Live improv by the Whose Line crew. Presented live at the MGM Grand
Live improv by the Whose Line crew. Presented live at the MGM Grand
Live improv by the Whose Line crew. Presented live at the MGM Grand
A clip show of the highlights of the the 1999-2000 season, including sketches previously censored due to the show's family hour time slot. Also, bloopers and unforgettable moments.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Sound Effects, Hats, Greatest Hits, Party Quirks, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film, Theatre & TV Styles, Duet, Weird Newscasters, Moving People, Scene to Rap, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winner: Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Scene to Rap, Hats, Weird Newscasters, Greatest Hits, Newsflash. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Duet, Animals, Props, Moving People, Party Quirks, Scene to Rap, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Song Styles, Daytime Talk Show, Props, Film Dub, Sportscasters, Hoedown, and Sit Stand Bend. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Sound Effects, Daytime Talk Show, Helping Hands, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winner: Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Daytime Talk Show, Song Styles, Moving People, Props, Party Quirks, Hoedown, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Song Styles, Props, Party Quirks, Greatest Hits, and Helping Hands. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Song Styles, Weird Newscasters, Greatest Hits, Party Quirks, and Questions Only. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Questions Only, Song Styles, Newsflash, Sound Effects, Weird Newscasters, Scenes to Rap, and Hoedown. Winner: Denny Siegel.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film, Theatre & TV Styles, Hats, Weird Newscasters, Greatest Hits, and Helping Hands. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Duet, Newsflash, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Telethon, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Questions Only, Song Styles, Dead Bodies, Sound Effects, Weird Newscasters, Hoedown, and Sit Stand & Bend. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Moving People, Weird Newscasters, Greatest Hits, Party Quirks, and Helping Hands. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Hats, Sportscasters, Foreign Film Dub, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Superheroes, Weird Newscasters, Scenes From A Hat, Props, Greatest Hits, and Helping Hands. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Scene to Rap, Moving People, Props, Greatest Hits, Party Quirks, and Hoedown. Winner: Stephen Colbert.
Games played: Questions Only, Song Styles, Newsflash, Hey You Down There!, Party Quirks, Scene to Rap, and Helping Hands. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Duet, Sound Effects, Props, Narrate, Telethon, and Sit Stand & Bend. Winner: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Multiple Personalities, World's Worst, Props, Party Quirks, Hoedown, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winner: Greg Proops & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Three-Headed Broadway Star, Props, Stand Sit & Lie, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Duet, Newsflash, Party Quirks, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, African Chant, Scenes from a Hat, Change Emotion, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film Dub, Three-Headed Broadway Star, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Greatest Hits, and World's Worst. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Duet, Scenes from a Hat, Whose Line?, Hoedown, and Questions Only. Winner: Chip Esten.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Scenes from a Hat, Newsflash, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and Hoedown. Winner: Denny Siegel.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Superheroes, Ballad Of, If You Know What I Mean, Greatest Hits, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Newsflash, Weird Newscasters, Duet, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Song Titles, Gangsta Rap, Scenes from a Hat, Weird Newscasters, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Superheroes, Song Styles, Newsflash, Questionable Impressions, Hats, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winners: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Props, Party Quirks, Song Styles, and World's Worst. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Song Styles, Props, Party Quirks, Hoedown, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winners: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Questions Only, Whose Line?, Props, Scenes from a Hat, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winners: Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Props, Motown Group, The Millionaire Show, and Hoedown. Winners: Brad Sherwood, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Song Styles, Narrate, Weird Newscasters, Scene to Rap, and Hoedown. Winner: Denny Siegel.
Games played: Change of Cast, Song Styles, Props, Weird Newscasters, Moving People, Hoedown, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Duet, Whose Line?, Party Quirks, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Superheroes, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Song Titles, Sound Effects, Telethon, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winners: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Questionable Impressions, Scenes from a Hat, Whose Line?, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Questions Only, Sound Effects, Props, Newsflash, Greatest Hits, and Foreign Film Dub. Winners: Kathy Greenwood, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Newsflash, Duet, Party Quirks, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Themed Restaurant, Narrate, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, African Chant, Scenes from a Hat, Scene With an Audience Member, Hats, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Title Sequence, Scenes from a Hat, Narrate, Greatest Hits, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Sound Effects, Song Styles, The Millionaire Show, and Hoedown. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Scene To Rap, Props, Moving People, Greatest Hits, and Questions Only. Winner: Brad Sherwood.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Sound Effects, Number of Words, Party Quirks, Scene to Rap, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Questions Only, Song Styles, Sound Effects, Newsflash, Scenes from a Hat, Motown Group, and Foreign Film Dub. Winners: Karen Maruyama, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Song Styles, Party Quirks, Improbable Mission, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winners: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Props, Newsflash, Greatest Hits, and World's Worst. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Sound Effects, Props, Moving People, Hoedown, and Helping Hands. Winner: Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Film, TV & Theater Styles, Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Party Quirks, The Millionaire Show, and Hoedown. Winner: Karen Maruyama.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Scene to Rap, Props, Newsflash, Greatest Hits, and Questions Only. Winners: Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Newsflash, Title Sequence, Whose Line?, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Winner: Brad Sherwood.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Film Dub, Questionable Impressions, Narrate, Greatest Hits, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Let's Make A Date, Duet, Whose Line?, Scenes from a Hat, and Props. Winner: Chip Esten.
Games played: Film, TV & Theater Styles, Film Dub, Quick Change, Motown Group, If You Know What I Mean, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Questions Only, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Scenes from a Hat, Old Job New Job, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winner: Denny Siegel.
Games played: Film, TV & Theater Styles, Duet, Song Titles, Newsflash, Hoedown, and Foreign Film Dub. Winners: Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games playing include: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Scenes from a Hat, What Are You Trying to Say?, Party Quirks, and Irish Drinking Song. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Scene with an Audience Member, Sound Effects (with audience members), Motown Group, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Hollywood Director, Duet, Narrate, Themed Restaurant, Greatest Hits, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Sound Effects (with audience members), Song Styles, Newsflash, Irish Drinking Song, and World's Worst. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Survival Show, Scenes from a Hat, Reunion, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Duet, Infomercial, Scenes Cut from a Movie, Irish Drinking Song, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Scenes from a Hat, Party Quirks, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winner: Jeff Davis.
Games played: Film, TV & Theater Styles, Song Styles, Narrate, Newsflash, Motown Group, and Hoedown. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Hollywood Director, Duet, Party Quirks, Scenes from a Hat, and Props. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Superheroes, Duet, Scenes from a Hat, Whose Line?, Greatest Hits, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winner: Wayne Brady & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Multiple Personalities, Hats, Props, Dead Bodies, Scene to Rap, and Stand Sit & Bend. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Duet, Good Cop/Bad Cop, Sound Effects (with audience members), Irish Drinking Song, and Props. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film Dub, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Themed Restaurant, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winners: Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Superheroes, Film, TV & Theater Styles, Hats, Greatest Hits, and World's Worst. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Whose Line?, Props, Sound Effects (with audience members), Duet, and Hoedown. Winner: Jeff Davis.
