The legendary comedian Drew Carey has yet another tv show




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The legendary comedian Drew Carey has yet another tv show

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Great show. Recommended
30 December 2011 | by (Mexico) – See all my reviews

I was a big fan of Whose line, and i wanted badly to the show to be back.

Well, here is it. I have to say it, when i first watch it, i didn't liked it so much because it has changed so much, the good thing is that i don't abandon shows after 1-2 episodes.

What i liked about whose line pretty much has gone, like certain combos (ryan/colin) etc,though it still happen, they are uncommon, but instead we have a bigger cast. Imagine colin, ryan, jeff, brad, gregg, and drew at the same time. All those heavy weights together, certainly worth some few less games.

The game has also introduced new cast, though a bit less known, certainly good, specially Jonathan, he does an amazing job, he is certainly at the same level of chip or brad.

Since the rotation is is heavy, you never know who might be appearing except from jeff and drew. I thought Jeff was amazing in whose lie, he has more participation here, the weight of the show pretty much falls on him instead of wayne, and he does a great job.

The only drawback in the show is Kathy Kinney, she is not good at all, but fortunately, she is not a regular, and don't appear too often.

The show has more interaction with the public, not only from games like sfx or a singing game, but rather asking pretty much all of the suggestions for the games at mid game. Which makes it funny in its own way.

At the end, we get a new show, with the hearth of whose line, but very different to know that is not a carbon copy. Give this show a try, you will not regret it.

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