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Friday, August 29, 2008

"Whose Line Is It Anyway?" ~ I hope I have a good time!!!

Well, this weekend my husband and I have tickets for another performance. Brad Sherwood and Colin Mocherie both from "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" It was "stolen" from the British show (the US just "borrows" from the British because we can't come up with anything original) that was a improvisational comedy show that was hilarious. So, I am hoping I can handle the show and that I will have a good time. I thought I would share a bit with you. Brad and Colin are in this clip. Enjoy.


Bradley said...

I am so jealous. I which I was going along. I hope you enjoy.

Catatonic Kid said...

I love that show! It's brilliant =) I am universally impressed by the comedians they have on there. They are so clever.


Clueless said...

Bradley, I wish you were too...if I were up to it, it would have been nice to have a group go together. My goal is first to make it into the theatre. 2nd to sit down, 3rd to remain until they come on stage, 4th to actually see them perform...I will be bummed if I don't see them...I think it will do me good.

CK, I totally agree with you. I love clean improve. They just are on the edge enough not to be offensive to me and how does a mind think that quickly and abstractly!! Oh, and I love Wayne Brady's talents...I just wish they could have found a good way to market him. I hope to enjoy.

KatrinkaOhio said...

I have seen Brad and Colin twice now. They ARE brilliant. By the way, "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" in the U.S. was brought over by Dan Patterson, the same producer as the Brit version. Thus, it wasn't "stolen", as you say.

Clueless said...

Okay, thank you for correcting my mistake...it is good information to know. Anyway, UK developed it first!

Anonymous said...

i've watched "whose line..." for a long time - UK first - and have always loved it. they took it off the Canadian channel - unless you have cable - and tv just isn't the same.

i hope you had a good time...

Clueless said...

I had a great time...lots of PRNs, 5 minutes from home, and no panic attacks. Hooray!!!. My cheeks hurts from laughing. What a bummer no cable. Here without cable the quality of the shows are not worth much.

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