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View Poll Results: What's your favorite Whose Line Series?

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  • The UK Era (1988-1998)

    1 16.67%
  • The Drew Era (1999-2007)

    4 66.67%
  • The Modern Era (2013-Present)

    1 16.67%
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  1. #1
    Jammin'! SEGANut's Avatar
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    Dec 2013
    New Jersey

    Default The Officially Unofficial "Whose Line is it Anyway?" Topic

    Because Doctor Who has his own topic, so why the hell not?

    Anyway, what can you say about Whose Line? It's literally the Holy Grail of Improv comedy. It has a funny-as-hell cast, memorable episodes, extraordinary on-the-spot musical numbers, a great amount of celebrity guests, and of course, all those bald jokes!

    So this here is basically a topic to pay tribute to the show where everything's made up and the points don't matter. Got a favorite moment on the show? Share it with us. Remember a funny quote? Share that too. Know a Hoedown word-for-word? That's kinda pathetic, but go ahead and share that, too.
    "ARGH, you f***ing Processing, stop being so BLAST!!" - The Angry Video Game Nerd

  2. #2
    Haha. Twinny's Avatar
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    Oct 2010
    New York City, NY


    Can't say much about the first two eras really because I seen (VERY) little of it. The revived version on The CW is basically the same albeit no Drew. Then again haven't seen much of that version to say anything else.
    RadioSEGA member since October 2010

  3. #3
    Ace Detective Kaito-kun's Avatar
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    May 2008
    Just off the A74(M)


    Because I don't want to seem like a traitor, and because the original series had guests such as Paul Merton, Griff Rhys Jones, Sandi Toksvig and Stephen Fry (as well as Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie) I have to vote for it. Although, fun fact, the final series of the UK Version was actually filmed in the same studio in Los Angeles as the Drew Caery episodes:

    Quote Originally Posted by Wikipedia
    Most episodes of the British television programme were primarily shot in London. However, half of the episodes for each of series three and four were taped in New York, and series 10 was filmed entirely in Hollywood in the same studio that would host the American version, Raleigh Studios. This final series was first broadcast only in the U.S. on theComedy Central cable channel. These episodes shot in the United States were often criticized by both fans and critics as being of a lower quality to the London shot episodes.
    Also, you forgot to mention the original BBC Radio 4 series.

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