Games played: Film TV and Theatre Styles, Duet, Song Titles, Party Quirks, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Questions Only, Sound Effects, Three-Headed Broadway Star, Scenes Cut from a Movie, The Millionaire Show, and Hoedown. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Award Show, If You Know What I Mean, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Hollywood Director, Song Styles, Sound Effects, Hats, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winners: Greg Proops & Colin Mochrie.
Games include: Questionable Impressions, Film TV & Theater Styles, Irish Drinking Song, Duet, Newsflash, Hoedown, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Two-Line Vocabulary, Party Quirks, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Superheroes, Sound Effects, Three-Headed Broadway Star, Whose Line?, Irish Drinking Song, and Helping Hands. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Narrate, Song Styles, The Millionaire Show, and Hoedown. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Superheroes, Two-Line Vocabulary, Scenes from a Hat, Greatest Hits, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Doo Wop, Narrate, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Sound Effects, Song Styles, Scenes from a Hat, Improbable Mission, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and Props. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Questions Only, African Chant, The Millionaire Show, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Scene With an Audience Member, Props, Greatest Hits, and Foreign Film Dub. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Film TV & Theater Styles, Song Styles, The Millionaire Show, Motown Group, and Hoedown. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Hollywood Director, Duet, Sound Effects, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and Quick Change. Winner: Colin Mochrie.
Games played: Superheroes, Song Styles, Improbable Mission, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Superheroes, Film TV & Theater Styles, Wedding, Greatest Hits, and Three-Headed Broadway Star. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Superheroes, Duet, Scenes Cut from a Movie, Greatest Hits, and Hoedown. Winners: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Film TV & Theater Styles, Motown Group, Party Quirks, Three-Headed Broadway Star, and 90 Second Alphabet. Winners: Colin Mochrie & Ryan Stiles.
Games played: Hollywood Director, Infomercial, Action Replay, Greatest Hits, and Props. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Sound Effects, Song Titles, Film TV & Theater Styles, Motown Group, and Hoedown. Winner: Wayne Brady.
Games played: Number of Words, Song Styles, Show Stopping Number, Scenes from a Hat, and Hoedown. Additional segments include: Statements That Will Be Bleeped By the Censor, and Outtakes from Whose Line. Winner: Greg Proops.
Games played: Weird Newscasters, Song Styles, Action Replay, Party Quirks, and Hoedown. Winner: Kathy Greenwood.
Games played: Let's Make A Date, Two-Line Vocabulary, Greatest Hits, and World's Worst. Winner: Brad Sherwood.
Remote Control makes its US debut with Wayne(South Park), Jeff(tv evangelist), Colin(Game Show Network) and Ryan(Jerry Springer)all discussing chickens. Next, Let's Make A Date had Jeff choosing from Wayne(the singing bass), Colin(tempermental actor having to repeatedly kiss the other two in a movie), and Ryan(group of prisoners in a crowded cell block welcoming newcomer Colin). Then Sound Effects had audience members Charlene and Michelle doing the noises for Colin and Ryan as a couple at an amusement park; Colin being the pregnant wife about to give birth. Next up, Doo Wop, with Jeff, Colin and Wayne singing about Peggy who died in a freak taxidermy accident. Jeff won, so he sat out Props, which had Colin and Wayne vs. Ryan and Drew. All four read the credits by telling how they would spend their $100 bills.
Ryan and Colin are two business partners at a health center, with props provided by "Living Scenery" people Wayne and Kathy; Wayne sings a la Riverdance to Samantha, an aerobics instructor, in "Song Styles"; "2-Line Vocabulary" features Colin trying to save the world from Wayne ("What does that do?" and "That's not what you said yesterday!") and Ryan's ("Oops ... I did it again.") mishaps at a nuclear plant; "Infomercial"; "Scenes from a Hat" include "Things bald men are tired of hearing." Kathy wins, so the rest sing the first kiss "Hoedown."
The show starts with "Weird Newscasters," where Colin anchors, Chip plays a young cowboy rodeo star, Wayne is the entire U.S. synchronized swimming team, and Ryan is rapidly descending the evolutionary scale; Ryan and Colin "Narrate" in a bike shop; Chip and Wayne do a "Duet" to a pet photographer as Run DMC and Aerosmith; Ryan and Colin do an "Infomercial" for hair removal; a "Hoedown" about blind dates. Colin wins the game and Drew, Ryan, and Wayne sing to Kim as a "Three-Headed Broadway Star," singing "I Love You For Your Shoes."
"Questions Only" sees romance break out at a luxurious European health spa; Ruth and Lisa provide "Sound Effects" for Ryan and Colin, two American GIs attempting an escape from a German World War II POW camp; "Scenes from a Hat" include "original rejected poses for the Mona Lisa"; "Songs of James Bond." Kathy wins, so the rest sing the Got Arrested "Irish Drinking Song."
Chip must choose from members of 'N Sync fighting amongst themselves during a video shoot (Wayne), an insult comic reincarnated as a ravenous blood-sucking leech (Colin), and a bride going through progressively worsening wedding day with her husband, Colin (Ryan), in "Let's Make a Date"; Chip and Wayne sing a "Duet" to Anna the sign language interpreter as Rod Stewart and Tina Turner; a Dracula "Scene to Rap"; Chip hosts "Party Quirks," with an attendee of a keg party from sober to passed out in 30 seconds (Wayne), an overly dramatic private investigator finding ridiculous clues to a murder (Colin), and a panicking, trapped bird who keeps mistaking cameras for open windows (Ryan); a "Doo-Wop" song by Wayne, Ryan, and Chip about Cheryl, who died in a tragic knitting accident. Colin wins, so it's Wayne and Chip vs. Drew and Ryan in "Props."
Colin anchors "Weird Newscasters," along with a trailer-trash woman telling her ex-husband at home what a great lover Colin is (Kathy), a nerdy, nearsighted teenager playing his first game of spin the bottle (Wayne), and John Wayne who thinks the studio's under attack (Ryan); Colin reports a "Newsflash" to Ryan and Kathy from the scene of amateur gross-out stunts; in a raunchy "Party Quirks," Kathy hosts various celebrities getting steamrolled (Wayne), someone who suspects that people are not the sex they claim and is finding out to be sure (Colin), and a hunky model in a photo shoot for the covers of romance novels (Ryan); Wayne, Colin, and Ryan do a post office "Show-Stopping Number." Kathy wins, so the rest do the "World's Worst" person to share a lifeboat with.
"Let's Make a Date"; the "Title Sequence" for the hit sitcom "(Mike) Tyson and (Abraham) Lincoln"; "Scenes from a Hat" include "strange items on sale at the prison gift shop" and "pick-up lines of game show hosts"; Brad hosts "Party Quirks," with a televison that keeps changing channels (Wayne), an insatiable mosquito that gets drunk on blood (Colin), and talking roadkill coming back to haunt Brad (Ryan); the "3-Headed Broadway Star" (Wayne, Ryan, Colin) perform "That Sinking Feeling" from the hit musical Quicksand. Wayne wins, so the rest sing the family reunion "Hoedown" as punishment.
