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Green Screen Show 

A team of comedic improvisers (mostly "Whose Line" alums) headed by Drew Carey perform on a green screen set, and their antics are now fleshed out with amusing animation.




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A team of comedic improvisers (mostly "Whose Line" alums) headed by Drew Carey perform on a green screen set, and their antics are now fleshed out with amusing animation.

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7 October 2004 (USA)  »

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A taping with Ryan Stiles was recorded but, as of November 2005, it remains unaired. See more »


[after "Moving People," where audience member Tony has moved Greg way too much]
Drew Carey: Anybody have any questions while we're stopped for a while?
Greg Proops: Yeah, yeah. Is that guy on a work furlough program? 'Cause he seems not to have had human contact in quite some time. Hey, could that guy come out and beat the shit out of me for a while longer? That was great.
Jeff Bryan Davis: Kids, those are show business terms.
Greg Proops: Oh, are there children here? Terrific.
Drew Carey: Yeah, right in the center.
Greg Proops: Have you seen a grown man fondle another grown...
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Spun-off from Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998) See more »


La Trampa
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Performed by Tonino Carotone and Manu Chao
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Whose Line meets blue box technology..
7 October 2004 | by See all my reviews

At last the pilot for Drew Carey's new show was aired. It was not bad, but I say the enthusiasm of Whose Line was missing. It was worse than a usual Whose Line episode (except the graphics), and also being an audience in the studio is worse than watching it on TV. (I watched it on TV by the way)

Participants looked a little isolated from Drew Carey.. OK, Drew Carey is good and he arranges it all but both in Whose Line and here he does 20% of the performance. It really disturbed me to see him on the spotlight and the actual performers being pushed back, sitting on a bench.

Also the departure of Ryan Stiles (apparently from more-time-with-family syndrome) and Wayne Brady (he is a star now) makes the Whose Line audience sad... But of course we have Colin (he is not only bald, but also has white hair!). This time there are 6 performers. Including Carey this is too much for a 30-minute show. Without the ads show is approximately 22-23 minutes and that means 3-3.5 minutes of screen time for each...

Animation on the pilot was really really sweet... The detail on Zeppelin was astonishing, and the horse ride was funny not only because of the performers but also those small details added by the animators (especially when Drew Carey said a 'nasty word') Also the sound effects should not be forgotten..

One more thing: the names on the ending credits are countless. Each sketch is done by 10-15 people. How much does this cost? And how long can this continue? Hopefully for a long time, but still its very risky business.

A brave show just begun, and will hopefully improve and continue to entertain in the Whose Line style but this time with more flavor! With some fine-tuning it can make into the 'do not miss' list.

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