Drew Carey accompanied by Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Kathy Kinney, Chip Esten, Sean Masterson, Julie Larson, and Laura Hall at the piano, star in a 90 minute (...
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Drew Carey accompanied by Ryan Stiles, Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Kathy Kinney, Chip Esten, Sean Masterson, Julie Larson, and Laura Hall at the piano, star in a 90 minute (two 90-minute shows) live improv show from the MGM Grand in Las Vegas. Many "Whose Line" classics and new improv games, such as The Mousetrap game, add to the hilarity and excitement level of this program.Written by
To promote this show, Drew Carey appeared on the 2001 "WWF Royal Rumble" wrestling pay-per-view event and actually wrestled in a match, but eliminated himself after WWF Wrestler Kane entered the ring. At one point in the show, Drew is asked what his "dream job" would be and he replies that it's "to be Kane from the WWF". See more »
The way "Celebrity Improv Jeapardy" works is I give you a category and you give me the answer. For example, if the category was a type of color, you give me...
[Audience shouts "red"]
Red. The question would then be, "What is a book after you have finished with it? Read!"
[Scowls from the audience]
Don't bug the host!
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I watched this show when it was replayed on Showtime and it was the funniest thing I have seen. The best thing was at the end when Brad announced the world's most dangerous improv game. The players had to walk across the stage in bare feet and not step on the mousetraps. It was so funny when Bard said "Bare Feet!" I think if they wanted to make it funny, they should have used cream pies instead of mousetraps and still had them walk in their bare feet and step in the pies. It would have been enjoyable to see Drew and the other guys bare feet covered in messy pie. All in all, this was a good show.
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