Colin's "Hollywood Director" heads a film featuring an impatient customer at Ryan's gas station when a thief, Wayne, comes to rob them; "Living Scenery" features Colin and Ryan getting ready for their day with the help of "props" Wayne and Kathy; the "3-Headed Broadway Star" reappears for the second time of the night and sings "You've Got a Beautiful Earlobe" to audience member Katie; in "Helping Hands," Italians Ryan and Kathy have a romantic dinner, which Ryan hopes to culminate with a wedding proposal, with Colin as his hands. Kathy wins, so it's Colin and Wayne against Drew and Ryan in "Props."
In "Hollywood Director," Colin directs Ryan, a clumsy waiter who spills food on temperamental model Wayne's clothes and Chip, Wayne's rock star boyfriend, who arrives later; Wayne and Chip sing to Shana the animal trainer as Metallica during "Duet"; "Song Titles" at the police station on a busy Saturday night; "Scenes from a Hat" are "Times when you'd like to say 'Let's see that again in slow motion'," "Bad times to ask her for sex," "Bad names for perfume," "What your dogs think and do when you leave them alone in the house," "Unusual cases for the FBI," "World's worst catch phrases," "If people broke into song in real life," and "Difficult questions for mommy to answer." Wayne wins so everyone else does the "Drunk Mother Hoedown."
Retiring Santa Claus (Colin) hosts a "Press Conference"; "If You Know What I Mean" at an office, featuring Brad, Colin, and Ryan; "Show Stopping Number" casts Ryan, Colin, and Wayne at a veterinarian's office; "Dubbing With an Audience Member" places Brad's voice into audience member Betty's mouth, and she plays a cheerleader watching quarterback Colin work out when her boyfriend, Ryan, walks in; "Scenes from a Hat" include "times when eenie-meenie-miney-mo is not an appropriate selection method" ("Congratulations, Mr. Bush"). Wayne wins, so the rest sing the doctor "Hoedown."
Poor Wayne must pick a match in "Let's Make a Date" from Judge Judy (Greg), a man who turns into a killer hamster when frightened (Colin), and the "Crocodile Hunter" on various dangerous encounters; Colin reports a "Newsflash" to Ryan and Greg, standing amidst many professional wrestlers; Colin is Beauty, trying to free her father from the Beast, Ryan, in "Whose Line"; "Weird Newscasters" features Greg anchoring along with a streaker who has bet his friends that he can get in all the camera shots (Colin), an Italian stud who would rather be picking up women (Wayne), and a runner in an Olympic relay (Ryan); the divorce "Irish Drinking Song." Ryan wins, so he reads the credits as the Crocodile Hunter.
Colin hosts Weird Newscasters with a whiny girlfriend from a 1930s gangster movie who thinks Colin is her mob boss boyfriend (Kathy), a female Russian weightlifter trying to impress an American man with her strength (Wayne), and an increasingly desperate Prince Charming using his own shoe as the slipper (Ryan); Wayne's latest Song Styles is an 80s rock anthem for police detective Ingrid; Colin reports another Newsflash for Ryan and Kathy -- from a roller coaster; Songs of the Race Car Driver. Kathy wins, so the rest sing another Hoedown about getting arrested.
Colin holds a "Press Conference" as the Tin Man who is announcing he and Dorothy are having a child; "Hats"; "Multiple Personalities" for Greg, Ryan, and Colin is set on the S.S. Poseidon, with a captain's hat representing John Wayne, a life boat representing Liberace, and a sight representing the Rainman; "Songs of Retirement." Wayne wins, so the rest give examples of the "World's Worst" self-help instructional video.
Hollywood Director started things, with the whip-wielding wicked lord(Ryan) forcing gypsy girl Esmerelda(Whoopi) to dance for him when hideously ugly Quasimodo(Wayne) swings in to save her; Colin directing. A very appreciative Wayne sang to Whoopi as Tina Turner in Song Styles, then Wayne did the voice for Whoopi as a supermodel being wooed by French(yes, French) designer Colin when her photographer boyfriend Ryan enters, in Dubbing. Scenes From A Hat included things you shouldn't do when walking down the aisle at your wedding, if classic movies had nude scenes, if cartoon characters had adult conversations, what you don't want to see tattooed on your date, inappropriate times to use baby talk, and bad topics of conversation when meeting the Queen of England. Lastly, Foreign Film Dub had Drew(voiced by Ryan) and Whoopi(voiced by Colin) doing the Chinese action film "Soba Noodle For You." Wayne was declared the winner, and he and Whoopi read the credits as two old women talking about wh
"Questionable Impressions" takes a TV-turn, and is set in an emergency room; Brad and Wayne sing a country song "Duet" to Lassie; all four do a "Film Dub" of two fighting street gangs; Ryan is an angel, and Colin is Bosley, and they're trying to save the other angels from a militia headquarters in "Sound Effects." No one is announced as a winner, but Sid Caesar comes out to play "Foreign Film Dub" with Drew, movie titled "Escargot" and the languages French, German, Japanese, and Russian (Ryan translates for Drew, Colin for Sid, and Wayne calls out language switches).
"Questions Only" is set on some bawdy frontier land during the gold rush; Ryan and Colin do an "Infomercial" for excessive arm hair removal; Jeff ("Oh my God, that's enormous" and "I resent that") Ryan ("What was that?" and "Should I use my gun?"), and Colin play "Two Line Vocabulary"; "Songs of the Motorcycle." Wayne wins, so the others give examples of the "World's Worst" neighbor.
First up,Weird Newscasters had Brad as the anchor with Colin(Brad's jealous lover who knows he's cheating on him), Wayne(defending his title in the national greased pig championship), and Ryan(first time mother going from conception to birth). Next was Two-Line Vocabulary with sub captain Colin suspects crew members Brad("What the hell is that?" and "Says who?") and Ryan("That can't be good" and "When's lunch?") of being enemy spies. Following that was Quick Change with Wayne calling out "change" for Brad, who is an outlaw bothering Miss Kitty/Colin, when Sherrif Ryan arrives to help. Scenes From A Hat has Latin American soccer announcers on their day off, weird things for people to find beautiful, weird things for Grandma to give you for Christmas, and what politicians wives are thinking as they wave on the podium. They skip the Drew game again and have all four do an Irish Drinking Song about graduation. Credit reading was Brad and Wayne as greased pig catchers with Ryan and Colin th
Game 1: Weird Newscasters - Colin is the anchor. Chip is an Italian singing gondolier whose boat has sprung a leak. Wayne is again on sports as an excited Japanese tourist. Ryan again doing the weather as Bigfoot caught on film, desperately trying to escape from being spotted. Game 2: Title Sequence - Chip and Wayne sing the theme song to Bea Arthur and Brad Pitt, with Colin and Ryan performing as the title characters. Game 3: Scenes From A Hat - What your wife is thinking right now; Boy Scout badges we’ll never see; Diet books that didn’t fly off the shelves; Strange 900 numbers; Bad race horse names to call in a race. Game 4: Improbable Mission - Wayne is the voice on the tape, and Colin and Ryan are secret agents on a mission to wash a car. Game 5: Irish Drinking Song - Hair Transplant Artificial Winner: Chip Drew Game: Props Credits Roll: All four contestants as people at a very dysfunctional family reunion.
