Throwback Thursday: Richard Simmons Gets Inappropriate on Whose Line Is It Anyway?
BY Jami Smith
March 13 2014 2:27 PM ET
The most amazing moment (just ask the internet) from the popular ABC improvisation show, Whose Line Is It Anyway? happened in 2003 when human whirlwind Richard Simmons appeared as a guest.
Simmons was invited to play a game called "Living Scenery" where he had to pretend to be various props for seasoned improv comedians, Ryan Stiles and Colin Mochrie.
What starts as good, clean, family fun, quickly devolves into overtly sexual comedy.
Host Drew Carey could barely keep his composure watching the bawdy scene unfold.
If ABC Family saw fit to rebroadcast this on network television, you're probably safe watching this clip at work:
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