I enjoyed it immensely. I know I was laughing more than my fair show through both episodes. Aisha is a wonderful host, her laugh is infectious, and the regulars are every bit as funny now as they always have been. Colin and Ryan are definitely starting to show their physical age, but there's nothing wrong with that. And Wayne Brady... well, I don't get the criticism he's getting. If anything, he's simply shed the "whitest black guy ever" image and embraced himself for who he is. That skit on the Chapelle Show went a long way to helping with that, too. The one criticism I agree with is the "random celebrity" bit. While seeing Lauren Cohen being used as a toboggan made me happy in my pants, it really did detract from the fourth improviser. Especially the episode with the guy from Glee who was trying too hard to contribute rather than just being the prop he was intended to be. Just awkward and uncomfortable. I much preferred it when they pulled someone from the audience whenever they needed another participant. I guess they were trying to recreate the awesomeness of Robin Williams' appearance a while back, but that's just not going to happen with it being a regular thing. Or not having someone like Robin Williams doing it.