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I want "Whose line is it anyway?" back.
13 April 2011 | by (In a Chair in my room) – See all my reviews

Drew Carey is a funny, funny man. However, it's sad to see how much his image has changed since he started hosting the Price is right. the goofy glasses are gone, the jolly belly is gone, and his buzz cut is no longer there. He's still funny, but even with his new show, Drew Carey's improv-a-Ganza, the humour doesn't feel genuine. Even the cast doesn't feel very exciting anymore.

Improv-a-ganza is pretty much the exact same thing as Whose line is it anyway?, but it doesn't have all the games WLIIA had and the games they do play last too long. There is the occasional laugh, but i find that the show is mostly tasteless.

The worst part was Charlie sheen's guest appearance in the last segment of the second episode. Charlie sheen should have stuck with Two and a half men cause that's the only place I can laugh at his jokes. I actually turned off the show after he said "Charlie sheen ****ing a dead hooker" 2 times because it was not funny at all.

I beg you Drew Carey, PLEASE bring back "Whose line is it anyway?" because that was so much better than this.


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