Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation show where our motto is "All for fun, and fun for all," and our four musketeers of comedy tonight:

  • An old friend of the show, the sharp suit and even sharper tongue of your friend and his, Greg Proops
  • Then a new friend of the show, transported from a bar stool in Cheers to a hard chair in cheerless England, George Wendt
  • Plus our regular dose of Canadian sunshine, the sophisticated barnyard impressions of Colin Mochrie
  • Finally, the actor, comedian, the man, the telegraph pole that is Ryan Stiles

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theatre Styles
    • Performers: Ryan and George
    • Scene: Ryan is a scientist and he's called his friend George 'round to help test his time machine
    • Styles: Oprah Winfrey, Sesame Street, Dubbed martial arts, Horror
  • Superheroes
    • Crisis: Lack of jelly babies
      • Greg - Super Teddy Bear
      • Ryan - Mr. Smooth
      • Colin - The Disco Kid
      • George - Talks Too Loud About His Personal Problems Man
  • Secret
    • Performers: Ryan and Colin
    • Scene: Geppetto and Pinocchio
    • Secret hidden: In the left nostril
  • Film Dub
    • Performers: Ryan, Greg, and Colin
    • Scene: A dangerous mission
  • Three of a Kind
    • Performers: Greg, Colin, and Ryan
    • Scene: In the launderette
    • Job: TV evangelists
  • Party Quirks
    • Host: Greg
      • George - Gone with the Wind in 30 seconds
      • Colin - Testing out rodeo horses of varying sizes
      • Ryan - A fly caught between two windows


  • George Wendt


  • Winner reads the credits in the style of somebody who's a big fan of this show and wants to watch it all the way to the end, and the others are flatmates who are trying to persuade him to do more and more exciting things other than doing that


  • In "World's Worst", Greg accuses his flatmate of borrowing his Star Trek uniform.
  • George's section of the "Hoedown" is reused in UK Episode 9-12, while the other performers sing different verses.
  • Ryan's "Hoedown" stanza refers to Spock and Uhura from Star Trek.


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