Denny: anchor, Colin (co-anchor): Denny has been spreading rumors about their disastrous date, Wayne (sportscaster): caught in the middle of a busy free way, Ryan (weatherman) Frankenstein's monster looking for a mate.: Denny: anchor, Colin (co-anchor): acting out scenes from a soap opera, Wayne (sportscaster): a middle aged woman who's proud of her body, Ryan (weatherman): Tarzan sensing that his woman is in danger.This entire season has a compliment of twenty episodes.Brad: anchor "Chuch Surloin", Colin: co-anchor: kid showing off in class, Wayne: sportscaster: "Frank Clamchouder" teenager who can't believe he's being dumped, Ryan: weatherman: "Al Nino" getting younger and younger.The first season of the US Whose Line is it Anyway is hosted by Drew Carey (this fact never changes).The two regulars are Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie.From crowd interactions to any given newspaper headline, each bit of stimulus serves as a way to take a mad flume ride through the sluices of Proops' brain. Loosely rendered it falls somewhere between idiot and asshole.
Before we delve too deep into what had in store for us I should come clean.
Guests include Wayne Brady, Greg Proops, Brad Sherwood, Ian Gomez, Stephen Colbert, Kathy Kinney, Denny Seigel, and Karen Maruyama.
All of the stars are listed in seating order, which for some reason I think is important.
In addition to being one of the mind-warpingly quick-draw improv comics on earth, Greg Proops is The Smartest Man In The World — or, at least, that’s an apt moniker for his lugubrious, salacious, verbacious weekly podcast.
Tonight, Greg records his latest episode live on the Cinefamily stage, and then it’s time for in 35mm, the best way Greg knows how to celebrate summer. Keanu before The Matrix, Swayze when he strode the Earth like a Titan.