Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? in America, where the comedy is made up before your very eyes, until you can't believe your ears, or until it gets completely on your nerves, featuring tonight:

  • San Francisco's answer to Gerald Ford, Greg Proops
  • Then Chicago's answer to Greg Proops, Ron West
  • Then LA's answer to "Hey, who's that tall guy over there?" Ryan Stiles
  • Finally, LA Law's answer to childcare problems, Brad Sherwood

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Emotion Options
    • Performers: Ryan and Brad
    • Scene: Two guys on a production line
    • Emotions: Paranoia, Nostalgia, Angst, Ecstasy
  • Film and Theater Styles
    • Performers: Greg and Ron
    • Scene: Greg is under siege because he is a kidnapper inside the house with his victim, Ron is the policeman outside with a megaphone trying to draw him out
    • Styles: Burlesque, Soviet realism, Spaghetti western, Japanese horror
  • Scenes from a Hat
    • A convention of bodyguards
    • Short-lived children's board games
    • Strange good luck charms
    • The Sting
    • Sports that will never make the Olympics
    • The big lie
    • Early experiments with gunpowder
    • When pickpockets meet
  • Whose Line?
    • Performers: Ryan and Brad
    • Scene: Being stopped by a cop
    • Lines:
      • "Always keep a jellyfish in your handbag."
      • "Send for the King and a plate of spaghetti!"
      • "Grab me, big boy, and kiss me like there's no tomorrow."
      • "My god, we're caught in quicksand!"
  • Helping Hands
    • Performers: Brad, and Ryan with Greg's hands
    • Scene: Brad has come to find out how to ice or decorate a cake
  • Superheroes
    • Greg - Soap Man
    • Ryan - Tight Underwear Man
    • Ron - Ripped Off in the Divorce Settlement Man
    • Brad - Overreaction Man
    • Crisis: Airplane going down
  • New Job, Old Job
    • Performers: Greg and Brad, with Ryan
    • Scene: A dentist and patient, joined by another dentist
    • Old job: Ryan used to be a car mechanic


  • Greg Proops and Ryan Stiles


  • Winners read the credits together as two bickering brothers


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