You make big, bold moves, and you don't apologize for any of them! And you don't usually have to. You have a ton of silly ideas, and your teammates love jumping on board with them. Your characters stand out in any scene they're in, whether you're playing high status or low status. If you want to expand your improv skills a bit, you might want to try staying on the backline until you find something specific to add to a scene, justifying your scene partners' ideas, and tracking the small details of the show.
You play smart! No detail of a scene escapes your steel trap of a mind, and you're usually the first person to realize the game or pattern of a scene. If one of your teammates says something off the wall, you can justify it with little to no effort. If you want to expand your improv skills a bit, you might want to try entering a scene with your own big ideas, leaving the justification to something else, and starting a scene with absolutely no idea where it might go next.
You're exactly what a scene needs, whenever it needs it! No one can do a walk-on like you, and your commitment to your characters and the game of a scene is unmatched. If you want to expand your improv skills a bit, you might want to try doubling down on recognizing game and playing around with your character range. You might have a million tools in your improv toolbelt, but they're probably all worth sharpening every now and then!