An American version of the popular British improvisational comedy show. Host Drew Carey, taking suggestions from the audience, assigns roles and scenarios to the comedian contestants, who must then improvise a skit on the spot.
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Did You Know?
Episode 521 featuring Richard Simmons was, by far, the longest Whose Line Is It Anyway episode to shoot due to the performers having a hard time not laughing hysterically or breaking character. It was also the only time they ever stopped shooting in the middle of an episode and had to take a break because of how hard the audience, the performers and the crew were laughing following the infamous Living Scenery game in which Simmons was to be used as a prop by the performers. It also stands out as one of the very rare times Richard Simmons publicly acknowledged the on-going speculations about his sexual orientation. See more
Thank you for saving my husband.
Oh... you two are married?
It's nothing permanent.
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The DVDs have 2 versions for Censored and Uncensored. See more