Starting off was Let's Make A Date with Chip choosing from Wayne(power crazed Southern state trooper), Colin(joined at the butt with Ryan but desperate for his own showbiz career), and Ryan(motorcycle stunt rider). Next was Motown Group where Wayne(to his consternation), Chip and Ryan sang "Do The Hockey Player." Following that was Song Titles where all four were soldiers in the trenches. Scenes From a Hat had when cartoon characters go on dates, first drafts of famous movie lines, the worst person to be stuck with at a party, trivial reasons to hold news conferences, and other things Dorothy and her friends asked the Wizard for. Wayne was declared the winner, so Drew joined the others in a body odor Hoedown, with Ryan and Colin reading the credits as two guys joined at the butt.
In "Hollywood Director," Colin directs Ryan as a shoplifter, Wayne as a store detective, and Brad as the investigating police officer, with the styles Elvis, backwards, and catty Vegas showgirls; "Infomercial" for acne; "Party Quirks" features Brad hosting a family coming to blows on the Jerry Springer Show (Wayne), the synchronized swimming teammate of the others (Colin), and various animals spotting and charging the camera (Ryan); a "Title Sequence" for the new show George Washington and the Ventriloquist. Ryan and Colin win, so they join Drew in a game of "Helping Hands" with Ryan the ill-tempered owner of an ice cream shop teaching his new soda jerk Drew how to make the ultimate ice cream sundae, with Colin providing hands.
Kathy lets fiance Wayne "Meet the Parents": her dominatrix mother (Ryan) and her Rain Man father (Colin); "Song Styles" returns to the West Side Story theme first introduced last season, and the four act out "When You're a Goat"; in "Weird Newscasters," Colin hosts, with co-anchor Kathy as a clueless teenage girl on the phone with friends, sportscaster Wayne a Haitian man who's been unfaithful and is now the victim of a voodoo attack, and weatherman Ryan discovering that the weathermap is hiding the gates of Hell and desperate to keep them closed; "Songs of the Teacher." Wayne wins, so Drew (translated by Ryan) and Kathy (translated by Colin) act out a Vietnamese action movie in "Foreign Film Dub."
Questions Only - tensions rise in the cottage where Snow White and the seven dwarves live. Hollywood Director - It's a 1950's teenag couple (Kathy and Ryan) and they're kissing passionately in their car. Motorcycle cop Wayne rides in because he suspects they're dangerous a couple who are carrying concealed weapons. Styles: America's Funniest Home Videos, climax in a Sam Peckinpah movie, like their mouths are numb from novacaine Song Styles - Wayne sings to Joe the pool guy as Eminem Nmber of Words - It's a scene from Titanic. Colin is Jack and Kathy is Rose. They're making out on the desk when Wayne, her horrified financÃ©e, and Ryan, the ship's captain, come to tell them that the boat his hit an iceberg. Colin - 5 words Kathy - 2 words Wayne - 4 words Ryan - 3 words Helping Hands - Kathy is a frustrated customer trying to get through the express line at a supermarket. Ryan is the loud-mouth, busy-body checker. Props - Wayne and Colin versus Ryan and Drew. Credits - Ryan and K
Superheroes - Greg is Quick Rick, Ryan is Faking Injury for Sympathy Man, Colin is Captain Coward, and Wayne is Show Stopping Number Boy. The crisis is blue shoes. Multiple Personalities - Greg, Wayne, and Ryan. A car breaks down in the forest in the middle of the night. The gas can represents Richard Simmons, the map John Wayne, and the flashlight is Scooby Doo. Scenes From a Hat - Times when it would be nice to have the ability to be beamed up, what really made the kids in Blair Witch run off screaming, what members of the Whose Line cast say to their therapists, out-takes from the Hillbilly National Theatre's Shakespeare Festival, how the naked Fridays policy turned out at your office Greatest Hits - Wayne sings Songs of the Doctor in the styles Mambo, Marilyn Monroe, and 80's Rock N' Roll. Sportscasters - Drew joins Greg as the sportscasters for Ryan and Colin, two rival pizza makers trying to impress a female customer Credits: Wayne, Greg, and Ryan as Richard Simmons, Scooby Doo,
The obnoxious drunks edition of Awards Show, with Brad and Wayne presenting to winners Ryan and Colin; Brad and Wayne sing a swing Duet to special guests Hugh, Victoria, and Ava; Scenes from a Hat are "Superman's secret inner thoughts," "things you did as a child that aren't as cute now that you're an adult," "if celebrities had been the first people to walk on the moon," and "inappropriate slide shows that your neighbors make you sit through"; Ryan and Colin play Living Scenery with Ava and Victoria as props, and the guys play two treasure hunters canoeing down the Amazon who pitch a tent by the river and get attacked by natives. Colin wins, so it's Brad and Wayne against Ryan and Drew in Props.
In "Superheroes," Tacky Shirt Man (Colin) tries to find the lost loud colors, along with On the Verge of a Nervous Breakdown Boy (Ryan), the Mick Jagger Kid (Chip), and Junkyard Dog on a Chain Kid (Wayne); audience members Flo and Carmen provide "Sound Effects" for Ryan and Colin, two English knights defending the castle and their demanding queen from an approaching barbaric army; Ryan and Chip get a "Newsflash" from Colin, who is reporting from various painful sports bloopers; "Scenes from a Hat" include "if actors were completely honest during their awards acceptance speeches," "circus acts that didn't last long," and "odd things for a lounge singer to sing about." Wayne wins, so the rest make fun of the Backstreet Boys in a "Hoedown."
Colin anchors "Weird Newscasters" with Greg as his dominatrix, Wayne as a secretary who finds a photocopy of someone's butt in her in tray, and Ryan as someone about to die whose life flashes before his eyes; "Hats"; a messed-up "Greatest Hits" edition of "Songs of College"; Greg, Ryan, and Colin celebrate in "Film Dub"; Ryan, Colin, and Wayne sing "Show-Stopping Numbers" in a toll booth. Wayne wins, so the others give examples of the "World's Worst" person to be priest or rabbi.
The show begins with a rousing game of Let's Make a Date in which Brad is a Puritan witch hunter who sees the devil everywhere, Colin is a pompous politician getting into a fight with his fiancee in the audience and Ryan is the head of Colin's angry ex-wfe sprouting from Colin's neck; "If You Know What I Mean," with Brad, Colin, and Ryan as hotel clerks; in "Duet," Brad and Wayne sing to Susie as the Rolling Stones; Title Sequence earns this episode its Too Hot title, when the audience suggests Cosby and Hitler, but instead, the guys perform the theme to Bill Cosby and the Insurance Agent; Scenes from a Hat, featuring how the cast of Baywatch would react to a real emergency, and if Tarzan and Tonto were roommates. Brad wins, so the rest sing the director Hoedown.
