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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Recently someone went through each episode and calculated the points from all the shows and in order:
- Wayne Brady: 50,072,587,425
- Ryan Stiles: 11,113,372,791.5
- Colin Mochrie: 3,012,399,040.5
- Charles Esten: 2,004,047,000
- Greg Proops: 1,001,122,117
- Brad Sherwood: 1,071,980.5
- Denny Siegel: 1,059,560
- Karen Maruyama: 1,004,450
- Kathryn Greenwood: 59,810
- Stephen Colbert: 12,000
- Kathy Griffin: 5,000
- Ian Gomez: 4,000
- Jeff Bryan Davis: 3,300
- Josie Lawrence: 3000
- Whoopi Goldberg: 2,500
- Patrick Bristow: 1,000
- Robin Williams: 1,000
- Kathy Kinney: 50.
[Party Quirks - Chip is the host, Colin is an overly dramatic detective finding ridiculous clues to a murder, and Ryan is a bird trapped in the studio
[approaching Chip, pantomiming holding an object
Yes, I was dusting earlier...
A featherduster made by a Norwegian. It's all starting to make sense.
[they both turn and stare at Ryan, who is using his water glass to mimic a toy drinking bird
No, it's not.
Every episode beginning with Season 2 would end with the winner(s) reading out the credits in a style suggested by Drew Carey
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The DVDs have 2 versions for Censored and Uncensored. See more
Referenced in I Could Never Be Your Woman