Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? featuring this week:

  • From the Comedy Store Players, Josie Lawrence, the acceptable face of improvisation
  • Arthur Smith, with the face that's not as much lived in as squatted in
  • Also from the Comedy Store Players, Sandi Toksvig, with the face that's launched a thousand quips
  • Then we have Mike McShane with a face that's also launched a thousand quips, and also two or three chins

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Arthur and Josie Lawrence
      • Scene: One is interviewing the other for a job as a butler
      • Styles: Gangster movie, Pantomime
    • Performers: Sandi and Mike
      • Scene: A housewife coming home to find a plumber up to his knees in water
      • Styles: Feydeau farce, Sadomasochists, Rocky, James Bond film
  • Film Dubbing
    • Performers: Sandi and Arthur
    • Scene: Returning home from holiday
    • Film: Fireball XL5 (1962-63)
  • Song Styles
    • Singers: Mike and Josie
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Lemon squeezer
    • Styles: Heavy metal (Mike) and Folk song (Josie)
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Sandi
      • Arthur - Shady dealer (spiv)
      • Josie - Schoolgirl from a girls' comic
      • Mike - Possessed by the devil
  • Musical Producers
    • Producers: Sandi and Arthur
    • Singers: Mike and Josie
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Bricklaying


  • Arthur Smith


  • Winner reads the credits in the style of Sidney James


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