01:13:48 PM Jun 22nd 2015
So "every" episode is on the CW Seed site, and that's great. However, it seems to be missing some episodes. Season 1, which is 20 episodes long, only has 16 episodes listed on the site, and I couldn't find the infamous "Africa's a continent" episode from season 2. Why were certain episodes omitted?
11:59:00 PM Dec 22nd 2014
Was Chip cast in Nashville before or after production began on the second American run?
10:53:55 AM Jan 15th 2013
Tongue-Tied: Before a playing of "Number of Words", Drew said, "Now the trick to this game, and this is what makes it a rainy gay- day fun game for the kids..." Ryan jumped on his flub, of course. (he was probably trying to say "great rainy day fun game for the kids") Natter goes on discussion page, YMMV, or WMG depending on context.
12:41:42 AM Jun 4th 2012
Another "Millionaire Show" example of disorganized outline speech: Brad asked in one episode: "Is the answer to this question: A) B, B) C, C) A, or D) D?"
10:42:37 AM Mar 19th 2012
Moved from main. I'm sure there's a better fit for it.
- Beyond the Impossible: During a playing of "Sound Effects" where Colin played a heavily pregnant woman, he began to go through the act of child birth on a rollercoaster, with Ryan (playing Colin's husband) at his side. However, the cops began shooting at he and Ryan from the ground, so they had to get off the rollercoaster. Colin stated that they should climb to the ground using a nearby ladder. At this point, he mimed pushing the baby back inside himself so he could climb down comfortably. Everyone lost it.
- David Hasselhoff appeared on the show in a leather jacket and pants. That's more leather than Ryan's shoes.
06:36:57 PM Apr 9th 2011
What episode does Ryan make the whore-horror mistake? Link (youtube if possible) graciously desired.
05:56:42 PM Dec 28th 2010
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10:03:51 AM Oct 11th 2010
In the "Ensemble Darkhorse" section, it claims that the reason Mike Mc Shane wasn't on the U.S. version is because of a backstage argument with the producers. Is this true? If so, source? This is the first I've heard about it.
12:24:23 AM Feb 9th 2014
Mike explained in a radio interview that it was more Executive Meddling that got him removed from Whose Line. Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson had been trying to sell the show to the US for years, and eventually they started bowing to whastever demand a US executive through, and one of those demands was, get rid of Mike and Tony.
12:02:18 PM Sep 16th 2010
This has been bugging me for years. Perhaps you fellow Whose Line fans can help me out. Whenever "Shakespeare" is used in "Film, TV & Theater Styles", Ryan frequently says something to the equivalent of "If this ____ were a ______, he would be a _______". That's gotta be from a Shakespeare play, but which one? And bonus points, does anyone know the original line that Ryan is always parodying?
10:21:37 AM Sep 15th 2010
My mistake. Was it always in a folder, though? If not, that's probably what tripped me.
12:32:44 PM Sep 15th 2010
Nope, just got folderized. Yeah, that always throws me off when something that's been rather large gets folderized.
08:54:47 AM Aug 27th 2010
I see that "The Scrappy" and its examples of Kathy Greenwood and Archie Hahn was deleted. While I can definitely see why one would think that's merely a fan using that trope to voice his disgust with a certain performer, it's really not. Check the archive.org listing for Whose Line on Jump The Shark. Numerous fans complained about Kathy Greenwood's performance. She has her fans, yes, but so does Scrappy.
10:33:52 AM Aug 27th 2010
Crap. I forgot JTS has a robots file and thus can't be archived by archive.org. Forget it then.
04:20:33 PM Aug 27th 2010
Yeah, I thought it was just "one guy complains about this one character", which is what a lot of supposed Scrappies are. I'm not a fan of her, I just thought it was another abuse of The Scrappy.
01:00:41 PM Aug 29th 2010
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No prob. Just wanted to explain my reasoning. FTR, I actually don't hate Kathy Greenwood. She can be funny on occasion. That said, when it comes to the fourth performer, I'd want either Greg, Brad, Chip, or Jeff over Kathy in a heartbeat. And when it comes to female performers, I always thought Denny Siegel adjusted to the improv atmosphere better than Kathy.
11:06:39 PM Aug 30th 2010
Yeah, she's okay, but her scenes usually have the other performers picking up the pieces around here.
10:53:22 AM Sep 7th 2010
I liked Kathy Greenwood. She didn't do much, but she tried and definitely had her moments. Kathy Griffin, on the other hand...
11:13:14 AM Sep 7th 2010
Kathy Griffin was actually pretty funny, but the problem is, she was underused and came to the party late in the show's tapings, so she didn't get to be on the show very many times. Having 2 of her 4 episodes feature special guest stars didn't help matters, either.
11:36:24 AM Jul 30th 2010
From the page:
Very much subject to a Broken Base: good luck finding any clips on Youtube whose comments don't consist entirely of furious fans of the British and American incarnations arguing about which one is best.I've watched more than my share of videos and I have yet to see such a comment thread.