History Trivia / WhoseLineIsItAnyway

17th Sep '17 8:17:30 AM AaronHong
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* ''Mixed Messages'': Introduced in the 5th revival season. This one's the love child of ''Two Line Vocabulary'' and ''Playbook[=/=]Every Other Line'', with three players acting out a scene while two of them get all their dialogue from the texts of two audience volunteers.
18th Aug '17 9:15:15 AM Gosicrystal
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* AccidentallyAccurate: InUniverse. The Newsflash using clips from ''Film/BasketCase'' included the part with Belial doing a GroinAttack, leading to Jeff and Ryan misleading Colin into thinking it was "a giant monster with a big penis." In the actual movie, [[spoiler:Belial is responsible for a rape scene, of which [[FreezeFrameBonus a snippet makes it into the Newsflash]].]]
17th Aug '17 11:49:06 PM AaronHong
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** Defied during TheRevival when they bring back "Doo-Wop" and the picking of a woman's name from the audience to sing about ([[TheFunInFuneral specifically about how she died]]). Someone in the audience actually shouts "[[{{WesternAnimation/Archer}} Lana!]]" to which Aisha snaps "NOT Lana!"
13th Jul '17 3:35:03 PM Brandon
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* BannedEpisode: The "Wil Wheaton" episode was original taped in early 2015, and was supposed to air the following summer, but instead was pre-empted. The episode didn't air until summer of 2017, although it was shown overseas. It's never been stated why the episode was pulled from airing, but some fans speculate it's because of Will [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPQJVoHMTQE using the prop gun like he's about to commit suicide]] at one point (he's supposed to be acting like a hostage taker), and CW may have thought that humor was [[DudeNotFunny too dark for the show.]] Even Ryan remarks in-game, [[LampshadeHanging "That seems harsh."]]

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* BannedEpisode: The "Wil Wheaton" episode was original taped in early 2015, and was supposed to air the following summer, but instead was pre-empted. The episode didn't air until summer of 2017, although it was shown overseas. It's never been stated why the episode was pulled from airing, but some fans speculate it's because of the Helping Hands game where Will [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPQJVoHMTQE using the uses a prop gun like he's about to commit suicide]] at one point (he's supposed to be acting like a hostage taker), and CW may have thought that humor was [[DudeNotFunny too dark for the show.]] Even Ryan remarks in-game, [[LampshadeHanging "That seems harsh."]]
13th Jul '17 3:34:11 PM Brandon
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* BannedEpisode: The "Wil Wheaton" episode was original taped in early 2015, and was supposed to air the following summer, but instead was pre-empted. The episode didn't air until summer of 2017, although it was shown overseas. It's never been stated why the episode was pulled from airing, but some fans speculate it's because of Will [[https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=DPQJVoHMTQE using the prop gun like he's about to commit suicide]] at one point (he's supposed to be acting like a hostage taker), and CW may have thought that humor was [[DudeNotFunny too dark for the show.]] Even Ryan remarks in-game, [[LampshadeHanging "That seems harsh."]]
3rd Jun '17 12:17:36 PM nombretomado
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* ''Millionaire Show'': Only in the American version, the performers act out a parody of ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'', their characters holding to a theme. Unlike the real game show, however, there are only two lifelines and one of them is a helper in the audience (one of the performers) instead of polling the entire audience.

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* ''Millionaire Show'': Only in the American version, the performers act out a parody of ''WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'', ''Series/WhoWantsToBeAMillionaire'', their characters holding to a theme. Unlike the real game show, however, there are only two lifelines and one of them is a helper in the audience (one of the performers) instead of polling the entire audience.
3rd Jun '17 12:52:08 AM AaronHong
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* SocietyMarchesOn: Pretty much everything indicated by a TV-PG rating evolved in the decade between American installments, necessitating the use of the word "partner" in place of "girlfriend", and paving the way for a more lighthearted attitude toward dirtier jokes. Also, the cast is more diverse than ever before.

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Pretty much everything indicated by a TV-PG rating evolved in the decade between American installments, necessitating the use of the word "partner" in place of "girlfriend", and paving the way for a more lighthearted attitude toward dirtier jokes. Also, the cast is more diverse than ever before.
** There used to be a TakeThat or two to the idea of boy bands - nowadays, boy bands have grown into such a huge thing that the guys have sidestepped a lot of fan backlash by learning to differentiate them (Colin even knows about that one guy who left Music/OneDirection!)
8th May '17 3:33:50 PM themisterfree
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* TheCastShowoff: Wayne was given a showcase game to display his musical talents (usually "Song Styles" or "Greatest Hits") in [[OnceAnEpisode virtually every episode]] of the US version. This practice is actually OlderThanTheyThink; Mike [=McShane=] got the same treatment during his run on the UK version (though his game was "Bartender"). Chip was also a regular in "Bartender" in the UK--it became "his" game when they moved to the US, until they dropped it--but he usually sang along with Wayne as well, especially in "Greatest Hits".

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* TheCastShowoff: Wayne was given a showcase game to display his musical talents (usually "Song Styles" or "Greatest Hits") in [[OnceAnEpisode virtually every episode]] of the US version. (He also sang the theme song to another ABC series at the time, ''WesternAnimation/TheWeekenders''.) This practice is actually OlderThanTheyThink; Mike [=McShane=] got the same treatment during his run on the UK version (though his game was "Bartender"). Chip was also a regular in "Bartender" in the UK--it became "his" game when they moved to the US, until they dropped it--but he usually sang along with Wayne as well, especially in "Greatest Hits".
11th Apr '17 8:38:44 PM masterofthehouse
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* {{Defictionalization}}: Of a sort. It was only a matter of time until someone compiled a bunch of Hoedowns together to make [[https://youtu.be/hcJsYFdke1o "A Very Special Three-Hour Hoedown"]].
10th Apr '17 1:25:46 PM CosmicFerret
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* ''Film, (TV,) and Theatre Styles'': Performers act out a scene provided by the host, using various genres as given by the audience (SoapOpera, Creator/WilliamShakespeare, ''{{Baywatch}}'', ''Literature/HarryPotter'', [[RuleThirtyFour Porno]], etc.).

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* ''Film, (TV,) and Theatre Styles'': Performers act out a scene provided by the host, using various genres as given by the audience (SoapOpera, Creator/WilliamShakespeare, ''{{Baywatch}}'', ''Series/{{Baywatch}}'', ''Literature/HarryPotter'', [[RuleThirtyFour Porno]], etc.).
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