Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? in America for the funniest thing in transatlantic comedy since TWA last published their financial results. But improvising tonight we have:

  • First of all, the most talented person I've ever met called John Sessions, John Sessions
  • Joining him from Los Angeles, the crazy world and crazy red buttons of Archie Hahn
  • Also from Los Angeles, LA must be empty tonight, we welcome Ryan Stiles
  • Finally, actor, singer, poet, and performer, rolled into one and a half, Mike McShane

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: John and Archie
      • Scene: Archie's trying to join the Merry Men and John is Robin Hood
      • Style: Shakespeare, Slapstick, Dog film, Martial arts
    • Performers: Mike and Ryan
      • Scene: One is broken down in his car and the other is passing by and offering to help
      • Style: Horror, Cartoon, Ballet
  • Song Styles
    • Singer: Mike
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Suitcase
    • Style: Torch song
  • Sound Effects
    • Performers: Ryan (acting) and Archie (sounds)
    • Scene: Travelling on the train
  • Audition
    • Director: Ryan
    • Musician: Richard
    • Title: Dead Greasy Godfather Society
  • Helping Hands
    • Performers: Mike, and Ryan with Archie's hands
    • Scene: Ryan is a customer making a complaint to the waiter, Mike
  • Film Dubbing
    • Performers: Ryan and Archie
    • Scene: Waking up somewhere strange
    • Film: High Powered (1945)
  • Gospel
    • Musician: Richard
    • About: Milkman


  • John Sessions


  • Winner reads the credits in the style of Phil Silvers or Bilko


  • First playing of "Audition"


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