Good evening everybody and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? On tonight's show:
- Hey, it's that guy who sang at the Emmys, Wayne Brady
- Oh, that's that bald Canadian guy, Colin Mochrie
- Oh, ain't that the guy who plays Drew Carey's friend on The Drew Carey Show? Ryan Stiles
- Oh my God, it's Robin Williams
I'm your host, Drew Carey. Come on down, let's have some fun.
- Don't matter, just like...
- Blair Witch II
- Hollywood Director
- Director: Colin
- Scene: Ryan and Robin are two Italian chefs making pizzas when they notice unusually large rodents in the kitchen, Wayne enters later as the exterminator they've called to the scene
- Do it like hillbillies
- Do it like a Riverdance
- What I need is you filled with lust
- Singers: Robin and Wayne
- Musicians: Laura and Linda
- About: Jeremy, an air traffic controller
- Style: Gospel
- Party Quirks
- Host: Colin
- Wayne - Sitcom starring Richard Simmons, Charo, and Mr. T as roommates
- Robin - Horrified member of the fashion police rounding up citizens for crimes against fashion
- Ryan - Thinks people's butts are Magic 8-Balls
- Host: Colin
- Scenes from a Hat
- Unlikely superheroes
- World's worst subject for an interpretive dance
- If entertainers worked funerals
- Famous Hollywood roles as played by Carol Channing
- Things you don't expect to hear when you put your ear to a seashell
- Bad choices to make when your genie grants you three wishes
- Inappropriate anecdotes on a celebrity talk show
- What Robin Williams is thinking right now
- Colin Mochrie
- The rest get to play a game of "Props"
- Everybody reads the credits as everybody doing the Riverdance
- While Robin was normally a brunette, his hair is dyed blond in this episode due to his role in the film One-Hour Photo, which was in production at the time. According to Robin, he partook in this episode to relieve himself of the dark nature of the film's plot.
- In a promo on ABC for this episode, Robin wears a pair of rainbow suspenders in what is likely a game of Hats. The suspenders were his trademark in his early stand up comedy, and he wore them as Mork in Mork and Mindy.
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