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D Mervin Ffingir writes, and having writ, moves on:
Friday, November 17, 2006
Those of you on slow connections.. move along now, nothing to see here. And the folks who are peering at this through feedreaders wondering WTF all that blank space is all about, sorry, but you'll have to come to the blog to see these. Bloglines and such don't seem to show YouTube vids.
Still here? Righty-oh, then.
Where were we? Yes, we chanced to day upon a bunch of clips from what is probably our favourite TV show of all time, Whose Line Is It Anyway. The original Brit version, we hasten to add, with Clive Anderson hosting, which was far superior, IOHO, to the American adapt with Drew Carey. If you have only seen the US version, you will find some familiar faces here—Greg Proups, Colin Mockery, Ryan Styles—but you'll also see Josie Lawrence, Tony Slattery, John Sessions, Mike McShane, Jim Sweeny, Steve Steen.
All of these, by the way, are from one YouTube user, Betise, who I have bookmarked, because s/he has, wait for it, 163 clips uploaded. And it looks like we're not gonna get any work done for a bit.
Right then, here we go. A special edition of this blog, featuring wall to wall Whose Line Is It Anyway. Got your popcorn?
The last playing of Authors (season 5, episode 7). One of the games that the US producers dropped. Probably, wethinks, because they imagined the American viewer doesn't read.
Jim, Steve, Tony and Mike doing Scenes From A Hat (season 5, episode 7).
"The World's Worst" Step. Jim, Steve , Tony and Mike giving examples of the worst Hamlet auditions. (season 5, episode 7).
Scene to music - WL UK s5e1
Bartender. Another game the US dropped.
Gospel. Ditto. Or rather, replaced by Hoedown, which wasn't bad, but got monotonous.
Josie, Tony, Mark and Mike do an American musical
Film and Theatre Styles
"Things that went wrong" Heh.
Right. Now you go read our blogroll in the style of .. a Jhalak Dikhla Ja quarter finalist.
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