Good evening everybody, and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? On tonight's show:

and I'm your host, Drew Carey. Come on down, let's have some fun.

(Introduction reused from Episode 4-05)

The Points

  • Don't matter, like...
    • The Border Patrol


  • Weird Newscasters
    • Anchor: Colin as "Woodrow Butdonthaveapaddle"
    • Co-anchor: Chip as "Zinc Lightly" - Used car salesman who'll sell anything
    • Sports: Wayne - Michael Jackson at 100 determined to show he's still got it
    • Weather: Ryan as "Spunky" - Back to the Future scientist desperate to power up his time-traveling Delorean
  • Title Sequence
    • Actors: Ryan and Colin
    • Singers: Wayne and Chip
    • Musicians: Laura and Linda
    • Sitcom: Mel Gibson and the Wrestler
  • Scenes from a Hat
    • The winning entries in the Hillbilly Poetry Competition
    • The right way and the wrong way
    • What you would choose to do if you knew a huge meteor was about to hit the Earth
    • Bad things to see written in the sky
    • Things they never write songs about
    • Weird things to get turned on by
  • Greatest Hits
    • Singers: Wayne and Chip
    • Pitchmen: Ryan and Colin
    • Musicians: Laura and Linda
    • Album: Songs of the Firefighter
    • Songs:
      • The Osmonds - "Carry Your Head on My Shoulder"
      • Country boogie - "Oops, We Hit the Dog"


  • Chip Esten
    • The rest get to do their favorite game in the world, "Hoedown"


  • Chip reads the credits as a game show announcer reading a prize list


  • During the "Title Sequence" game, Chip got confused and sang "Mel Gibson and the Professor" instead of "Mel Gibson and the Wrestler." This became a running gag. In response, Drew gave Chip "1000 points to the tenth power."
  • Ryan's stanza of "Hoedown" wasn't aired in the US [though he is seen dancing with the others, and they all customarily sing Ryan's last refrain at the end, though it is muffled] International cuts have aired Ryan's verse.


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