Last Friday Obama signed in massive budget cuts, the Supreme Court was hearing cases about gay marriage and voting rights and Florida was literally swallowing people in their home. But only one news story really stood out, that Whose Line Is It Anyway is coming back for another season!
The show will reunite Colin Macherie, Ryan Styles and Wayne Brady (but not Drew Carey, because he’s too busy having old people guess the price of Turtle Wax). The show will return for 10 episodes on the otherwise useless CW.
In honor of this momentous occasion, here are my top favorite moments from the ABC run:
Wayne Brady sings to a lunch lady, and winds up embarrassing even himself with the innuendo:
Wayne Brady showed a talent from making up songs on the spot. The second song from this game is my favorite he’s done.
Colin and Ryan were the comedy duo of the 90s. Here’s one their Mission: Improbables. The Cat!
Nice Pants! This cracked me up when it first aired.
Anyone whose a fan of Whose Line knows what number one has to be. Yeah, that’s right: Richard Simmons.
In Other News:
NBC is rumored to be replacing Jay Leno with Jimmy Fallon in 2014. C’mon, Leno will be around forever like Twinkies…
Jack the Giant Slayer finished number one at the Box Office this past week. In response big budget epics based on Little Bo Peep, Old King Cole, Humpty Dumpty and that candle that Jack kid jumps over have already been announced.
Justin Bieber recently tweeted he was having the worse birthday ever. As far as I’m concerned, and birthday involving Justin Bieber is the worse birthday.