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The Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway?

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Best of Whose Line Is It Anyway?, The (DVD)

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!

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10 episodes
Bonus hour-long episode recapping highlights from seasons 1 and 2

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  • Actors: Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Wayne Brady, Laura Hall
  • Format: Multiple Formats, Color, Full Screen, Subtitled, NTSC
  • Language: English (Dolby Digital 2.0 Surround)
  • Subtitles: English
  • Region: Region 1 (U.S. and Canada only. Read more about DVD formats.)
  • Number of discs: 2
  • Rated: Unrated
  • Studio: Warner Home Video
  • DVD Release Date: June 9, 2009
  • Run Time: 300 minutes
  • Average Customer Review: 4.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (167 customer reviews)
  • ASIN: B001U3ZYX4
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #6,934 in Movies & TV (See Top 100 in Movies & TV)

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The upcoming DVD set will feature 10 of the series' funniest episodes on two discs - completely uncensored! No word on any bonus features yet. Here are the included episodes:

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.
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The episodes included are, for the most part, big time favorites of mine. However, I hope this isn't a cop out for the studio to release a "Best of" and be done with it instead of releasing the rest of the seasons. There are too many classic moments of this show which haven't been released yet and won't be in this set. Still, I will be buying this one. As a dedicated WLIIA fan, I can't pass it up.
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It's pretty disappointing that Warner Brothers has not decided to continue releasing "Whose Line" seasonally for the time being, a decision I (and many other fans I know) hope is temporary. That said, the casual fan looking for a quick ten episode fix or a selection of episodes to show friends who have never seen the show will get what they need from this set.

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.
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I always enjoy watching WLIIA. I liked the first DVD releases and was looking forward to this last one. The episodes chosen for the latest Whose Line were pretty good. The episode with Colin not being able to distinguish genders is a personal favorite along with the Richard Simmons episode. In the previous releases there were outtakes included and that was the funniest part of those discs, so imagine my dismay when there were not any outtakes on the newest release. I was looking forward to seeing episodes that they had to censor and the only things that were different from the original airings were the removal of the bars from some the episodes. I was disappointed.
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hmmm.... as with above sentiments, this better not be a cop out so that they don't have to release any more eps.... As with others, I bought the first 2 dvds and have been eagerly awaiting the next instalment. I also would have preferred them to release a box set of all Season 1 eps, then move on to Season 2, etc. I'd happily pay whatever was necessary to know that I had every ep of this incredible show. (especially since we were never lucky enough to get the whole series here in Australia).

Please don't be a copy out - please give us the whole series! Pleeeeeese!!
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If you have never seen this show before (and where have you been, under a rock?) this is a great place to start. Not too many shows make me laugh out loud but Who's Line makes me laugh so hard I cry. Around my house we are constantly quoting lines from the show. Colin & Ryan are hilarious and nobody in show biz is more versatile then Wayne. Get this and die laughing!
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The funniest video on the market today. When they say the best of they are not kidding. This is truly a classic. Each of the 10 episodes are certainly some of the funniest I've ever seen and left me in tears. If you need a good laugh this video will certainly tickle your funny bone and then some. AAA+++ for pure comedic insanity. It is uncensored so parental guidance is advised.
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This improvised skit comedy show is the only show on television that routinely made me laugh out loud. By contrast sitcoms these days are just sad strings of extremely forced unfunny one-liners (hence the need to insert canned laughter). Very few stand-up comedians today garner more than a wry smile. Most other so-called "comedy" shows on TV are overly focused on testicular injury, as portrayed in "Idiocracy." That's why I'm so glad to finally see out on DVD some of these truly inspired spontaneous bits from these hugely gifted, clever and smart comedic performers. I laughed as hard and frequently as I did when the series first ran -- and I didn't have trouble sitting down afterward.
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Horray! The lazy episodes, where they can coast by either repeating the same joke over and over, or by bringing a one-joke celebrity in!

The Best of Special, 401, and 611 are good... just not $20 good.
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