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It's "comedy without a net," according to executive producer Dan Patterson, as the group participates in audience-suggested skits, games, song parodies and other bits. Season 1, Episode 5September 2, 1998Players Brad Sherwood and Karen Maruyama improvise as sports commentators for a table-waiting competition, acted out in slow motion by Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie.

version of the British improvisational-comedy showcase features a panel of talented performers who wing it unscripted and unrehearsed. Season 1, Episode 4August 26, 1998Sketches include Colin Mochrie, Brad Sherwood and Ryan Stiles as chimpanzees in a love triangle; and host Drew Carey and Colin acting out a fictional movie scene in Chinese, while Brad and Ryan interpret in English.

Season 1, Episode 3August 19, 1998In a "Let's Make a Date" sketch, Colin Mochrie plays a contestant going through stages of getting drunk, Ryan Stiles is a pig farmer, and Wayne Brady is the greatest lover in France, as Greg Proops tries to guess their identities.

See full summary » An American version of the popular British improvisational comedy show. There's no replacement for what Whose Line offered.

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. Colin Mochrie may very well be the funniest man alive. Since I believe it was the peak of comedy television, and it's off the air now, I can only conclude that the world will soon become very unfunny and I will probably die a depressed and empty man. ABC stops wasting our time with "The Bachelor", "The Bachelorette", and probably soon to be made "The Bachelor: The Senior Citizen Edition"!

Starting in season two, and just like in the original UK version, (some of) the performers would read the closing credits in the style of Drew's choosing, usually based on a scene earlier in the program; most times in later seasons, the winner(s) chosen by Drew would do this.

The following games are based around the performer(s) singing: Improv music by Laura Hall, Linda R.

UK playings had subjects other than dating videos (e.g. The ninth season of the American version of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

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