• Murfreesboro, Tennessee
10 Mar 07
The British version played for a bit on Comedy Central, but the American version (which some of the people from the British version also starred in) was on ABC. It looks like ABC's "family channel" is now running it. It's kind of an improvisational comedy show. If's set up as if it were a game show, but the "points" awarded are completely arbitrary and meaningless. In the old version who had to read the credits depended on who won or lost, but I'm not sure the American version did this. Basically there were the regulars and then "guests", as well as sometimes audience participation. They played a variety of "games" such as "Hoe-down", where they make up a song together about some random topic the audience picks, or "Party" where one person who is the host has to guess what each guest was supposed to be based on their behavior. Another popular game was one where two people had to cooperate together to do something, with one person being the "arms" of the other person while standing behind them. That one usually degenerated into things being smashed in the poor "armless" person's face, but it was pretty darn funny.
• United States
9 Mar 07
I love Whose Line Is It Anyway!! I must admit that I think Drew Carey is one fine lookin man! ;) The humor on there is just tooo much in such a good way! lol I especially like it when Wayne and Brad sing to an audience member about their profession...the green screen is really funny too...I could go on and on..lol I just wish I could watch a marathon of it sometime, perhaps on a Sunday when there seems to be absolutely nothing good on the tube. Have you seen the episode with Richard Simmons? That is the funniest one of all I think! I was laughing so hard at that one I just cried and cried! :)