I thought it would be just a helpful suggestion to the moderators. Shortly before airing I'd greatly recommend pinning the discussion for the episode to the top of the page. I'm not sure if this what was being done before, but I don't believe it's been happening the last few episodes.
I get that some of the subscribed Performers on this subreddit are caught with nostalgia, so I think what better way to celebrate Whose Line's 5th anniversary on the CW than to ask the community the positive side of the revival. As the show moves forward, I would like to know what moments from the current version made you laugh, and it doesn't even need to be from games; even the simplest talks in between matter.
And as a community, I would love to know what you hope CW Whose Line will do or continue if this season does get renewed. Audience suggestions aside, I feel like fellow Whosers have equal power in the show's creation as the cast and producers that they will take feedback from the community (and no, changing the host will be very unlikely), so feel free to be creative and thinking of a future direction as we celebrate 5 years of an amazing, one-of-a-kind show!
Does anyone feel like the show just isn’t the same without Drew as the host? I feel like there was so much more interaction with him as the host that I really enjoyed. Aisha does a decent job and I still watch every episode, but I miss all of the interaction and jabs from Drew and the guys together. In more recent episodes, there has been some of it, which is what made me figure out what has been off with her as the host.
Football pitch /soccer field. On the sports field of any kind! Or even as an announcer.
...is showing episodes of Whose Line is it Anyway, in 2-hour and 3-hour blocks daily. They all appear to be with Aisha Tyler as the host.
My TitanTV listing is showing nearly 100 episodes being broadcast over the next two weeks (including repeats).
many years back there was a youtube video of a bunch of times they got in trouble with the producers or got mad at the producers. Ive been trying to find it again and not having any luck. does anybody know if it's still available anywhere?
Whose Line Is It Anyway (WLIIA) is a short-form improvisational comedy television show that aired on Channel 4 in the UK and ABC in the United States. Featuring regular performers Drew Carey, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and guest stars including Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Chip Esten, and Jeff Davis. Come join us as we post some of our favorite moments from a classic show. If you need help finding an episode, check out [Whose Line Online](http://whoselineonline.org/)