Aisha Tyler hosts this skit comedy show where the actors on the show, usually Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and another guest star or two do different comedy skits. It's all improv and made up on the spot.
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 Herself - Musician / ... 79 episodes, 2013-2017
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Aisha Tyler hosts this skit comedy show where the actors on the show, usually Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles and another guest star or two do different comedy skits. It's all improv and made up on the spot.

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A continuation of (Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998)), which in turn was a remake of a British TV show with the same title (Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1988)). See more »

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Ryan Stiles: [after Alfonso Ribeiro breakdances with Wayne and Gary Anthony Williams] Later on, Colin and I are gonna do some line dancing with Betty White.
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Follows Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998) See more »

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Decent Follow Up to the Drew Carey Series
16 July 2013 | by See all my reviews

The new series of Whose Line Is It Anyway? is a worthy successor to the 90s Drew Carey series, although it is not as good as its predecessor. It benefits from the presence of several veterans from the previous series, as well as a new, raunchier attitude.

Much of the gang from the 90s series returns, including Wayne Brady, Ryan Styles, and Colin Mochrie. They obviously have a lot of experience with the format and have not lost any of their skill at improv. Furthermore, the show benefits from an edgier attitude, with much cruder jokes than the 90s series. The comedians take full advantage of the fact that, as Drew Carey would put it, they are no longer on a network owned by Disney.

The show does have some issues, though. Aisha Tyler will not make anyone forget Drew Carey and does not seem inclined to get involved with the comic festivities. The constant posting of hashtags on the screen seems like a blatant attempt to promote the show, and only proves distracting. Finally, the show tends to center its skits on celebrity guest stars, using themes from whatever show they're known for. It got really annoying when they had a bunch of singing skits tied into an actor from Glee.


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