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Improv veterans Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie return for a new take on the comedy series with host, Aisha Tyler. Each episode, a special guest star joins the comics as they tackle a series of spontaneous improvised sketches, with only a few random ideas from the studio audience and their host. With little information and a lot of imagination, the comics depict a variety of characters and scenes, and even perform songs. At the end of each round, Aisha awards points to each of the four performers and announces a winner at the end of every episode.

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Prompted by ideas from the audience, comics improvise sketches.
aired 10 days ago
Professional basketball player Matt Barnes; comic Gary Anthony Williams.
aired 15 days ago
Guest comic Keegan-Michael Key.
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Prompted by ideas from the audience, comics improvise sketches.
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Actress Gina Rodriguez; guest comic Jeff Davis.
aired 38 days ago
Guests Brian Shaw and Heather Anne Campbell.
aired 39 days ago
Actress Katie Cassidy and comic Brad Sherwood.
aired 40 days ago
Guest comics include Lea Thompson and Jonathan Mangum.
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Guest comics Tamera Mowry-Housley and Greg Proops.
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Guest comics Joey Fatone and Jeff Davis.
aired 44 days ago
Actress Rachel Bloom; guest comic Jeff Davis.
aired 44 days ago
Guest comics Cheryl Hines, Brad Sherwood and Jeff Davis.
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Prompted by ideas from the audience, comics improvise sketches.
aired 56 days ago
TV host Kathie Lee Gifford; guest comic Brad Sherwood.
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TV host Carson Kressley; guest comic Heather Anne Campbell.
aired 60 days ago
Guest comic Gary Anthony Williams; illusionists Penn and Teller.
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Guest comic Gary Anthony Williams.
aired 60 days ago
Actress Wendi McLendon-Covey; comic Jonathan Mangum.
aired 61 days ago
Retired mixed martial artist Randy Couture; guest comic Jonathan Mangum.
aired 61 days ago
Educator Bill Nye; comic Greg Proops.
aired 63 days ago
The cast is joined by guest comic Gary Anthony Williams in performing skits.

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