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(IGN)   Will Colin make Ryan laugh uncontrollably? Will Wayne sing silly songs with someone sometime? Ooooooh ay de di de di de di de di. This is your Whose Line Is It Anyway? return premiere thread (CW at 8pm)   (ign.com) divider line 165
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2013-07-16 11:28:17 AM
I forgot this was on tonight, I'm excited.
 
2013-07-16 11:28:25 AM
Please don't turn into the Wayne Brady Karaoke show....
 
2013-07-16 11:28:40 AM
I don't like the way Aisha Tyler's hair looks in the previews.  She's a smart, funny, and hot chick - but that wavy shag thing has to go.
 
2013-07-16 11:29:45 AM
Oh thank God we have a full 10 hours to get this hashed out before the show starts. I have so much I want to discuss...


...

...

um...

Colin Mochrie's head looks like a penis.

Ok, I'm done.
 
2013-07-16 11:39:06 AM
Too bad it's on CW....I hope all 57 people that get that network enjoy the new version.
 
2013-07-16 11:39:44 AM
subs, you forgot "Will Wayne become Captain Hair's new sidekick?"
 
2013-07-16 11:42:02 AM
"Best of Whose Line" playlist. Some have been removed for various copyright what-have-you's, but it's still a solid couple of hours of primer for tonight.

/MEE-OWWWWW
 
2013-07-16 11:51:27 AM
I hope its good.  My daughter went to a taping and said it was hilarious, but you never know what will make it to air.  She said a lot of the funniest stuff was Ryan Stiles in between takes, just farking with people.

♫♪"you can get poo from fud!  Oh hi-dee-di-de-di-dee-di-dee-di-dee-di-dee-di!"
 
2013-07-16 11:51:36 AM
Tyler is the host and the guest tonight is Lauren Cohan. I'd better purchase lube and kleenex on my way home.
 
2013-07-16 11:52:20 AM
The episode where Richard Simmons guest-stars on is some of the funniest TV in the last 50 years.  Try to watch the jet-ski scene and not laugh your ass off...
 
2013-07-16 11:58:49 AM
Hadn't heard a damn thing about this. Awesome!
 
2013-07-16 11:59:07 AM

Uzzah: Colin Mochrie's head looks like a penis.


i.qkme.me
 
2013-07-16 12:19:15 PM
I am an alien from the Black Hole, I come here to collect your soul. I'm gonna take it back there...and then I'm just gonna dance.
 
2013-07-16 12:20:29 PM
Just an aside - my brother does a ton of improv and has acted with Wayne Brady on more than a couple of occasions.  He's not really fond of the guy because Brady ignores the rules of improv (i.e. playing off of each other) to do his own thing.

He's great on Whose Line though.
 
2013-07-16 12:21:14 PM

chevydeuce: Too bad it's on CW....I hope all 57 people that get that network enjoy the new version.


A large number of people do get it.  It's a common network near more urban areas.  It sucks that you are not in a region that gets it, but I'd bet more people in my region (the DC Metropolitan Area) will watch it then live within 50 miles of you.
 
2013-07-16 12:25:00 PM

Fark Me with a Chainsaw: The episode where Richard Simmons guest-stars on is some of the funniest TV in the last 50 years.  Try to watch the jet-ski scene and not laugh your ass off...


How can you mention that and not include the Link?
 
2013-07-16 12:28:31 PM
I like the British Whose Line because it seemed genuinely improv.  They didn't know what they were going to get.  It was spontaneous and funny and sometimes bad and awkward.

The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.

I don't know, man.  Something just wasn't right there.....
 
2013-07-16 12:36:23 PM

buntz: The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.


Well...
 
2013-07-16 12:44:41 PM
Oh crap. That's tonight? I barely have enough time to fluff my Garfield. What will I do? THE CAT!
 
2013-07-16 12:46:19 PM

ds_4815: buntz: The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.

Well...


Love that clip, and of course nothing can top that Richard Simmons one.  Genuinely excited that this show is back, and hope that the ratings will be good enough to keep it going for quite a while; Whose Line is just plain fun.
 
