7-Up: Not the drink, but based rather on an actual tv show. Three or four performers have to portray certain characters at different stages in their lives - 7 years old, then 14, then 21 years of age.
Interpretive Dance: Generally involving only one player, David Armand, who has to act out the lyrics of a popular song, while two players have their hearing shielded with earphones, and have to guess what song it is.
Dance Party: Based on a particularly old comedy sketch, some music is played and all performers act like they are in a dance party, grooving to the music, until the music is paused, whereupon the players come up with a Non Sequitur on the spot.
Dragons' Lair: Combining Dragon's Den with the "Props" game, two players get saddled with a random prop that they must pitch as a new product/invention/whatever to two other players acting as potential investors.
Early Television: Hugh participates in this game, which basically takes shows like Jerry Springer and acts them out like they were produced in the '40s thereabouts.
Forward/Rewind: Identical to 'Forward/Reverse' from Improvaganza. The players act out a scene, until audio cues instruct them to rewind the events of the scene from that point, or play them forward again.
Right Way/Wrong Way: Vaguely reminiscent of a sketch from Animaniacs, four players are paired up, each duo having to act out the various parts of an extended activity the right way and the wrong way.
Sideways Scene: Three players act out a scene while lying down on a specially-prepared surface, with a ceiling camera capturing the action and making them look as if they are upright. All this is combined with the old "Film, TV and Theater Styles" format from Whose Line.
Speed Dating/Audition Reel/etc.: Reusing the concept from "World's Worst", all performers take turns to act out the world's worst things to say during a speed dating function, or auditioning for a role, etc.
Weak Links: Hugh participates in this spoof of The Weakest Link, where four performers have to act as certain characters while answering his questions. It's limited to ending on one vote-out to save time.