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Miguel A. Núñez Jr.
This TV show is hilarious. The regular cast members are too funny. The guest stars are what make the show. Andy Milinaukus(sp), Fat Joe, Wayne Brady, Mike Jones, have all been guests on the show. I absolutely love this show. They make fun of people, but its all in good fun. They go into the audience and find people that look like famous people, they go into the audience and get members, to go up on stage like at a fashion show, and the teams make fun of the outfits that they are wearing. They sit in a fake car seat and have to try and guess who their famous passengers are, by what they say and act like. I would recommend this show to people who liked "Who's line is it anyway". This is improv at its finest. I laugh so hard when I see any episode of this series. I love love love the show, and the actors and the guest stars.
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