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Green Screen Show 

A team of comedic improvisers (mostly "Whose Line" alums) headed by Drew Carey perform on a green screen set, and their antics are now fleshed out with amusing animation.
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Cast

Series cast summary:
Drew Carey ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Colin Mochrie ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Brad Sherwood ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Greg Proops ...  Himself 3 episodes, 2004
Charles Esten ...  Himself 2 episodes, 2004
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A team of comedic improvisers (mostly "Whose Line" alums) headed by Drew Carey perform on a green screen set, and their antics are now fleshed out with amusing animation.

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USA

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English

Release Date:

7 October 2004 (USA) See more »

Also Known As:

Drew Carey's Green Screen Show See more »

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Trivia

A taping with Ryan Stiles was recorded but, as of November 2005, it remains unaired. See more »

Quotes

[Styles; Topic: "Underwear"]
Jeff Bryan Davis: What are you doing in my room?
Chip Esten: What are you doing in my underwear?
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Connections

Spun-off from Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998) See more »

Soundtracks

La Trampa
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Performed by Tonino Carotone and Manu Chao
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Unique, but shaky
17 October 2004 | by krp614See all my reviews

Being a huge fan of Whose Line is it Anyway (both the British and American versions), I kept counting down the days until Drew Carey's Green Screen show had its debut. When it finally was showed, I was a little disappointed with the comedy - there were many boring parts. However, the technical aspects were amazing! I absolutely loved the animation. It really looked good, especially the 3D graphics in "Zeppelin".

Something I didn't like was the way they laid out the commercial time. There would be one game, then a commercial, then a game, then a commercial and so on. The total time of the pilot episode turned out to be 20 minutes (as compared to other 30 minute shows which run around 23 minutes).

I was hoping that the second episode would show some other games that worked, but it only showed the same games, some working and some not working.

The third episode will air next Thursday, and I am going to try my best to enjoy it fully. I think that after the first season, if the show gets picked up again, they are going to have to work out the kinks. Hey - even "Whose Line" had it's bad points, and I am hoping that the Green Screen Show will fix its problems and get better.

As of now, the show is okay, but it has the potential to be so much better.

-Ken


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