Quote: smileham @ February 18 2011, 12:34 PM GMT
Having a hunt through the web I discovered this from 2008, it's the whole Sideways Scene bit done by Colin Mochrie...
A shame but that figures. Colin is a genius, after all. Assuming that the reason they cannot use classic Whose Line games is because Hat Trick own the copyright to them, then presumably Dan Patterson must have had some involvement in creating that game to be able to use it, though?
My two most memorable Whose Line Colin bits:
Greatest Hits in which Colin Dances:
Improbable Mission with "the Cat"
Watching those again just makes me realize how poor Fast and Loose is in comparison. To be fair, I feel the same of early Whose Line British and US versions, which both improved greatly, so maybe it just needs time.
Greg and Justin definitely have the potential to be the next Ryan and Colin as they are far and away the best thing about the show. But, as I have said on here several times before, the biggest problem is that the current games are just too restrictive to allow anything like in those Colin clips. Too many of them leave the performers having to deliver a line or two that meets a specific setup (thing Hugh does not know, what not to say at the start of a date). Just give them a loose framework then let them make something out of it. That and fewer players.
Still David Armand gets to do his his "feel"ing breasts and "having" pelvic thrusts yet again. And again. And again.
Maybe I should just go away until series three, by which time it should have found its way, as I am already starting to find it tired.