I am a massive improv snob. I worked with improvisers (as a teacher/judge, not as a performer, heaven forfend) both at the university and pro levels for 6 or so years and have snobberied myself to the point where I get anxiety attacks going to shows unless someone I know and trust is appearing in them (happened once in the last 10 years, everyone else sucked).

But Whose Line Is It Anyway is really fun, so I'm curious to see if Mr. Random Segue can hang.