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    21 Super Short And Hilarious Jokes From "Whose Line Is It Anyway?" That Will Be Funny For A Million Years

    So many little songs.

    The "Scenes From a Hat" segment on the classic shortform improv show Whose Line Is It Anyway? involves the audience writing down suggestions for short scenes for the cast to create. Here are 21 of the game's best moments.


    Carey says, "Professions where breaking into song is discouraged," and Mochrie puts his hands up in front of him perpendicular to the ground and sings, "I'm a mime"
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    Carey says, "The wrong thing to say to a heartbroken friend," and Brady says, "Dude, calm down, it's OK. She doesn't kiss that well"
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    Carey says, "Things you shouldn't do when confronted by a street gang," and Mochrie says, "Do you know how many eggs go in a really good banana bread recipe"
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    Carey says, "Odd things for a lounge singer to sing about," and Stiles sings, "I passed a stone today"
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    Carey says, "Rejected 'Jeopardy' categories," and Mochrie says, "I'll take animal genitalia audio clues"
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    Carey says, "People you wish would just shut up," and Brady says, "People you wish would just shut up"
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    Carey says, "The worst soap opera cliffhanger lines leading into a commercial," and Mochrie dramatically says, "99, here I come"
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    Carey says, "Rejected theme songs from the movie 'Titanic,''' and Mochrie cheerfully sings, "Corpses bobbing in the sea"
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    Carey says, "Bad things to see written in the sky," and Stiles looks up and says, "My engine just went out"
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    Carey says, "The good news and the bad news," and Mochrie says to Brady, "You're in a very funny show. It's against 'Friends'"
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    Carey says, "Things you've always wanted to say to the audience at home," and Mochrie says, "They're all wearing toupées"
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    Carey says, "Posts you'll never see on a church bulletin board," and Brady says, "He has come and gone, aww"
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    Carey says, "US cities that will never have a song written about them," and Stiles sings, "We call it Butte not Butt, Montana"
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    Carey says, "Lines you wouldn't hear in a Western," and Mochrie says, "Oh, this town's big enough for the two of us"
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    Carey says, "Anecdotes dogs would tell if they appeared on talk shows," and Stiles says, "So, I'm chasing what I think is another dog's tail"
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    Carey says, "Unlikely subjects to be the basis for a musical," and Mochrie sings, "How does food become poo? I'll tell you," and then he dances
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    Carey says, "Strange welcome greetings on signs as you enter into different US states," and Stiles mimes driving and says, "Welcome to Hawaii. How'd you get here in a car"
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    Carey says, "Rejected gift ideas that the wise men considered," and Brady says, "The young messiah will derive hours of entertainment from this: the singing bass," then he makes the bass with his hands
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    Carey says, "Things you can say to your dog, but not your girlfriend," and Mochrie says, "Come"
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    Carey says, "Things to say that will always start a fight," and Stiles asks, "Guys wanna fight"
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    Carey says, "What's really going through George W. Bush's mind during cabinet meetings," and Mochrie says, "There isn't even a cabinet in here"
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