Welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation show which makes Neighbours look well-prepared, and Teletubbies look like the jewel in the crown, featuring tonight:

  • The return of the distinguished Royal Shakespearean actress, Comedy Store Player, and the man on the street's favourite improviser, Josie Lawrence
  • The surprise return of actor, novelist, playwright, intellectual, and most famous visitor to Belgium since Adolf Hitler, Stephen Fry
  • Then the not particularly surprised return of the most famous Canadian to visit this country since Leonard Cohen's last tour, Colin Mochrie
  • Finally, the constantly surprising combination of skills, talents, and spare parts that make up Ryan Stiles

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theatre Styles
    • Performers: Stephen and Josie
    • Scene: Josie's hijacking a plane and Stephen is the pilot
    • Styles: Prisoner: Cell Block H, Bill & Ben, World War II movie, American soap opera
  • Sound Effects
    • Performers: Colin (acting) and Ryan (sounds)
    • Scene: Looking for thrills at the fairground
  • Number of Words
    • Scene: Reenacting the Romeo and Juliet story
      • Ryan - Romeo - 3 words
      • Josie - Juliet - 4 words
      • Stephen - Juliet's disapproving father - 6 words
      • Colin - Stephen's wife, Lady Capulet - 2 words
  • Let's Make a Date
    • Bachelorette: Josie
      • Stephen - Trendy vicar
      • Colin - Hates everything English
      • Ryan - Is eating a tremendously hot curry
  • Newsflash
    • News anchors: Josie and Ryan
    • Field reporter: Stephen
    • On the green screen: Konga (1961)


  • Stephen Fry


  • Winner reads the credits in the style somebody who's reporting on the opening night of an opera, and all the others will be the opera stars arriving just as things seem to be going wrong


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