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At the end of each game, Drew would begrudgingly award points (usually 1,000), for in actuality, the points have nothing to do with the show; in fact, Drew would always say at the beginning, "The show where everything's made up & the points don't matter." Not only that, Drew would sometimes not award any points at all.
At the end of each show, Drew would pick a winner/winners, and the winner(s) would get to act out with Drew, with one of the losers sitting at Drew's desk (sometimes, the winner would sit in Drew's desk leaving (some of) the losers to act out a scene with Drew).
The outline of the show has almost not been touched even when the commercials come on are almost the same, which to me is great.
The titular character Tori Vega (Victoria Justice), Andre Harris (Leon Thomas III), Cat Valentine (Ariana Grande), Beck Oliver (Avan Jogia) and Jade West (Liz Gillies) were the performers for this game.
Tori used the game to take out her revenge on school bully Jade West for pouring coffee on her head after catching Tori trying to rub the coffee out of Jade's boyfriend Beck's shirt after accidentally spilling it on him. Mad TV did a spoof of Whose Line entitled, "Whose Idea Was This Anyway?
Version: United States (Also LOVED Drew Carey's Improv-a-ganza, Jeff Davis was amazing on that) Cast Member: Can't choose one. But my favorite guest was Brad Sherwood Game: Scenes from a Hat, World's Worst, Three-Headed Broadway Star Version: United States (Also LOVED Drew Carey's Improv-a-ganza, Jeff Davis was amazing on that) Cast Member: Can't choose one.
This game is not done very often, and when it is done, it is relatively short.