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Whose Line Video: Katie Cassidy Shows Off Her Dance Moves and Fighting Skills

It seems all those years of hitting bad guys on Arrow have rubbed off on Katie Cassidy.

During a visit to Whose Line Is It Anyway? this Wednesday (The CW, 9/8c), Cassidy reveals that if she wasn’t an actress, she’d be a fighter.

Cue Wayne Brady and Brad Sherwood breaking into an improvised song about the Arrow star’s “left and right cross” as Cassidy lobs a few punches at Brady in this exclusive video. Sample lyric: “Cute as a sparrow, but she broke all my bones and sucked out all the marrow.”

But the musical number isn’t all about violence. The “little fighting girl” also gets to display her dance moves during the sketch.

Cassidy — who is now a series regular across Arrow, The Flash and Legends of Tomorrow — will return in Arrow‘s Season 5 premiere to spill what Laurel told Oliver before her death.

Press PLAY above to watch the sneak peek, then hit the comments with your thoughts on the musical moment.

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27 Comments
  1. John says:

    Looks awesome!! can’t wait!

  2. Katie says:

    Is she actually a “series regular” on all those shows? Because I’ve heard she’s only going to be in a couple episodes of each. How does that work?

  3. What a cutie. Can’t wait for this episode.

  4. TFD77 says:

    Oh look, Katie Cassidy showing talent as a performer!
    Let’s hope the writers are paying attention & give her something decent when she returns to Arrow.
    Way more talented than she was allowed to show.
    Just look at how good she was on Supernatural.

  5. aaron says:

    Now if we could get some news on when KC is going to appear again in the Flarrowverse, that would be great. Hopefully it is more then just 2 episodes. I need at least 13.

  6. acurat says:

    I keep forgetting Whose LIne Is It Anyway is still on the air – now on the CW. I watched with Drew Carey hosting but it looks like even without him the show can be quite fun still.

  7. Robb Wo says:

    Couldn’t even get through the whole thing. Why is she dressed like someone’s grandpa? On a separate note – after years of begging, fans finally got to see her bumped off, don’t tease us by bringing her back!

    • João says:

      She looks great!
      And the fans arent happy she died, Olicity fans are, like you

      • Robb Wo says:

        No, not the Olicity fans. The Arrow fans. Every week we watched her get beat up, cry and/or louse up missions! Was pretty comical at first but got old. The writers finally gave in and cut her loose! But now she’s back, so…we’ll see what happens.

        • Laurel never once loused up a mission. Meanwhile, Felicity has let criminals escape with evidence and nuked a city and Oliver’a stupidity in protecting mass murderer Malcolm lead to the League coming to SC and murdering people until he joined them.

          You didn’t even try reality did you?

          • Thad Jones says:

            No, she never really stunk a mission. Probably because she was never really allowed to have an important role in any. LL/BC was basically ballast, put on the field just so whiny fans like you can shut up.

  8. Jess says:

    I love Katie!

  9. Daniela says:

    Yikes.

  10. kaliber says:

    That was painful to watch.
    .
    Them, not her.

  11. John Lee says:

    Carol, Carl, Carol, Carl.

  12. Maria says:

    Yeah so I better see a post about this happen to all the stars of the CW going on whose line. Getting this promotion should be the same across for all the stars.