Improvisational sketch comedy show featuring celebrities forced to perform a scene in which they have no idea what will happen. Based on the Australian series, Thank God You're Here (2006).
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 Himself - Host (7 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself - Judge (7 episodes, 2007)
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 Ensemble (7 episodes, 2007)
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 Ensemble (7 episodes, 2007)
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 Ensemble (7 episodes, 2007)
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 Ensemble (7 episodes, 2007)
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 Ensemble (4 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself - Announcer (3 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself - Announcer (3 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself (2 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself (2 episodes, 2007)
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 Game show contestant / ... (2 episodes, 2007)
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 Himself (2 episodes, 2007)
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A weekly game show that showcases the improv skills of a group of four performers who walk into a live sketch without a script. The only thing they can count on is the greeting from a fellow actor in the skit, who proclaims upon their arrival, "Thank God You're Here!" Written by Anonymous

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Funny Start
15 April 2007 | by (West Chester, Pa) – See all my reviews

(Based on 1 1/2 viewings of one episode) Well-known comedians hone their improvisational edge in skits, the catch being they don't know the situation they're thrown into until it happens (at least that's the deal). The show I saw featured Wayne Knight (Newman), Brian Cranston, Jennifer Coolidge and somebody else I didn't know offhand. The "supporting players" (as it were) were all fine and the premise worked very well (despite the lead comment here). I've never been a Dave Foley guy and just don't get his role on this, they should figure out some other way to critique or reward the comic (audience meter with money to a charity? whatever) I think this works a little better than Who's Line Is It, there's more needed structure to the comedy. The comics I saw all did very well extemporizing. Nice start.


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