"Weird Newscasters" features Colin as a psycho hitchhiker getting a ride with the anchor, Wayne as a very enthusiastic bikini car wash girl looking for shiny surfaces to clean, and Ryan as Hollywood's most demanding temperamental star trying to give an award-winning performance; "Scenes From a Hat" includes "If human doctors acted like animal doctors," "The good news and the bad news," and "Refreshingly honest statements that could earn you a black eye"; in "Two-Line Vocabulary," an army captain, Colin, is looking for two volunteers to go on a dangerous mission, with Brad's lines being "That's easy for you to say." and "Is that good?", and Ryan's lines being "What are those?" and "I'm sorry, I wasn't listening." Brad and Wayne sing "Songs of the Airline Attendant" with Colin and Ryan pitching songs -- songs sung include "You Can't Use the First Class Can," "Don't Call Me a Waitress" and "Do You Want Meat or Fish?" in the styles Tom Petty, Flapper, and thrash, respectively. Colin wins,
In Hollywood Director, Ryan's fiendish Spanish colonel rides in to kidnap Mexican girl Kathy, until Wayne's Zorro comes in, while Colin directs in the styles 1950s musical and performing in the "perfect" dark; James Bond themes get spoofed in Song Styles with Wayne singing to Doug the chemistry professor, with the other three as Bond girls; Colin reports a Newsflash back to Ryan and Kathy with bats; in Living Scenery, Wayne and Kathy are props to Ryan and Colin, who are two guys sunbathing and surfing at the beach; Scenes from a Hat includes "difficult things to say with a straight face," "announcements made over hell's PA system, and many suggestions for "rejected gift ideas that the Wise Men considered." Kathy wins, so the rest give examples of the World's Worst television commercial.
In Weird Newscasters, Colin is anchor to co-anchor Greg (German insult comic), sportscaster Wayne (girl scout selling cookies who's possessed by the devil) , and weatherman Ryan (old man who takes an extremely short-acting rejuvenation pill). Ryan is Doctor Frankenstein to Colin's Igor in Whose Line. Wayne and Greg are a tourist and his guide on a safari in Action Replay, Colin and Ryan act out the replay. Scenes From a Hat includes "Versions of Hell other than eternal flames," "Famous film scenes as performed by cartoon characters," "If morning show hosts acted like most people do in the morning," "What members of the Whose Line cast say to their therapists," and "Announcements that tend to ruin parties." Drew joins Wayne, Colin, and Ryan for the Hockey Player Hoedown.
"Let's Make a Date" features Greg choosing from Wayne (smooth rap star blindfolded and handcuffed to the bed by his new girlfriend gradually realizing the evening is going wrong), Colin (deranged window dresser whose only friends are mannequins Wayne and Ryan who he has fun undressing and dressing after hours), and Ryan (horse whisperer calming and mounting the others who he thinks are wild stallions); Colin and Ryan do a film noir scene set in a maternity ward in "Narrate"; Greg, Ryan, and Colin play "Film Dub" set three years into an international space mission; Wayne sings "Songs of Retirement" with Ryan and Colin introducing songs in the styles protest and Scottish blues. Greg wins, so Colin and Wayne team up against Drew and Ryan for "Props."
All four started with Questions Only on the last night of an international singles cruise. Next was Two-Line Vocabulary with Colin the leader of a space colony on Mars with Ryan ("What is that?" and "I'm really in the mood") and Whoopi ("Have you thought this through?" and "That's impossible") the last two members and they are under attack. Following that was Props with Wayne and Whoopi vs. Colin and Ryan. Then it was Living Scenery with Wayne and Whoopi the props for Ryan trying to impress girlfriend Colin at a carnival, going on the rides and playing the games. Then, Helping Hands had Colin providing hands for pirate captain Ryan showing new recruit Whoopi how to be a pirate. Three-Headed Broadway Star had Wayne, Ryan and Whoopi sing "When I Think About Your Pants" to Drew. No winner was named, instead all four read the credits as rowdy bachelorettes out on the town the night before Whoopi's wedding.
Colin's Hollywood Director tries to control himself as a hunky golf pro (Ryan) gives private lessons to a Beverly Hills wife (Kathy), when her elderly millionaire husband (Wayne) arrives on his motor scooter and thinks they are trying to steal his fortune, in the styles standup comics, a sexy German movie, and really obnoxious drunks; Wayne sings Song Styles to the reigning Miss America; Scenes from a Hat are "Unusual things for a neighbor to ask to borrow," "If you used stripper moves to perform mundane tasks," "World's worst things to say the first time you see someone naked," "Strange television shows for Mr. Rogers to make a guest appearance on," and "Disturbing times to make animal noises"; Wayne and Miss America become props for Ryan and Colin in Living Scenery, as Batman and Robin get a call from Commissioner Gordon that Batgirl is being held captive. Colin wins, so the rest are punished with a game of Props.
Wayne and Brad are presenters for Ryan and Colin in "Award Show," which ends with Brad's full moon and revelations of Wayne's crescent moon; in "Party Quirks," Brad hosts a person on the "I've Got a Secret" episode of the South American (at least according to the card, but not what was acted) Jerry Springer Show (Wayne), a performing seal in a marine park playing to the cameras (Colin), and a series of hunting accidents caught on tape (Ryan); "Scenes from a Hat" are "what life would have been like if your parents were insult comics," "what's on TV in hell," "things found written in hillbilly fortune cookies," and "hit numbers from a musical about breasts"; "Bartender" Brad listens to songs from Wayne (who's excited about Brad), Colin (who's angry about getting a speeding ticket), and Ryan (who's in love with ugly shoes). Colin wins, so Brad and Wayne face off against Drew and Ryan in a rousing game of "Props."
In "Change Letter," a young man (Brad) and his girlfriend (Colin) are making out when her disapproving parents (Ryan and Wayne) walk in unexpectedly, with all "l"s required to be changed to "p"s; a disco "Duet" to Florence Henderson; Brad and Colin are two bakers on the night shift, with Ryan the incoming staff member, in "If You Know What I Mean"; "Dubbing" features Ryan's hunky pool boy tempts housewife Florence (voiced by Brad) when her hot-headed husband Colin arrives with a gift; Florence reprises Mrs. Brady in "Helping Hands," giving advice to Jan (played by Ryan/Colin) on how to attract boys. Florence wins, so she reads the credits as Mrs. Brady, with everyone else as the Brady Bunch kids snitching on their siblings.
"Superheroes" features Greg as Delayed-Reaction Man, Ryan as Becomes Hysterical Too Easily Girl, Colin as The Happy Flasher, and Wayne as Constantly Run Over By A Car Man, with the crisis a lack of Post-It Notes; Wayne gives professional bingo caller Ivy quite a Thriller, with the help of "zombies" Greg, Wayne, and Ryan, in "Song Styles"; Greg, Colin, and Ryan are stranded on a desert island in "Multiple Personalities," with only binoculars (Jimmy Stewart), a knife (Braveheart), and a canteen (Carol Channing); Greg presides over a "Funeral," along with Colin and Ryan, for Katrina, who died in a freak miniature golf accident; "Scenes from a Hat" are "unlikely subjects to be the basis for a musical," "things you shouldn't do at the last minute," "unlikely first lines of medical ads," and "what's really going through George W. Bush's mind during Cabinet meetings"; an "Irish Drinking Song" about getting pregnant on a date. Greg wins, so it's Wayne and Colin against Ryan and Drew in -- gues
In an alternative Wizard of Oz, Dorothy arrives to problems in Munchkin land, in Questions Only; Colin reports a Newsflash to Ryan and Kathy from a bodybuilding competition; Wayne and the gang don Afro wigs for a '70s disco Song Styles to Naomi, who works for UPS; Colin and Ryan combat nail biting in Infomercial; Scenes from a Hat are "if lessons in love and sex were taught in the style of Sesame Street," "Jeopardy! questions where the Whose Line contestants are the answers," and "bad things to say as you're about to kiss her." Kathy wins, so the rest step up for a police officer Hoedown.