2013-07-16 12:49:21 PM

dwade: Oh crap. That's tonight? I barely have enough time to fluff my Garfield. What will I do? THE CAT!


That's no good! The cat's already wet!
 
2013-07-16 12:50:38 PM

06Wahoo: chevydeuce: Too bad it's on CW....I hope all 57 people that get that network enjoy the new version.

A large number of people do get it.  It's a common network near more urban areas.  It sucks that you are not in a region that gets it, but I'd bet more people in my region (the DC Metropolitan Area) will watch it then live within 50 miles of you.


It's a common network everywhere, though in a lot of places it's a digital subchannel (x.2, x.3) to one of the big 3 networks which I guess maybe dumbass old people might not be able to figure out or something.  There's also a nationwide feed of the DC affiliate on DirecTV.  Wikipedia says the coverage is over 95%.
http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/List_of_The_CW_Television_Network_affil ia tes
 
2013-07-16 12:50:57 PM

buntz: The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly


I attended tapings on several occasions, it's not pre-planned or rehearsed.  They had to do reshoots because the guys said stuff that was verbotten (accidentally swear or mention a group that the producers didn't want to piss off) .  Then they would come up with whole new songs. Nofakery, no hints at the songs, just a buttload of talent for improvisation.
 
2013-07-16 12:51:14 PM

buntz: I like the British Whose Line because it seemed genuinely improv.  They didn't know what they were going to get.  It was spontaneous and funny and sometimes bad and awkward.

The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.

I don't know, man.  Something just wasn't right there.....


My thought has always been that they have more concentrated practice at those games - that is to say that 3 of them are in almost all of the episodes. There may also be some disparity between how many games are filmed per episode between the two versions and there may be more "clean" ones done in the American version. Colin is consistently off on a lot of his rhythms though and takes liberties in order to make the rhymes fit and others are also far from perfect.
 
2013-07-16 12:54:45 PM
My favorite skit was one of the "Questions Only" games, where they were doing the Godzilla spoof and Wayne Brady was running and said "Please help  me?"

I hadn't laughed so hard ever.  Until Ryan fell in to Drew's desk.  That was amazing.
 
2013-07-16 12:57:59 PM

buntz: The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed. Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.


I think of it like a Greatest Hits album.  There's a lot of stuff that hits the cutting room floor.  The producers work hard crafting suggestions that work well, and the host discriminates the audience's suggestions for good things (remember how many times Carey rejected "porn" for film, tv, theater styles?), but they are genuinely funny guys.  I saw the live touring Colin and Brad show last year and it was absolutely hilarious.  Well worth checking out.
 
2013-07-16 12:58:09 PM
As subby, I would just like to say something.

Shakespeare once said "All the world's a stage and this thread is CRAAAAP!!!"

But no, seriously, I can't wait. Glad there are other Whose Liners on here. I am very disappointed we did not spontaneously bust out into an Irish Drinking Song though

♫ Oooooooooooh ay de di de di de di de di de diiiiiiii♫
 
2013-07-16 12:59:20 PM
I didn't know this was happening, thanks for the heads up Subby!
 
2013-07-16 12:59:22 PM

chapman: They had to do reshoots because the guys said stuff that was verbotten (accidentally swear or mention a group that the producers didn't want to piss off).


Observe.
 
2013-07-16 12:59:41 PM

chapman: buntz: The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly

I attended tapings on several occasions, it's not pre-planned or rehearsed.  They had to do reshoots because the guys said stuff that was verbotten (accidentally swear or mention a group that the producers didn't want to piss off) .  Then they would come up with whole new songs. Nofakery, no hints at the songs, just a buttload of talent for improvisation.


Sometimes that stuff made it to air, "Name two unlikely roommates."  "Bill Cosby and Hitler"
 
2013-07-16 12:59:58 PM

chapman: They had to do reshoots because the guys said stuff that was verbotten (accidentally swear or mention a group that the producers didn't want to piss off) . Then they would come up with whole new songs.


Alas, how I wished Cosby and Hitler actually came to ABC
 
2013-07-16 01:01:52 PM

ds_4815: chapman: They had to do reshoots because the guys said stuff that was verbotten (accidentally swear or mention a group that the producers didn't want to piss off).

