Hello and welcome to this very special edition of Whose Line Is It Anyway? In fact, we're showing you the pilot or tryout version which was made some time ago. These tryouts are called pilots because they're always rather nervous affairs, they're often affected by a drink, but everyone does hope that they'll finally get off the ground. Most of the elements present in the final show are present in this experimental version, though you will notice, I hope, that I'm not introducing it all, instead it's introduced by my identical twin brother, who's looking very, very uncomfortable.

Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation program of the air. Now, in extemporizing their way through the games tonight we have with us:
  • Jon Glover, who has a hand in many of the voices heard on Spitting Image
  • Then we have Jimmy Mulville from the hard-hitting, strong-talking, late-night Who Dares Wins, and the more cuddly situation comedy That's Love
  • We also have Josie Lawrence, a regular cabaret improviser with the Comedy Store Players, and you may also have seen her on Friday Night Live
  • Last but not most we have the multi-talented actor, writer, and all-around show-off, John Sessions


  • Authors
    • John Glover - Daniel Defoe
    • Jimmy - Alexander Solzhenitsyn
    • Josie - Jackie Collins
    • John Sessions - T. S. Eliot
    • Title: A Visit to the Dentist
  • Genre Option
    • Performers: Jimmy and Josie
      • Scene: Starting a relationship Chat-up line
      • Styles: Western, Harold Pinter, Horror, Disney
    • Performers: John and John
      • Scene: An estate agent showing a client around a property
      • Styles: Restoration comedy, Fire brigade training film, Star Trek, Carry On film
  • Film Dub
    • Performers: John Glover and Jimmy
    • Film: The Phantom Empire (1935)
  • Song Styles
    • Singers: Josie, and John Sessions
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: A washing machine
    • Style: Country & western (Josie), and Musical (John)
  • Opera
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Brushing your teeth, Missing a train, and Having a barbecue


  • John Glover


  • "Genre Option" references the show, Star Trek.


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