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25 Best Drew Carey Intros on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

The first American version of Whose Line Is It Anyway? was hosted by Drew Carey on ABC and ABC Family. The improvisational comedy sketches have entertained Americans and many others around the world from 1998 to 2007. We can all agree that this show was entertaining from the very first word to the last. Although the British version had some great intros, the American version with Drew Carey was undeniably hilarious. The opening of the show started something like this: “Welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway?, where everything is made up and the points don’t matter. The points

90s

10 Best Lines From "Whose Line Is It Anyway?"

This was arguably one of the only comedy shows from the late '90s to early '00s that required you to have a box of tissues handy to dab away all those tears of joy. If you're one to be easily offended, this show was probably not your favorite. BuzzFeedSee what I mean? Now that's not to say everything in this show was offensive, but anything can happen when many scenes are improvised. It wasn't just what they said that was funny, but how they said it. Here are 10 lines that will have you missing the first American version of

90s

10 Facts About "Home Alone 2" You Can Read While Eating A Large Cheese Pizza In A Limo

What Kevin McCallister lacks in luck, he makes up for in intelligence. Home Alone 2: Lost In New York was released on November 20th 1992, and people got really excited about it. We still love to get the hot chocolate out and watch this movie during the Christmas season. Here are 10 facts about the second movie installment that you can talk about the next time you watch this film with your family. 10. The Plaza’s real phone number is used in the movie.Everyone wanted to stay at The Plaza hotel after the movie came out, so they

Life

10 Books Our Teachers Forced Us To Read That We Ended Up Loving

You've probably been forced to read many books in your academic life, and I'm sure you huffed and puffed wanting to blow the school down, but once you finished some of these books, you were surprised by how good they were. Here's 10 books that you were forced to read, and you're happy your teachers made you! Macbeth by William ShakespeareEmazeAn interesting story with a noteworthy cautionary message. Confidence and perseverance are necessary to feel ambitious enough to reach your goal, but make sure it doesn't become hubris. Macbeth was so full of himself in his quest to become king,

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10 "Age Test" Combinations That Only People Over 20 Can Solve

I can guarantee that anyone who grew up in the '90s and early '00s can understand why these side-by-side images are linked together. Don't expect the answers, but you might find them in the comments. 10. This is like trying to fix the slinky your friend tangled up. Difficult, but not impossible. Premicom / Tombow USA9. This one taught me patience and perseverance. Pinimg / Echo News8. BILL, BILL, BILL, BILL. There's no one we rooted for more. Reddit / Wikipedia7. Was this supposed to be fun? You might as well spin someone around a thousand times, it'll produce the same effect. Vancity

80s

80s Movies That Taught Us Everything We Know About Life

Coming of age is not easy, but there were some movies that made it a little more bearable. It's also nice to know that Hollywood understood our anguish. Here are 8 movies from the '80s that taught us everything we needed to know as we transitioned from kids to young adults. The Outsiders (1983)S.E. Hinton's 1967 novel The Outsiders became an instant hit, which inspired the 1983 movie that had an all-star cast. We follow the life of young greaser Ponyboy Curtis, who struggles to do well in school and deal with an upper-class rival group. brokelynIf there's

Life

10 Anti-Drug PSAs From Your Childhood That You Talk About In Therapy

When former U.S. President Richard Nixon declared the war on drugs in the '70s, there were countless anti-drug PSAs that filled our television screens advising the youth to stay in school and to say no to drugs.During the '80s and '90s, hard drugs made their way into suburban neighborhoods and became a rampant issue in youth populations. All this fearmongering didn't stop everyone from saying yes to drugs, but it probably did scare the heck out of some people. When you look back now, you can't help but laugh at some of them. 10. Pee-wee Herman says crack

Pop Culture

Leonardo Di Caprio Can Probably Blame These Photos For His Long Oscar Drought

One of Hollywood's most beloved actors turns 43-years-old on Sunday, Nov. 11! Leonardo DiCaprio stole our hearts in his early adult years when he played lead roles in the epic romances Romeo + Juliet and Titanic. Although DiCaprio won his first Oscar for Best Actor for the 2015 film The Revenant last year, he's blown us away with many of his previous acting roles. He's not only loved for his impeccable acting skills, but also his passion for advocating for the environment. Baby Leo with his family. GlamourClick to the next page to see more rare or funny photos of Leonardo

80s

10 Games We Played As Kids That Probably Meant Our Teacher Was Hung Over

Before classrooms were littered with iPads and other fancy electronics, teachers resorted to old-fashioned indoor classroom games that wasted a lot of time. Anything was better than studying or completing worksheets, so we went along with it, but not all these games were as hype as teachers tried to make them. That being said, not all were that bad either. University HospitalsLet's be real though, the ones that were more competitive were the most fun. Here are 10 indoor games that will open the floodgates to some of your favorite, and maybe most-hated, childhood memories. Seven Up (Heads down, thumbs

90s

8 Songs From the Past That Today's Artists Just Can't Leave Alone

You might be disappointed to learn that some of your favorite pop tracks are sampled from '80s or '90s songs. This means that music producers took a portion of a song's lyrics, vocals, and/or melody to incorporate in a new track. You'd also be surprised to learn that a majority of pop music right now draws inspiration from other songs. First, take a listen to the track that's been sampled from and then see if you can guess the pop song. La Di Da Di by Doug E. Fresh & Slick Rick (1985)This song has been sampled a number