Guess who was a guest star on Whose Line Is It....Joanie "Chyna" Laurer. She arrived in a WonderWoman type getup, and proceeded to turn two guys to the gay side. Let's see: Now we know how she can get a guy...
UGGGGHHH...the horror. the horror.
The seeds of doubt have been planted...but she(?) isn't done yet...
Yes, she has done it again, is there no hope for humanity???
Once again, The Man-Thing is VICTORIOUS...
What have we learned from this? Stay away from this thing, and maybe we should feel sorry for Sean Waltman...
Damn, you have really hit something...imagine, if you will, that Colin, Ryan, and Drew did commentary on the WWE...Hell, imagine if the MST3K crew were able to do the same? The scary part is, they would do better than J.R.Hoss and the Queen, AND Cole(may I toss your salad?)and Taz...
WliiA WAS one of the funniest shows. It's current bastardized version is not. Drew Carey is so unfunny it makes me long for the DC Snipers to put me out of my misery. Wayne Brady is a good performer, but is a pure ego-holimentalist in every sense of the word (even if I just made it up.)
Originally posted by Super Shane SpearWliiA WAS one of the funniest shows. It's current bastardized version is not. Drew Carey is so unfunny it makes me long for the DC Snipers to put me out of my misery. Wayne Brady is a good performer, but is a pure ego-holimentalist in every sense of the word (even if I just made it up.)
ya, WLiiA has gone down hill since it crossed the pond. besides, there's no Josie Lawrence in the American version
Wrestling has been rhyming with ass. I miss shows and it makes me all shades of ambivalence. WWE is starting to suck again. The crops? Jeezum Spice! Someone stole my crops. What in the ham fat is going on. That's just poo-doo! That's just my 2.4856 Yen.
John Sessions was so smug and funny he totally cracked me up. Tony Slattery was good too, but Sessions was better. Wayne Brady is NOT funny. Maybe he is Disney Channel funny, but not Comedy Channel funny.
(edited by DMC on 16.11.02 1026) "Well I'm here to tell ya, that as you go out into the world you're gonna find, that you're not gonna amount to J A C K S Q U A T!!!" -Matt Foley, motivational speaker
What's with all the USA-style-bashing of "Whose Line?" The UK version is all right, but they bring in WAAAYYYY too much B-level talent. ABC's version almost always has Colin, Ryan, and Wayne...equaling guaranteed laughs.
Sure, I wouldn't mind seeing Clive guest once for Drew. But those three are gut-busting. (Only exception: when Wayne's doing his talk show. Ugh.)
WLiiA flat-out RULES. My kind of reality show.
Star wipe, and...we're out. Thrillin' ain't easy. . . THE THRILL ACW-TV/Home Video Technical Director Emeritus...and A2NWO 4 Life!
Actually Colin and Ryan were always regulars on the later episodes over here in the UK. Greg Proops, Tony Slattery, Paul Merton, Josie Derby, and John Sessions usually filled out the other spots. And yes, it was much much better than the U.S version.
The t-ball preciousness of NXT can lead to some hyperbolic praise at times, but I thought the fourway was the best women's match in the history of the company. The layout was as ambitious and creative as a men's PPV main event, and they pulled it off.