to the comedian contestants, who must then improvise a skit on the spot. Written by Jean-Marc Rocher <rocher@fiberbit.net>

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Wayne Brady appeared in Stargate SG1: It's Good To Be King (2005) between season. See more »

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Drew Carey: Now, we need two unlikely roommates.
Person from audience: Bill Cosby and Hitler!
Drew Carey: Bill Cosby and Hitler! Bill Cosby and Hitler certainly unlikely roomates
Censor: Hold Please.
Drew Carey: You've got to be kidding me.
Ryan Stiles: Not that Hitler
Brad Sherwood: We meant RUDOLPH Hitler!
Wayne Brady: [as Bill Cosby] Would you like some Jello... Hitler?
Drew Carey: Somebody over there! Gimme a profession
Person from audience: Insurance Salesman
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Comments made and opinions expressed or implied in this program are those of the individuals who appear and do not represent the opinions and views of the producers, broadcasters, or distributors. All elements of this program are intended for parody and comedic purposes only and should not be construed to be statements of fact about any person, place, thing, or matter. See more »

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Perfection!
25 November 2008 | by (Australia) – See all my reviews

Whose Line Is It Anyway? is perfection. No matter what the scene is and no matter the how bad and offtrack it goes, the entire cast put 100 per cent of their creativity into it to make it absolutely hilarious!

A special mention has to go, obviously, to Colin Mochrie (my personal favorite) and Ryan Stiles. They are the best comedy duo I have ever seen. As best friends, they take nothing seriously and never hesitate to insult each other (various bald jokes and big nose quirks are aplenty!) and host Drew Carey. And it's especially hilarious how annoyed Ryan gets with the Hoe Down's - by far the best game ever. Oh, and Colin's impressions also get a shout-out...plainly because he can't do any. But don't worry Colin, we love you still the same!

They brought improv comedy to the mass attention of the world and it's been ablaze ever since.

So massive congratulations and ongoing thank you's go to this remarkably talented cast and for their great effort at making the world a funnier and happier place! BRING BACK WHOSE LINE IS IT ANWAY?!


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