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Gregory, Your face. 


Comedian Greg Proops and his confidante Kittens McTavish record The Smartest Man In The World at The Comedy Bar. August 29th, 2014. Toronto, Canada. Photos by me. 

Greg / Krissy 

Track: FRINGE: Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops, Stephen Frost from Whose Line Is It Anyway chat to KINGDOM FM



The Full Interview with legends of Whose Line Is It Anyway - Colin Mochrie, Greg Proops and Stephen Frost.

They chat to Vanessa Motion about their Fringe Show ‘What’s The Title Matter Anyway’ with Clive Anderson and Josie Lawrence.

I linked it on the post with the pictures but I decided it’s too funny and needs its own post so there you go. :D

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Do not buy the ever-present fucking overwhelming, overarching overriding insistence in the country in the media of every form that because you’re a Christian you are morally superior to me. It’s nonsense, it doesn’t make any sense, and it’s disproven each and every day when you see the actions of these ‘Christians’.

- Greg Proops (via rippergiles)


"Every woman in the world has to be courageous, because they face the possibility of being paid less than men, being treated shittier than men, and being sexually harassed every goddam day of their goddam lives. And if men in this room aren’t down with that, you’re fucking diluted. ‘But what about men’s rights?’ Fuck you! Fuck your crappy men’s rights. Men have all the rights."
- Greg Proops (Smartest man in the world)

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The CW will keep bringing the funny with its hit improvisational comedy series WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY?, ordering an additional 24 all-new, half-hour episodes to debut in 2015, it was announced today by Mark Pedowitz, President, The CW.  A premiere date and time for the new cycle of episodes will be announced at a later date.

The CW’s WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? features Ryan Stiles, Wayne Brady and Colin Mochrie, who along with a special guest each episode, must put their comedic skills to the test through a series of spontaneous improv games.  Prompted only by random ideas supplied by the studio audience and host Aisha Tyler, our four performers must use the little information they have and their wild imaginations to depict different characters and an array of scenes, as well as perform songs.  After each round of improvisation, Aisha doles out points to our four performers and declares a winner at the end of every episode.

Guest stars who have dropped by to demonstrate their improv comedy skills have included Lauren Cohan (“The Walking Dead”), Misha Collins (“Supernatural”), Michael Weatherly (“NCIS”), NFL superstar Rob Gronkowski, Olympic gold medalist and commentator Tara Lipinski, Kevin McHale (“Glee”), Darren Criss (“Glee”), Olympic gold medalist and WNBA superstar Lisa Leslie and Kat Graham (“The Vampire Diaries”).

Based on the wildly successful U.K. format, which also spawned a previous incarnation in the US that ran for eight seasons on ABC, WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? is executive produced by Dan Patterson, Mark Leveson, Jimmy Mulville, Ryan Stiles and Wayne Brady.  Co-created by Dan Patterson and Mark Leveson, WHOSE LINE IS IT ANYWAY? is from Angst Productions and Hat Trick Productions.


"The day that you make obtaining a gun as difficult as it is for a woman to obtain an abortion, then I’ll believe there’s some equity in this fucking world."

— Greg Proops, from The Smartest Man In The World Podcast Episode ‘Bread’ 23 June 2014 (x)


Picture taken from this site - Oh and it’s a great interview as well :)


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The things you promise yourself you’re going to do, you ought to do. And I don’t meant this in a glib, middle-class, bourgeois fucking way that you often see aphorisms on Facebook and on posters. For instance, my wife and I recently saw a poster that said, ‘if you don’t like your job, quit it.’ And it’s like, only a rich asshole would say that. If you don’t like your job, it might be because you’re stuck in that fucking job. So I never give that fucking free-floating, hippie bullshit, if you’ll pardon the expression, even though I’m down with hippie philosophy. I just mean it’s easy to say to people, ‘do what you want.’ People CAN’T do what they want. They’re constricted by the economics of their situation, the personal relationships of their situation; whatever it may be that’s led them to the situation they’re in, there’s often a million parameters around them that keep them from doing it. Having said that, the two things you can work on in your life are: the management of time, and yourself. And what I would say to myself is: stop being a dickwad, and getting high all the fucking time, and knuckle down and write that fucking thing you were supposed to fucking write, and don’t waste time. Time goes so fast. […] It’ll be eighteen years from now before you fucking know it. And I’ll be dead, but you guys need to do what you’re gonna do. Because of the age you guys are, you think time lasts forever and goes slow. Time goes fucking fast. You look at your mum and dad and you go, ‘I’ll never be your fucking age, and I’ll never think what you think.’ And then the next thing you know, you’re in a Ford Fiesta with a baby seat in the back, and barf everywhere, and Burger King wrappers, listening to Sade. […] It goes faster than you can possibly imagine. Don’t waste a minute of it. […] Time goes real fast, so get in everything you can. If you have the opportunity to travel, travel. If you have the opportunity to meet a lot of people, meet a lot of people. If you have the opportunity to learn a language, learn a fucking language. If you don’t play an instrument, learn to play an instrument. That’s all I’m saying. These are things you can do on your own, without economic pressures all around you and shit like that. That’s the advice I would give myself. […] Here’s the trick to what I just said: there’s no learning faster than you’re going to learn. And in the end, it’s all about learning. Every day I’m like, ‘why did I not fucking think of that? I’m so old!’

- Greg Proops, when asked what advice he would give himself eighteen years ago. “Burrs,” 27 May 2014, The Smartest Man in the World (x)

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