The Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway?
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No one gets voted off the show. That would be too easy. Instead contestants face crueler fates: be a fish on a TV dating show, Adam and Eve when they first converse, a doo-wop group singing about a girl (and a tragic taxidermy accident). We're not making this up. They are. Host Drew Carey, a clever crew of comedy regulars and special guests (David Hasselhoff, Florence Henderson, Jerry Springer, Richard Simmons, bodybuilder Jane Tricker and more) come up with funny-on-the-fly in the hit series that crosses a game show with mad improvisation. Discover 10 of the show's best episodes with all of the censor bars and bleeps removed, so you can enjoy every bit of the delicious and daring funny business in all its glory. Uncensored means that the potential for laughter is unlimited!]]>
Bonus hour-long episode recapping highlights from seasons 1 and 2
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Show No. 308 "Ryan smashing head" (First Aired: Thursday June 14, 2001)
Show No. 401 "good show with Wayne as Singing Bass and kissing Colin" (First Aired: Thursday September 6, 2001)
Show No. 413 Too Hot For Whose Line (First Aired: Wednesday October 3, 2001)
Show No. 512 "with Florence Henderson" (First Aired: Monday September 30, 2002)
Show No. 521 "with Richard Simmons" (First Aired: Friday June 20, 2003)
Show No. 610 "with Kathy Griffin & David Hasselhoff" (First Aired: Friday June 27, 2003)
Show No. 611 "with bodybuilder Jane Tricker" (First Aired: Friday July 11, 2003)
Show No. 505 Valentine's Day Show "with Loyola Marymount Cheerleaders" (First Aired: Saturday August 7, 2004)
Show No. 419 "Fluff your Garfield" show
Show No. 612 Jerry Springer in "Dubbing" game / Colin dancing in "Greatest Hits" game
And including The Best of Whose Line episode which only aired twice on ABC that featured unaired games, bloopers and favorite moments.
I can't wait until this set comes out.
Many classic episodes abound, and while the focus seems to be on special guest stars (the two best of which are Richard Simmons and Florence Henderson), there are also several classic spots with just the "Whose Line" regulars, such as the infamous episode of Party Quirks where Ryan has a close encounter with a neon light or Colin's break dance video with Wayne in Greatest Hits. The inclusion of the hour-long "Best of" special is a nice little bonus, as it only aired twice, but it would have also been cool to see some more bloopers as featured in the first two volumes. There also seems to be a lack of season two episodes...perhaps that set is in the works? We can only hope.
In short, it's a worthy collection of episodes for a "Best of Whose Line" set, but the die-hard Whosers will still want to keep their fingers crossed for those seasonal releases.
Please don't be a copy out - please give us the whole series! Pleeeeeese!!
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another great comedy show all these guys are so funny and there is one live blooper that is the best.Published 1 month ago by bones
This hilarious collection has been watched over and over. There are so many episodes that make us crack up every time. Read morePublished 1 month ago by Richard Gelderman
With only 10 episodes and one special, this product showed what the show was all about. The first one is my very best favorite with Richard Simmons, who made me cry of laughter... Read morePublished 3 months ago by Amazon Customer
Frickin hysterical!!! An absolute riot!!!! Ton's of laughs!!! This is such a great show... So much fun. and I would have to say that the episode with Richard Simmons is the best.Published 3 months ago by rocker
This improv-comedy is the only show on television that routinely is wet-yer-pants-funny.
Live audiences [better than DEAD ones] occasionally are involved in the skits. Read more