Hello and welcome to another compilation edition of Whose Line Is It Anyway? made up of bits and pieces of recordings which didn't make it into our regular programs. Some of the best bits are here so I hope you enjoy the program. Here we go.


  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Ryan and Sandi
      • Scene: A couple meeting on a blind date
      • Styles: Mel Brooks, Andy Warhol, Dog film, Shakespeare, Woody Allen
  • Duet
    • Singers: Mike and Josie
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Lemon squeezer
    • Style: Andrew Lloyd Webber
  • That'll Be Charlie Now
    • Charlie: Mike
    • Describers: Josie, Tony, and Paul
    • Characteristics:
      • Every time you say the word "train," he starts to run an aerobics class with us
      • Grinds up against people whose first names begin with "J"
      • Every time he speaks to somebody called Tony, he throws up into a galvanized bucket
      • He spouts forth in that sort of heroic style as if he's making a big speech
      • He tries to swallow his own foot
    • Scene: Waiting for a train
  • Interview
    • Interviewer: Tony
      • Style: A children's programme
      • Greg - Noah
  • Rap
    • Performers: Josie, Arthur, Sandi, and Mike
    • About: Dustman

Hello, welcome back. Now sometimes in the course of recordings, things go wrong, but normally we don't show those moments to spare the performers blushing, until now, that is. So before we resume the regular games, here are some bits that have gone wrong.

  • Mike messing up a "Rap"
  • An audience member mistaking Norfolk for a country
  • John messing up a "Rap"
  • Clive flubbing a line
  • Paul flubbing a delivery
  • Josie befuddled in a "Rap", so Clive improvises for her

  • Song Styles
    • Singer: Josie
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Ironing board
    • Style: Jazz
  • Film Dubbing
    • Performers: Paul and Tony
    • Scene: Somebody taking a driving test
    • Film: Stingray (1964)
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Paul
      • Archie - Lounge singer
      • Jonathan - Mad Highland dancer
      • John - A character from The Great Escape
  • Musical Producers
    • Producers: Tony and Paul
    • Singers: Mike and Josie
    • Musician: Richard
    • Topic: Hairdressing


  • In the blooper segment, Paul Rider is seen briefly, behind a rapping Mike McShane.
  • First playing of "Duet"


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