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Green Screen Show 

A team of comedic improvisers (mostly "Whose Line" alums) headed by Drew Carey perform on a green screen set, and their antics are now fleshed out with amusing animation.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Drew Carey ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Colin Mochrie ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Brad Sherwood ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Greg Proops ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Charles Esten ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2004
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A team of comedic improvisers (mostly "Whose Line" alums) headed by Drew Carey perform on a green screen set, and their antics are now fleshed out with amusing animation.

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Comedy

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USA

Language:

English

Release Date:

7 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Drew Carey's Green Screen Show See more »

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Trivia

A taping with Ryan Stiles was recorded but, as of November 2005, it remains unaired. See more »

Quotes

[Greg is waterskiing on Brad's boat]
Brad Sherwood: Shark!
[Greg hops over the shark]
Brad Sherwood: Two sharks!
[Greg lets the sharks swim between his legs]
Brad Sherwood: [phone rings]
Brad Sherwood: Hello? Oh - it's my loan shark!
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Connections

Spun-off from Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998) See more »

Soundtracks

La Trampa
(Theme song)
Performed by Tonino Carotone and Manu Chao
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Sucks
8 November 2004 | by pdkm_See all my reviews

I've seen the first episode of this and to quite honest, I don't like it. Drew Carey is, as ever, consistently unfunny and barely manages to raise a smile. The animation is good but does not interact with the action very well. The performers are OK, Colin is always funny but his Whose Line? partner Ryan Stiles is missing, probably because he doesn't want to be associated with poor TV. The American audience scream when they find something funny, which is still very annoying and half the reason the US version of Whose Line? was not as good as the original.

The point of Whose Line? was that it was imporvised, they didn't have artists taking the recorded footage away and thinking about something funny to go with it.

My suggestion: go back to Whose Line?, get rid of Carey and have a regular guest pattern.


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