05Oct2008

Top 13 “Whose Line is it Anyway” Moments: Number 4

Almost done with the clipdown!  Moment number four comes from a game of Greatest Hits.  It started as a showcase for the singers like Wayne Brady, but by a few seasons more attention went to the comedy bits of Colin Mochrie and Ryan Stiles, which is the best comedy duo of at least this decade, if not the ’90s as well.  It became sort of a challenge for Colin to get Ryan to crack up and break down into laughter.  Colin really couldn’t top what he did in this clip. Ryan had a share of memorable moments in this one too. His comment about the Osmond Brothers was priceless.

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3 responses to "Top 13 “Whose Line is it Anyway” Moments: Number 4"

  • Brad D. says:

    “Backstreet Boys” lol.

    Colin is hilarious.

  • steve says:

    I usually hate Greatest Hits, but this clip was amazing. Colin and Ryan are hilarious together, and Brad and Wayne really milked the last song. I’ve rarely heard an audience on this show react like they did at the end of this game. The crowd loved, I loved it, and the world was good for another thousand points.

    So then… three left? I’ve got my predictions for 2.5 of the remaining three (there’s an overlap between two ideas I have). I’ve decided to pull my vote for the Robin Williams episode, funny as it was, although I’ve still got one celeb appearance left in my list. Although I have this strange feeling I’ll be wrong on all three counts… This list has had so many great clips that I never recall seeing, and I don’t mind the surprise!

  • Taylor says:

    When I saw this was a “Greatest Hits” moments, I thought for sure it would be “TAPIOCA!”

    But like Steve said, I welcome the surprise!

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