Kevin McHale really was good when they let him talk.
That sideways game is something they got from another show that some of the cast members were on.
The girl from the series with vampires or whatever was really cute. They couldn't get past the fact she kicked Wayne. These improv routines can be dangerous.
I'm glad Laura Hall let her hair grow.
This show is still as fun as it was. I hope Greg Proops and Brad Sherwood make appearances. I was really disappointed that the new host kept saying "The points don't matter" and gave out points. I was hoping we were past that. I saw Drew earlier this week when I was eating lunch.
Edit: Earlier today I was looking at the TV listings and it's on tonight if you missed it.
I thought it was this site, but my Internet just went out. I saw only two lights on the modem. Then I saw the third light blinking and now it's on. I don't know what's going on because I don't hear thunder, but that's a normal situation when I do.
I assumed that was Drew's idea. I couldn't stand him. I tolerate him on "The Price Is Right". I only see it in two places where I eat lunch. I don't go either place that often.
I had some signal trouble during a storm last night, which reminded me. For some reason during the first part of the first episode last Tuesday, the video and audio kept freezing and I may have missed some details. After the first commercial break, the problem had been fixed. Now I have no way of knowing whose problem it was.
The type of interference, unlike last night's, was the type I have with an antenna. Supposedly the cable company gets the signal the same way I would except they have better receiving equipment. But the problem was over after the first commercial.
Now last night, I was having buzzing and stuff, like I used to have with analog TV.
I can't get away from Wade! Can't they keep him on his idiotic show so people don't have to be subjected to him?
There were of course two episodes but my TiVo deleted it. I thought I was doing a good enough job keeping up. They'd better repeat that one.
It also neglected to record "Glee", but I'm fairly sure I saw that one based on the episode summary. I remember getting the message when I tried to add the season pass that it wouldn't record because two shows were being recorded at the same time. I had been adding to "Big Bang Theory" just in case so it wouldn't cut off the end, but if I record the show that follows that then that will no longer be a problem.
I HAD a season pass for "Glee" but only as long as it was on what is now my CW affiliate. My former CW affiliate is now my Fox affiliate.
Post by AntiArbitrator on Aug 20, 2013 20:53:14 GMT -5
Tonight's episode was hilarious. I have become a big fan of the “What’s in the bag?” improvs. They stuck an emery board in Wayne Brady’s mouth and he was worried about what that was. They are so funny.
Inappropriate things to say at a funeral:
Is he going to keep that suit? Are those all of the hors d’oeuvres? Well…he had that coming!
I was having dinner while watching the taco-making improv. My stomach got queasy watching that.
I know Keegan because he is a successful commedian with his own show.
Ryan was on "Two and a Half Men" and he did something really naughty.
Ashton Kutcher's character did something that could have permanently damaged his manhood and he needed a doctor to fix it. Alan volunteered and Ashton yelled, "A REAL doctor!" It's not just that chiropractic isn't respected (though he gets that too) but he went to a school in Mexico or somewhere and can't afford to live on his own.
Ryan stuck his hand down Ashton's pants. The maid walked in. Previously she had caught Alan and Ashton, doing yoga, looking like they were about to ... you know. Alan seems gay but is not.
Ryan, by the way, is a pediatrician. This sin't exactly something he encounters every day.