Observe.


The one I was at, somebody mentioned the NRA in a song.  Producers made them reshoot the segment.  It was already a long night and they were a bit annoyed.  The reshoot involved a song insulting the producer and saying 'fark the NRA".  It was awesome, but led to yet another, tamer reshoot.
 
2013-07-16 01:04:38 PM

buntz: I like the British Whose Line because it seemed genuinely improv.  They didn't know what they were going to get.  It was spontaneous and funny and sometimes bad and awkward.

The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.

I don't know, man.  Something just wasn't right there.....


I don't think ABC's version was preplanned or rehearsed, it was just that these guy had done the show for so many years that they were very, very good at what they did.  The show was second nature and while they may not have been repeating bits, they knew how to push each other's buttons for laughs.

BTW, just saw Colin Mochre on the Canadian remake of Match Game.  Wish they'd given him more time.
 
2013-07-16 01:05:36 PM

somedude210: chapman: They had to do reshoots because the guys said stuff that was verbotten (accidentally swear or mention a group that the producers didn't want to piss off) . Then they would come up with whole new songs.

Alas, how I wished Cosby and Hitler actually came to ABC


I would settle for Satan and the Schoolgirl
 
2013-07-16 01:20:57 PM
More fake stuff on TV ... yeah.
 
2013-07-16 01:22:14 PM

darth_badger: More fake stuff on TV ... yeah.


who fluffed your garfield.
 
2013-07-16 01:27:06 PM
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2013-07-16 01:32:19 PM

darkmayo: who fluffed your garfield.


I think it's clear he's been watching too much Cosby and Hitler

BATMANATEE: [imageshack.us image 764x1024]


O.o

I have the irish drinking song tune stuck in my head. I think I may need to belt out a fark Irish drinking song to celebrate later
 
2013-07-16 01:33:53 PM

BATMANATEE: [imageshack.us image 764x1024]


Nice genises!
 
2013-07-16 01:36:29 PM

darth_badger: More fake stuff on TV ... yeah.


Don't worry, there's already a thread about the reality TV that you love so much here.  They're working greenlighting the new Fox reality show Who's Your Daddy? about orphans who are competing to be adopted by a prospective set of parents.

For everyone else, we'll be watching H-O-R-W-A-R-D.
 
2013-07-16 01:47:24 PM

Uzzah: Oh thank God we have a full 10 hours to get this hashed out before the show starts. I have so much I want to discuss...


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...

um...

Colin Mochrie's head looks like a penis.

Ok, I'm done.


You just go to your room and fluff your Garfield and think about what you've done...
 
2013-07-16 01:50:33 PM
Guess what I'll be eating during the premier tonight...

Taaaa-peeeee-OOOOOOOO-caa!

/seriously, i have some in the fridgerator. Oh yes.
 
2013-07-16 01:53:20 PM

TheShavingofOccam123: /seriously, i have some in the fridgerator. Oh yes.


seriously, that is one of the best moments ever.

/Colin, do you know what bird says the name of our next band?
//A tern? An....arctic tern?
///and what sound does an arctic tern make?
////BACKstreetBOys
 
mhd
2013-07-16 01:55:09 PM
Will John Sessions impersonate the style of an author nobody actually has read?

/oh, wait...
 
2013-07-16 01:57:15 PM
www.reddwarf.co.uk
 
2013-07-16 02:07:32 PM
 
2013-07-16 02:09:46 PM
Ecuador.
 
2013-07-16 02:16:19 PM

Incorrigible Astronaut: A site with every British and American episode streaming on demand, you say?

Can't wait.


fark yeah
 
2013-07-16 02:26:25 PM

buntz: The few times I watched the Drew Carey one, it all seemed pre-planned and rehearsed.  Everything was fine tuned and smooth and all their songs rhymed perfectly.


Well at each taping they did four hours worth of content, and made about four or five episodes out of that four hours, so the really bad stuff is left on the cutting room floor or saved for the blooper reel.
 
2013-07-16 02:48:20 PM
I'm Cilantro.
 
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