In the debut of "Make a Monster," Dr. Frankenstein (Colin) and Igor (Greg) create two monsters: Ryan (with the head of John Wayne, a leg from a soccer player and a leg from a Rockette, and arms from the robot in Lost in Space) and Wayne (with the head of Sammy Davis Jr., big chicken legs, and arms from a woman and Muhammad Ali), culminating in Ryan and Wayne serenading to each other; "Scenes from a Hat" are "things you don't want to hear in the dark" and "what slasher movie villains are thinking while they're waiting in the dark"; Colin anchors "Weird Newscasters" alongside a coanchor politician filming a smear campaign advertisement against his opponent, Drew Carey (Greg), a sportscasting frat boy doing a series of outrageous stunts to impress his drinking buddies in the front row (Wayne), and a weatherman reenacting the rise and fall of a 1940s boxer (Ryan); "Hats" gives examples of the world's worst dating service video, with various cheap Halloween masks mixed in among the other he
Game 1 - Scene To Music Game 2 - Dubbing Brad, Colin, Ryan, and Chyna as dance instructors Game 3 - Changed Letter P to G for a group of unfortunate nudists Game 4 - Party Quirks Game 5 - Irish Drinking Song Knocked over the Christmas tree Drew Game - Living Scenery Ryan and Colin are James Bond and his girlfiend escaping with the help of props Drew and Chyna. Aritificial Winner - Wayne Brady
In "Superheroes," Stinky Man (Colin) tries to solve a dead possum in his parking spot with his friends Giggling Nipple-Tweak Man (Ryan), Captain Luau (Chip), and Temper Tantrum Kid (Wayne); "Scenes from a Hat" are "disturbing people to get a lap dance from," "unfortunate times to sneeze," "jobs where you shouldn't kid around," and "the Munchkins: What are they doing now?"; "Stand, Sit, Lie" comes back after a three-season hiatus, with expectant mother Ryan is cared for by flirtatious midwife Wayne, with Colin the nervous husband; in "Party Quirks," Chip tries to guess various acts getting booed off the stage during Amateur Night at the Apollo (Wayne), a bomb squad member who received a tip that there are bombs in people's pants (Colin), and a series of ugly sea creatures swimming up to the cameras (Ryan); after finding humor in Drew nearly choking himself with a breath mint, the show continues with "Show-Stopping Number," featuring Ryan, Colin, and Wayne in a factory. Wayne wins, and h
First up was Let's Make A Date, with Greg picking from Wayne(stage hypnotist who uses his butt to hypnotize people), Colin(abrasive coach looking for new members of his all-female wrestling team), and Ryan(secretly setting up a 24-hour erotic webcam on stage and trying to include the others). Next up after a long absence was Scene to Rap, with Top Gun the subject. Sound Effects had Ryan and Colin as two gung ho astronauts on a rescue mission to a space station orbiting Mars, when they discover it's been taken over by aliens; audience members Corina(for Colin) and Deborah(for Ryan) providing the sounds. Scenes From A Hat had ending a long term relationship in song, things you always wanted to say to the audience at home, when a kiss is completely out of line, and unusual ways for your optometrist to test your vision. Wayne is declared the winner, so Drew joins the rest for the World's Worst psychiatrist. Wayne reads the credits with his hypnotic butt.
Game 1: Questions With Wigs - Scandal erupts at a wedding Game 2: Scenes From A Hat If Tarzan Had Appeared In Other TV Shows Unusual Phrases To Be Teaching In An English As A Second Language Class Strange Comments For Your Doctor To Make After "Turn Your Head And Cough" Game 3: Party Quirks Wayne: Host's Repulsive Landlady Looking For Excuses To Interrupt The Party So She Can Hit On Everyone Colin: Safari Guide Who Thinks People Are Dangerous Wild Animals Who Must Be Wrestled Into Submission Ryan: Uninhibited Social Director At A Nudist Camp Trying To Get Everyone To Join In The Activities Game 4: Greatest Hits - Songs Of The Western Artificial Winner: Brad Drew Game: Irish Drinking Song - Marriage Credits Roll: All four contestants read the credits while posing for the new Men Of Whose Line calendar.
Colin's "Hollywood Director" shouts during a scene where Ryan and Greg, leaders of rival biker gangs, have a dramatic race toward the cliff's edge in a game of chicken, with Wayne as Greg's girlfriend trying to stop them (styles are Gremlins and liking the feel of carpet on skin); The Jerry Springer Show appears behind Colin as he reports a "Newsflash" to Ryan and Greg; this leads to the first appearance by Jerry, as he is sung to by Wayne as, of all things, a gospel song in "Song Styles"; "Daytime Talk Show" deals with the problems in "Little Red Riding Hood," with Colin as Red, Ryan as the wolf, Greg and Wayne hecklers in the audience, and Jerry as the emcee; then the "3-Headed Broadway Star" gets a new look, with Wayne, Ryan, and Jerry singing "I Dream About Your Yarmulke" to audience member Shannon. Jerry wins, so everybody pretends they're backstage at The Jerry Springer Show.
"Questions Only" features a robbery at a nudist colony; Colin and Ryan enjoy a ski resort, thanks to Kathy and Wayne, in "Living Scenery"; "Film Dub" has Kathy's car breaking down on the freeway, being helped by Ryan and Colin (driving down the interstate in a tank); "Party Quirks" has Wayne as various rock stars singing a benefit song for Colin's hair transplant, Colin as the Tickler terrorizing everybody in the studio, and Ryan as a bunch of kindergarteners posing for their yearbook photos; and Ryan and Kathy enjoy a piping hot breakfast after their wedding night in "Helping Hands." Kathy wins, so everyone else does the magician "Hoedown."
First up is Let's Make a Date with Chip choosing from Wayne(the amazing Italian acrobatic circus family and their amazing stool act), Colin (backwoods farmer helping prize cows Wayne and Ryan though difficult multiple births) and Ryan(performing "Drew Carey,The Musical). Next is Dubbing where a scene from "West Side Story" finds Ryan(leader of the Sharks) outraged that his Puerto Rican girlfriend Maria(audience member Gaelen, voiced by Wayne) is flirting with Colin(leader of the Jets). Then its Scenes From A Hat: apart from an athletic event or a criminal getaway, times people run awat as fast as they can; bad segues following tragic news stories, phrases that don't sound right when a cheesy announcer says them and things you should'nt do in a police line-up. Greatest Hits has Ryan and Colin selling, and Wayne and Chip singing Songs of Rome. Props has Wayne and Colin vs. Ryan and Drew, Chip sitting out as the winner. All four read the credits as they perform "Drew Carey, The Musical."
Games played: Questions Only, Weird Newscasters, Irish Drinking Song, Scenes from a Hat, and World's Worst.
