Hello and welcome to another brilliant, funny, exciting, oh no, it's Whose Line Is It Anyway? featuring tonight:

  • The thinking woman's beefcake, the wonderful Stephen Frost
  • Then the thinking woman's blind date, the fantastic Greg Proops
  • Then the blind woman's hot date, the incredible Colin Mochrie
  • Finally, Wonder Woman's idea of a seedless date, Ryan Stiles

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theatre Styles
    • Performers: Ryan and Colin
      • Scene: A nude model and sculptor
      • Styles: Slapstick, James Bond, Star Trek, The Fog
    • Performers: Stephen and Greg
      • Scene: Sharing a prison cell
      • Styles: Godzilla, Shakespeare, Wallace & Gromit, Romantic love story
  • Sound Effects
    • Performers: Ryan (sounds) and Colin (acting)
    • Scene: A passionate date in a drive-in burger bar
  • Mission: Impossible
    • Agents: Ryan, Colin, and Stephen
    • Voice on tape: Greg
    • Mission: Dressing themselves
  • Home Shopping
    • Performers: Ryan and Colin
    • Items: Yesterday's newspaper, A cup with a hole in it, and John Major
  • Film Dub
    • Performers: Ryan, Greg, and Stephen  
    • Scene: Moving Ryan's desk
    • Film: D.O.A. (1950)
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Greg
      • Stephen - Nice cop / nasty cop
      • Colin - In a haemorrhoid advert
      • Ryan - Agent at a Hollywood party
  • Moving People
    • Performers: Colin and Ryan
    • Movers from the audience: Daniela and Liam
    • Scene: A spy ski chase


  • Stephen Frost and Greg Proops


  • Winners read the credits in the style of two tabloid headline writers or editors


  • "Film and Theatre Styles" references the show, Star Trek.


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