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Los Felilz, CA / We are the Los Angeles branch of Theatresports. A worldwide competitive improvisation league.
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During our grudge match with Dreamworks Animation the very first suggestion of the night gave us "The Submarine Marine"

During our grudge match with Dreamworks Animation the very first suggestion of the night gave us "The Submarine Marine"

Well... at last night's show this happened. In between a blues and pop song.

Well... at last night's show this happened. In between a blues and pop song.

The challenge to both teams was a cultural challenge.  One team performed a Masterpiece Theatre biography about the renaissance man that was "Anthony Wigglebottom"

The challenge to both teams was a cultural challenge. One team performed a Masterpiece Theatre biography about the renaissance man that was "Anthony Wigglebottom"

One audience member suggested paperweight.  Another suggested dragon.  Together, they became, "The Granite Dragon" a gritty Raymond Chandler styled novel set in 1940's Los Angeles.

One audience member suggested paperweight. Another suggested dragon. Together, they became, "The Granite Dragon" a gritty Raymond Chandler styled novel set in 1940's Los Angeles.

As much as I wanted to, I couldn't use the actual suggestion.  But instead, replaced the questionable word with BLANK and  I'll leave you to fill in what you want.

As much as I wanted to, I couldn't use the actual suggestion. But instead, replaced the questionable word with BLANK and I'll leave you to fill in what you want.

I think they meant a sleazy paperback that you buy at an airport, but this is what came out.

I think they meant a sleazy paperback that you buy at an airport, but this is what came out.

I don't know if this one needs an explanation.

I don't know if this one needs an explanation.

One lucky audience member is moving to Hawaii.  Why, because of the great new job she got.  Not kidding.

One lucky audience member is moving to Hawaii. Why, because of the great new job she got. Not kidding.

This is a mashup that happened when asking the audience for a film genre.

This is a mashup that happened when asking the audience for a film genre.

To be completely honest, I have no idea what the suggestion was.  But at some point someone on stage said this and it had to be the next T-shirt

To be completely honest, I have no idea what the suggestion was. But at some point someone on stage said this and it had to be the next T-shirt

When asking for an emotion we got both hungry and angry.

When asking for an emotion we got both hungry and angry.

This is the result of asking for an old time-y occupation.

This is the result of asking for an old time-y occupation.

The suggestion was rhino.  When it was repeated back to the audience it became rhinosaur and made several repeat appearances throughout the show.

The suggestion was rhino. When it was repeated back to the audience it became rhinosaur and made several repeat appearances throughout the show.

The suggestions was an action movie that ended in a rock opera. It started with a mine field in the bread isle at Ralph's.  When it switched to rock opera, the repeating refrain was "Fire in the hole".  Until the song became about love.

The suggestions was an action movie that ended in a rock opera. It started with a mine field in the bread isle at Ralph's. When it switched to rock opera, the repeating refrain was "Fire in the hole". Until the song became about love.

The suggestion was "Tragedy hits the gay community of West Hollywood".  Well it turned out... Tragedy was the name of a mime.

The suggestion was "Tragedy hits the gay community of West Hollywood". Well it turned out... Tragedy was the name of a mime.

This wasn't an actual suggested but an actual quote from a player while discussing notes after the show.  The suggestion was Jane Austen.

This wasn't an actual suggested but an actual quote from a player while discussing notes after the show. The suggestion was Jane Austen.