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** "And now your host, someone who sounds exactly like me, [[CaptainObvious Hugh Dennis!]]"

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** "And now "Would you please welcome your host, someone a man who sounds exactly a lot like me, me-- [[CaptainObvious Hugh Dennis!]]"


Hugh Dennis of ''Series/MockTheWeek'' fame is the host, managing a rotating cast of comedians that include guest performers from ''Mock the Week'', some new faces and even the occasional ''American'' Whose Line[=/=]Improvaganza alumnus, such as Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum.

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Hugh Dennis of ''Series/MockTheWeek'' fame is the host, managing a rotating cast of comedians that include guest performers from ''Mock the Week'', some new faces and even the occasional ''American'' Whose Line[=/=]Improvaganza alumnus, such as Wayne Brady Creator/WayneBrady and Jonathan Mangum.


Hugh Dennis of ''MockTheWeek'' fame is the host, managing a rotating cast of comedians that include guest performers from ''Mock the Week'', some new faces and even the occasional ''American'' Whose Line[=/=]Improvaganza alumnus, such as Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum.

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Hugh Dennis of ''MockTheWeek'' ''Series/MockTheWeek'' fame is the host, managing a rotating cast of comedians that include guest performers from ''Mock the Week'', some new faces and even the occasional ''American'' Whose Line[=/=]Improvaganza alumnus, such as Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum.


Hugh Dennis of ''MockTheWeek'' fame is the host, managing a rotating cast of comedians that include guest performers from ''Mock the Week'', some new faces and even the occasional ''American'' WhoseLine[=/=]Improvaganza alumnus, such as Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum.

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Hugh Dennis of ''MockTheWeek'' fame is the host, managing a rotating cast of comedians that include guest performers from ''Mock the Week'', some new faces and even the occasional ''American'' WhoseLine[=/=]Improvaganza Whose Line[=/=]Improvaganza alumnus, such as Wayne Brady and Jonathan Mangum.


* WritingAroundTrademarks: Several new games involve taking the premise wholesale from other actual shows, so this happens a lot ([[TheWeakestLink "Weak Links"]], [[SharkTank "Dragon's Lair"]] etc.)

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* WritingAroundTrademarks: Several new games involve taking the premise wholesale from other actual shows, so this happens a lot ([[TheWeakestLink ([[Series/TheWeakestLink "Weak Links"]], [[SharkTank [[Series/SharkTank "Dragon's Lair"]] etc.)


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* TheBigGuy: Justin Edwards and Greg Davies - Humphrey has the height for it though.

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* TheBigGuy: Justin Edwards and Edwards, Greg Davies - Davies, and Tom Parry. Humphrey Ker has the height for it though.



* TheCastShowoff: David Armand plays the Interpretive Dance segment.
** Wayne and Jonathan get to play several musical numbers too.
** Episode 6 ended with Ruth, Justin, Pippa, Humphrey, and David doing a Theatre/LesMiserables-styled parody of I'm A Celebrity.



* GettingCrapPastTheRadar: Happens at the end of "Right Way, Wrong Way", when Tom stands up and tells Ruth, "Well, it's not going to suck itself, is it?"



** Happens in another "Forward[=/=]Reverse", when Tom and Pippa were made to do the same full-on kiss over and over, resulting in Tom stating that his back was going.



* StrictlyFormula: Moreso than ''Whose Line'' and even ''Mock The Week'' - all-player games start the show, games like "Sideways Scene" get placed in the latter half, and this time 'quickie' games, usually a quick Q&A session involving no more than three of the players, are used to fill up time between the usual games.

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* StrictlyFormula: Moreso than ''Whose Line'' and even ''Mock The Week'' - -- all-player games start the show, games like "Sideways Scene" get placed in always ends the latter half, show (except for episode 6), and this time 'quickie' games, usually a quick Q&A session involving no more than three of the players, are used to fill up time between the usual games.

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* BritishBrevity: ''Single-digit'' episode count.


''Fast and Loose'' is an {{Improv}} SketchComedy series created by Dan Patterson, responsible for the original ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway.''

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''Fast and Loose'' is an {{Improv}} SketchComedy series created by Dan Patterson, responsible for the original ''WhoseLineIsItAnyway.''Series/WhoseLineIsItAnyway.''



After it was discontinued, the show was heavily retooled and sent to America as ''TrustUsWithYourLife''.

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After it was discontinued, the show was heavily retooled and sent to America as ''TrustUsWithYourLife''.
''Series/TrustUsWithYourLife''.



* ButtMonkey: Marek Larewood is basically this show's [[DrewCareysImprovaganza Jonathan Mangum]].

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* ButtMonkey: Marek Larewood is basically this show's [[DrewCareysImprovaganza [[Series/DrewCareysImprovAGanza Jonathan Mangum]].

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* BaldOfAwesome: David Armand.
* TheBigGuy: Justin Edwards and Greg Davies - Humphrey has the height for it though.


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* PrecisionFStrike: Justin is the resident master.


* OverlyLongGag: One came of "Forward[=/=]Reverse" basically had Jonathan doing the same full-on kiss with Jess, over and over. This CrossesTheLineTwice when Wayne gets subjected to the same thing... ''with Humphrey Ker''.

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* OverlyLongGag: One came game of "Forward[=/=]Reverse" basically had Jonathan doing the same full-on kiss with Jess, over and over. This CrossesTheLineTwice when Wayne gets subjected to the same thing... ''with Humphrey Ker''.


* ButtMonkey: Marek Larewood is basically this show's [[DrewCareysImprovaganza Jonathan Mangum]].



* OverlyLongGag: One came of "Forward[=/=]Reverse" basically had Jonathan doing the same full-on kiss with Jess, over and over. This CrossesTheLineTwice when Wayne gets subjected to the same thing... ''with Humphrey''.

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* OverlyLongGag: One came of "Forward[=/=]Reverse" basically had Jonathan doing the same full-on kiss with Jess, over and over. This CrossesTheLineTwice when Wayne gets subjected to the same thing... ''with Humphrey''.Humphrey Ker''.
* SophisticatedAsHell: Some of the cards have apparently been written just to get this out of Hugh.


* CatchPhrase: "Ladies and gentlemen, for the next 30 seconds at least, you're watching Fast And Loose!"

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* CatchPhrase: "Ladies and gentlemen, for the next 30 X seconds at least, you're watching Fast And Loose!"


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* DeliberatelyMonochrome: "Early TV", meant to present how recent TV shows would be like if they were created in the '40s.


* WritingAroundTrademarks: Several new games involve taking the premise wholesale from other actual shows, so this happens a lot ([[TheWeakestLink "Weak Links"]], [[SharkTank "Dragon's Lair"]] etc.)

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* WritingAroundTrademarks: Several new games involve taking the premise wholesale from other actual shows, so this happens a lot ([[TheWeakestLink "Weak Links"]], [[SharkTank "Dragon's Lair"]] etc.))
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