"Backwards Scene"; Brad and Wayne sing a Blues Brothers "Duet" to Angela, a sign language interpreter; "Weird Newscasters" has Colin as anchor, with a pushy small-time talent agent desperate to get his client Colin some work (Brad), Michael Jackson and James Brown in a celebrity deathmatch (Wayne), and the rise and fall of a 1930s gangster (Ryan); "Boogie Woogie Sisters"; "Scenes from a Hat" are "things you wish you hadn't said to that Hell's Angel," "what really frightened Miss Muffet away," and "Dr. Seuss-inspired pickup lines." Brad wins, so the rest sing the Ryan's wife "Hoedown."
Multiple Personalities,with Greg, Wayne, and Ryan, is a safari in the deepest part of the jungle when the guides desert them, with a fly swatter being Richard Simmons, machete Elvis, and binoculars Scooby Doo; Colin reports back to Ryan and Greg from a Newsflash about various scenes of Richard Simmons; Richard makes his first appearance, as Wayne does a disco Song Styles to him (with the others participating without Drew directing them to); Ryan and Colin go on a luxury cruise to enjoy sunbathing, water sports, and entertainment, but their Living Scenery props are Wayne and Richard. Wayne wins, so Ryan and Colin become the properties of Richard and Drew (respectively) for Moving People.
Colin, as Batman, announces he's coming out of the closet (unbeknownst to Colin) in "Press Conference"; Ryan and Colin pitch a facelift product in "Infomercial"; Miss Piggy (Colin and Wayne) and Kermit (Ryan and Brad) "All in One Voice" sing "The First Time We Kissed"; "Change Letter" changes Bs into Fs, as overnight in an E.R., Frad plays a doctor, Colin his nurse, and Ryan and Wayne enter as patients; "Scenes from a Hat" are "World's Worst news anchor," "what our cameramen are thinking right now," "Baby Drew's first words," and "things you might say about your computer, but not your girlfriend"; Brad, Colin, and Ryan are three soldiers in a barracks in an abbreviated version of "If You Know What I Mean." Brad and Wayne win, so they read the credits as 1950s variety show hosts thanking all their guests.
Colin reports a Newsflash of mice and rats to Kathy and Ryan; Song Styles is a gospel from Wayne to David Hasselhoff; Two Line Vocabulary sees Colin's Indiana Jones looking for the Holy Grail in an ancient temple filled with dangerous traps, with sidekicks Ryan ("What does that do?" and "I want out.") and Kathy ("I love this." and "Are you kidding?"); Colin, a woman, has some trouble on the beach, and is saved by lifeguard David, whose Dubbing is done by Wayne, and Colin's boyfriend, Ryan, comes in to prove he's a better lifeguard. David wins, so Wayne, Ryan, and he become a Three-Headed Broadway Star to sing "I Can't Live Without Your Mother" to audience member Venus.
Colin anchors "Weird Newscasters," with a goofy white guy desperately trying to act street (Greg), an aging female Broadway performer doing a big song and dance number whose extensive plastic surgery begins to collapse (Wayne), and a very strict father whose deadbeat sons are in the studio and has decided it's time for them to get real jobs (Ryan); "Scenes from a Hat" are "like Oklahoma, musicals about various U.S. states," "sumo wrestlers in other professions," and "anecdotes dogs would tell if they appeared on talk shows"; "Film Dub" sets Greg, Colin, and Ryan in one day in the doctor's lab; Greg hosts "Party Quirks," with Wayne having a series of stormy love affairs from beginning to end with each person at the party, Colin a serious scientist testing how much annoyance people can stand before cracking, and Ryan a rat traveling through a maze to reach the cameras where he's given either cheese or an electric shock; "Hats." Greg wins, so the rest bumble through an abbreviated "Irish
In Let's Make a Date, Greg chooses from a fitness guru demonstrating his exercise techniques on various people in his video Tighten Your Buns in Two Minutes (Wayne), a psychopathic male flight attendant whose anger management thong tightens whenever he loses his temper (Colin), and a glamorous Russian female spy using older brother bullying techniques to extract secrets from the others (Ryan); Jane Tricker gets sung to by Wayne as she crushes him to a bloody pulp in Song Styles with the song style being stadium rock; Scenes from a Hat are "the first verbal exchange between Adam and Eve," "moments when cheerleaders are inappropriate," "strange welcome greetings on signs as you enter different U.S. states," and "the Whose Line Is It Anyway? shower-cam"; Greg hosts Party Quirks with Wayne every photo from the next new Whose Line Is It Anyway? calendar, Colin a group of Jurassic Park raptors setting up a trap and stalking the other guests, and Ryan a high school boy who discovers that the
In "Hollywood Director," Ryan's inmate tries to break out under the watch of Chip's warden, with Wayne coming in on his helicopter to assist in the escape, with Colin giving the styles of Bob Fosse musical, cheesy '70s porn, and Stomp; Sally and Cheryl provide "Sound Effects" for Ryan's explorer and Colin's beautiful, feisty research scientist, who are on a search in Africa for King Kong; Colin reports to Chip and Ryan in the studio in "Newsflash," in front of people getting covered by various slimy animals; Chip tends the bar in "Bartender," with Colin angry about the size of his feet, Ryan annoyed that his zipper doesn't work, and Wayne in love with Chip. Colin wins, so the rest sing the Superman "Hoedown."
"Number of Words" sees a deleted scene from The Wizard of Oz, with Dorothy (Kathy, three words) meeting a munchkin (Wayne, five words) while tagging along with the Good Witch (Colin, two words), and finally encountering the Wicked Witch of the West (Ryan, four words); an "Infomercial" for hairy chests; Wayne sings a Prince "Song Styles" to Carly, who works for the bankruptcy department of a mortgage company; "Scenes from a Hat" are "times when you don't want a spotlight on you," "unlikely famous movie scenes to be done nude," and "the wrong thing to say when your girlfriend is trying on clothes"; Colin reports a "Newsflash" from a bunch of lizards to Ryan and Kathy. Kathy wins, but instead of the normal "Hoedown" in this situation, they instead do the "World's Worst" thing to do or say during or after making love. In this episode, the points mattered. Sort of. The final points: PLAYER -- #OW -- INFO -- SONG -- SFAH -- NEWS Wayne -- 800 -- DNP -- -1200* -- 2200 -- DNP Kathy -- 200 -
In "Superheroes," Captain Morgan (Brad) has his ship sink, with help from Runs and Throws Like a Girl Man (Ryan), The Copycat Kid (Colin), and Russian Gymnast Woman (Wayne); Batman (Colin) and Robin (Ryan) receive a call that one of their archeenemies is on the loose with the help of non-existent "Sound Effects"; a "Title Sequence" for the new sitcom Napoleon and the Bartender; "If You Know What I Mean" sets Brad, Colin, and Ryan in a service station as car mechanics; Brad, Colin, and Ryan do a "Film Dub"; "Scenes from a Hat" are "inappropriate elementary school field trips," "weird places to find advertising," "little-known but amazing facts about Drew Carey," "inappropriate emergency calls to make to 911," and "bad things to say after making love." Brad wins, so the rest do the zoo "Hoedown."
