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Whose Line Is It Anyways - UK VersionHilarious
This video clip was getting posted to some sites last week, and it reminded me of how I used to watch the UK version of Whose Line all the time. And here's a great example of why - one of the comedians, Ryan Stiles, was playing a character in a sketch and ended up breaking a neon sign with his head during it. But he managed not to break character (after confirming he wasn't bleeding):

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    Posted by: dave on Jun 4th, 2007 | 02:11pm

    I'm not sure why you went out of your way to declare it the UK version, when it's clearly the American version.

    And yet you say that you used to watch the UK version all the time? Hmmmm...something doesn't add up.

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      Posted by: niraj on Jun 4th, 2007 | 02:20pm

      Ah, you're right...Drew Carey's in there. It's confusing because Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie were regulars on the UK version so I saw them in this clip and immediately thought of the UK version. They did eventually do more episodes in the US version, but I rarely watched that one and it came here after the UK one ended. In length of the series, the UK one is still slightly ahead (it had a 10-year run ending in 1998).

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