Drew Carey accompanied by Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Kathy Kinney, Chip Esten, Sean Masterson, Julie Larson, and Laura Hall at the piano, star in a 90 minute (... See full summary »
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Drew Carey accompanied by Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Kathy Kinney, Chip Esten, Sean Masterson, Julie Larson, and Laura Hall at the piano, star in a 90 minute (two 90-minute shows) live improv show from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Many "Whose Line" classics and new improv games, such as The Mousetrap game, add to the hilarity and excitement level of this program. Written by
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The way "Celebrity Improv Jeapardy" works is I give you a category and you give me the answer. For example, if the category was a type of color, you give me...
[Audience shouts "red"]
Red. The question would then be, "What is a book after you have finished with it? Read!"
[Scowls from the audience]
Don't bug the host!
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If you are a fan of "Whose Line Is It Anyway?", then you need to try and catch this show. Suprisingly, Joe Walsh is hysterically funny. He starts out playing the guitar but ends up having some of the funniest lines in the whole show. Greg Proops has always been my favorite from the original British version of the show and he is fabulous here. One thing I did notice was some hesitancy in some of the skits. I realize that improv takes a great deal of imagination and skill, but it made me wonder just how much "polish" went into the skits on "Whose Line...". It seemed to flow a little smoother than this show, but this is definitely worth watching.
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