I like that show, though I haven't seen it in a long time (since I don't watch TV anymore).
I'm waiting for AnimeThon in August partly because of the comedy group that is the anime equivalent to above-mentioned TV show!
I was when they had Clive Anderson (the British series). But ever since they moved it to america, it had to be cleaned up a bit so it could be more "family friendly". It was actually funny before. Now it's moronic. Speaking of morons, I also don't like the american series because they added a stupid host. :P
Improvisation has been out for a few years now. It seems like it's a fad that is becoming less popular in my area of the world. I guess we'll see if that is true worldwide based on later responses :)
Like Victoria, I loved the English one with Clive Anderson but the American one is just stupid, mainly because of Drew Carey, but also because it's American humour which each year I find less and less funny.
It also gets boring because it's always the same...and yes, especially when it has to be clean comedy!
I love that show! It's one of my favorites! My Mum thinks Ryan Stiles looks a bit like John Deacon. And on some rare occasions I think so too.
Did anyone see the one where Ryan broke the light on Drew's desk with his head? He was supposed to be "Phylis Diller who's head keeps getting stuck to things." It was hysterical.
I love Colin. I admire Colin. I want to BE Colin. If I had ONE TENTH of Colin's talent, I would be a very happy lady.
Oh yes, and I watch the show religiously. Those hoedowns are killers.
I'm a Greg Proops man. One thing that annoyed me about the Pommy version of WLiiA? was Stephen 'I'm-not-so-funny-with-out-a-script' Fry. God, awful, awful, awful!
Although that bloke...he looked a bit ratty, short and a pointy nose, was funny and cancelled the non-funny of Stephen Fry out.
Proops is excellent...though I must say, if my last name were "Proops," I would get it changed before I went on national television.
What I want to know is, are there no GOOD female improv comediennes out there? Kathy Greenwood has made me smile once or twice.