Hello and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway? the improvisation program where we've got the A-team out tonight, the best improvisers you could put together. No, sorry, I've misread that. We've got a team tonight, the best we could put together, featuring:

  • From the west coast of America, the sparkling wit and stunning looks of specs on legs, Greg Proops
  • Then from the south side of London, the secret love child of Sean Connery and Barbara Windsor, Stephen Frost
  • Then from the wilder parts of the Canadian Outback, the man the Mounties didn't want to get, Colin Mochrie
  • Finally, from somewhere near the ceiling, the monumentally talented Ryan Stiles

Ladies and gentlemen, the contestants.


  • Film and Theatre Styles
    • Performers: Ryan and Colin
    • Scene: Two men in a weather research station in the Antarctic and one of them notices the other has started acting oddly
    • Styles: Star Wars, Roman epic, The Muppets, Reservoir Dogs, World War II weepy, Dirty Harry
  • Let's Make a Date
    • Bachelorette: Greg
      • Stephen - Scottish clan leader
      • Colin - Has a death-wish
      • Ryan - Desperately trying to get aroused
  • Hats
    • World's worst dating agency video
  • Number of Words
    • Scene: There are rumblings of mutiny on the Bounty, Fletcher Christian is Ryan and the ship's cook is Colin and they're on deck, and the other two are going to come on eventually as Captain Bligh, who is Stephen, and a Polynesian maiden, who is Greg
      • Colin - 4 words
      • Stephen - 3 words
      • Ryan - 2 words
      • Greg - 1 word
  • Newsflash
    • Anchormen: Greg and Colin
    • Field reporter: Ryan
    • On the green screen: Rhinos mating


  • Greg Proops


  • Winner reads the credits in the style of having a nightmare and the ghosts of his past are appearing behind him as he reads


  • "Film and Theatre Styles" references the film, Star Wars.


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