Rachel Dratch Talks Improv Over Red Wine with Colbert

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Published on May 7, 2019

It was the worst one-word suggestion ‘Wine Country’ star Rachel Dratch ever received while performing improv.

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17 comments

  • Adrian Duran 7 months ago

    Praise Be!

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  • Read Robot 7 months ago

    Why does the background of the clip feel so cgi? Anyone else noticing that?!

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  • Bryce Cheng 7 months ago

    She’s such a Debbie Downer.

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  • Read Robot 7 months ago

    When I get a wine glass nowadays I swirl&scrape it Schlansky-style! Mmmmh mossy…

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  • Leon. 7 months ago

    Praise be, praise be.

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  • Hibiscus Jay 7 months ago

    I love Rachel Dratch. So under rated after her stint on SNL. “Debbie Downer “ is timeless and still hilarious today . Glad to see she’s teamed back with Amy .

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  • New Message 7 months ago

    This lady’s a riot on Twitter too.

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  • Lemonie Lala 7 months ago

    Wanda Jo! Praise be! 😍

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  • Ed Monix 7 months ago

    I remember this lady from the movie Click, she plays Adam Sandlers assistant lol

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  • New Message 7 months ago

    I know all I need to about wine. The stuff in the box keeps Mom from being angry all the time.

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  • Gie Diola 7 months ago

    Wanda Joe Oliver 😆😆😆😆😆

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  • Benjamin Maynard 7 months ago

    great interview . if i could say anything i would just say it was too short . more of this lady !

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  • DeeTruth TV 7 months ago

    Long live happy madison productions

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  • Double Entendre Infinite 7 months ago

    Am I the only one who can’t stop staring at her missing upper lip? 🤔

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  • Peege Clarke 7 months ago

    Nice legs !

    You too Rachel !

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  • inspodreams 7 months ago

    She will always be Spence’s girlfriend to me.

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  • Will Bricriu 7 months ago

    Anyone know what that song the band is singing is called, and the artist of it?

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