It is a relief from the millions of episodes of Room Raiders and other redundant entertainment. I laugh so hard when I see any episode of this series. All in all, this show is something I look forward to every week. I love love love the show, and the actors and the guest stars. The person who commented before me is obviously racist because all the shows he named are black shows and very entertaining to African Americans.
I absolutely love this show. At the end there is always a musical performer, and all of them are great in my opinion. The crowd just kept on going wooo. I also feel that Nick Canon is the perfect host for this show. The guest stars are what make the show. Basically, if you like jokes, music, making fun of celebrities, and have a laugh-and-point sense of humor, then you will love this show.
Competing Improv is a great way to bring out the best in the cast as well as the guest stars--Wild and Out had a great Season 2. Andy Milinaukus sp , Fat Joe, Wayne Brady, Mike Jones, have all been guests on the show. The white contestants constantly get picked on for being white, yet they cannot do it back to the black participants. . Everyone does not have to get it but that also does not make it a bad show. I tried to like this show but I the improv is not very good. The games that are played on the show are always funny and they're rotated so none of them become stale.
There are two teams, the Red Squad and the Black Squad, each with five players. But its not there fault they cant rap. I'm not really sure what was going on, the audience kept on going wooo, which seems to amount to laughter now-a-days. More from Wild 'N Out! The regular cast members are too funny. The stakes are high as teams face off in a series of visceral, hip-hop-edged comedy showdowns, all culminating in a rap battle for the championship belt.
Look forward to Season 3. Wild 'N Out Twitter: Wild 'N Out Instagram: Wild 'N Out Facebook:. Nick belongs lumped in with House of Payne, Katt Williams, and Hell Date - ignorant shows with zero humor value. Also, as is to be expected, there is occasionally a joke that misses. I think bringing in celebrities and letting them go toe to toe verbally is brilliant. It's a good concept, sort of like whos line is it anyway, but aimed at 18year olds.
This show is very unfunny I have never cracked even the slightest smile while watching this show. Wild and Out has a chance to become the Saturday Night Live of this generation --Afion, Nyiema and Cameron look like potential large stars on their own. A-List celebrities, as each leads their own team of improv comedians in an attempt to come out on top in a variety of ridiculous comic throw downs. That show is very entertaining. Nick Cannon is turning out to be quite a force in Hollywood--The show's structure makes sure everyone leaves wanting more and the reruns are good for catching up and better appreciating the cast. I do not care that these people are famous they do not do improv well. The cast is free to make jokes about anyone for anything, which leads to probably one of the funniest parts of the show.
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. I on the other hand get it, a lot! And also their version of 8 Mile freestyle is very fun to watch as they add jokes to their rhymes. All of the reality shows that are saturating television is getting a bit ridiculous, and quality shows like Wild 'N Out are a breath of fresh air. And all the other guys on it are really funny too. Also, it puts a little kick into it when I watch it, you never know which one there going to do, so that makes it that much better.
Well I hope the debaters got the help they needed. Go back to Nickelodeon and All that cause your humor is only funny to 8-year-old children with no grasp of real comedy. Nick Cannon Presents: Wild N' Out. Nick Cannon is not funny and doesn't deserve the title of comedian and neither does anyone else on this show. Nick Cannon Presents: Wild 'N Out delivers lightning-fast improv and head-to-head battles, helmed by the master of ceremonies, Nick Cannon.