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“Whose line is it anyway?”
Adeline Harper
Art teacher Todd Little recently watched “Whose line is it anyway?” The sketch comedy show brings four actors together to participate in impromptu hilarity.

Art teacher Todd Little recently watched the comedy show “Whose line is it anyway?” The show is about four actors coming together to act out songs, scenes and skits on the spot.

What did you enjoy about this show?

“It is outrageously funny,” Little said. “I think it requires a certain  intelligence to actually perform and do that.”

What motivated you to watch this show?

“I initially recognized some of the comedians on the show from other television shows,”  Little said.

What was the most memorable part of this show?

“They’ll do similar skits from show to show,” Little said. “They do where they show old movies and then the actors in place will put their own dialogue on it.”

How is this show different from others that you have watched?

“I don’t think you see impromptu comedy done,” Little said. “This is a live situation.”

What other shows similar to this one would you recommend?

“A live comedy might compare,” Little said

You can watch “Whose line is it anyway?” on Max, Amazon Prime, YouTube, and Pluto TV.

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About the Contributors
Eliah Richards, Staff Writer
Freshman 1st year on the prowler   I like reading and the outdoors. When someone asked me why I joined journalism my answer was, “Why not?”
Adeline Harper, Editor-in-Chief
Senior 3rd year with The Prowler   As Editor-in-Chief for this year, I am excited to be back on The Prowler. Outside of journalism, I enjoy listening to music, quilting, being outdoors, lifting weights, and researching new facts about my favorite subjects, which include music history, reptiles and amphibians, anatomy, and nature in general.

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