The museum's on fire for today's "Superheroes," with Mad Cow Man (Colin) being assisted by Athletic Slap on the Butt Man (Ryan), Ants in His Pants Boy (Chip), and the Anything You Can Do I Can Do Better Kid (Wayne); a Middle Eastern "Duet" from Chip and Wayne to Neena and Veena; "Scenes from a Hat" are "fast food orders that sound sexy but aren't," "inappropriate times to show off your stomach muscles," "things you don't want to hear as you finish your last bite of dinner," "giving your date's parents too much information," and "things that would make you suspect your doctor did not graduate from medical school"; Neena and Veena return for "Living Scenery," as Ryan and Colin are a newlywed couple gambling in a casino just before retiring to their elaborate honeymoon suite. Wayne wins, so Chip and Drew are served by Colin and Ryan in the Steven Spielberg "Themed Restaurant."
Jeff appears on "Let's Make a Date," choosing from (and these are taken directly from the screen) an excited teenage girl who decides she can't play the game without bringing her best friends on stage to do it with her (Wayne), an office nerd who just got his CPR certificate and wants to practice his resuscitation skills on everyone (Colin), and a witch who entices the beast to her magic sleeping stool then must find his true love to break the spell and turn him into a prince (Ryan); Colin dodges some skateboarders falling in "Newsflash," with Jeff and Ryan in the studio; "Scenes from a Hat" are "bad topics to open a conversation with," "professions where breaking into song is discouraged," "things that make the audience boo," and "mundane activities that may be improved by nudity"; "Songs of Norway." Jeff wins, so the rest sing the cheating "Hoedown."
Highlights include: Game 1 - Hollywood Director Colin, as usual, is the director Ryan and Wayne, two gold miners Brad, the bandito who has come to rob them. Directions from Colin: do the scene backwards do the scene full of lust for each other include as many "Your momma!" jokes as possible. Game 2 - If You Know What I Mean Brad and Colin are customers at a diner where Ryan is their waitress Penultimate game - Greatest Hits Songs Of Weddings including the B-52's singing Cash Bar. Artificial Winner - Wayne Drew Game - Helping Hands Drew is a high school student being taught lessons in French culture by Ryan, with the helping hands of Colin. Credits Roll - Wayne and Colin are trained seals being fed by Brad and Ryan.
Game 1 - Scene To Music: Ryan, a gung-ho pest exterminator, bursts in on the hotel room of Colin and Wayne, a newlywed couple. Game 2 - Scenes From A Hat: Famous Film Roles As Played By Scooby-Doo If Welcome Signs In European Countries Were Truthful Things You Don't Want You Hear Your Grandmother Singing About What The First Fight Between A Man And A Woman Was About Game 3 - Song Styles: Wayne sings as Prince to a guest contortionist with an unusual name. Game 4 - Changed Letter: B to W Greg, the team doctor, is treating the star basketball player, Wayne. Colin, a reporter, has come in to interview Wayne, when Ryan, the coach, bursts in to stop him. Game 5 - Living Scenery: Ryan, Colin, Wayne, and the contortionist as Arctic explorers on a race to the North Pole encounter each other at a different icehole. Game 6 - Hats/Dating Service Video Artificial Winner: Wayne Brady Drew Game - Sports Casters: Drew and Greg commenting on competing office workers Ryan and Colin Credit
Game 1 Press Conference: Colin as the 1st man to make love on the moon. Game 2 Sound Effects: Audience members Valerie and Anne help Ryan and Colin storm Frankenstein Castle Game 3 Irish Drinking Song: Graduation Game 4 Party Quirks Game 5 Helping Hands: It's Kathy's wedding and Colin and Ryan are the wedding planner Artificial Winner: Colin Drew Game Themed Restaraunt: The Wizard Of Oz Credits Roll - Kathy Griffin as the waitress at a late night coffee shop running down the items on the menu to a table full of drunks & everyone else as the drunks.
Highlight include: Make A Monster Dubbing Scenes From A Hat Greatest Hits: Songs of Sci-Fi Aritificial Winner - Wayne Brady Drew Game - World's Worst: Things to say or do on your 1st day in prison Credits Roll - Greg reads the credits as a dancing monkey.
In Hollywood Director, Ryan and Wayne are two competing explorers to the North Pole when one of them falls into the ice hole, while Brad is a German rival with a team of huskies and races in to help, with the styles Spanish gameshow and x-rated, with the offensive content bleeped out; Colin and his gang of outlaws are holed up in a shack with the sheriff and his deputies approaching in Two-Line Vocabulary, with Ryan ("Don't worry, I'm a doctor." and "What do I look like?") and Wayne ("Did you hear that?" and "Let's not go there."); Colin hosts a Press Conference, unknowingly announcing to the others that he, Yogi, has killed Boo Boo; Wayne directs Colin and Ryan on an Improbable Mission to shovel snow; the gang sings the first kiss Irish Drinking Song. Brad and Colin are the winners, but instead of playing a game with Drew (or, with that pairing of winners, instead of playing Three-Headed Broadway Star) read the credits as .
"Show No. 426" - Highlights include "Weird Newscasters," with Jeff as Christopher Walken doing a comedy routine, Wayne as Britney Spears and Christina Aguilera in a cat fight and Ryan as a swinger on the prowl; "Duet," in which Jeff and Wayne sing big band style to Katrina, the movie theater popcorn popper; "Scenes from a Hat"; "Greatest Hits," in which Wayne and Jeff sing "Songs of the Motorcycle"; and Drew joins in for "Themed Restaurant," on "Whose Line Is It Anyway?," THURSDAY, MAY 1 (8:00-8:30 p.m., ET), on the ABC Television Network.
In "Let's Make A Date," Greg is the bachelor with Wayne as the Barry White of the rooster world surrounded by lady hens, Colin as a gawky teenager who meets an audience member and takes her on a date to the movies where he hopes to score, and Ryan as Colin's highly competitive uglier brother desperate to show that anything Colin does, he can do better. In "Hats," all four give examples of the world's worst dating agency video. In "Fashion Models," Greg is the announcer and Wayne, Colin, and Ryan are all football player models. In "Scenes From A Hat," the scenes are "if your thoughts were amplified on loud speakers" and "things you can say about your boat, but not your girlfriend." In "Newsflash," Colin is reporting back to Ryan and Greg in the studio in front of a Chippendale police officer. Greg wins, so Wayne, Drew, Colin, and Ryan do the Rock Star Hoedown.
In "Hollywood Director," town sheriff Ryan has finally caught the fugitive gunslinger Chip and puts him in jail, but Wayne comes in as a member of Chip's gang, and Colin gives them the styles of falling in love with each other and product testimonials. In "Improbable Mission," Wayne is the voice on the tape informing secret agents Colin and Ryan that they must go shopping at the grocery store. In "Scenes From A Hat," the scenes are "bad times to use the athletic butt slap," "topics of conversation that always ruin dinner parties," "what the Whose Line? cast will ask Santa for this Christmas," and "things your waitress can say that can be misconstrued as sexual." In "Greatest Hits," Colin and Ryan sell Songs of Pregnancy, with songs performed by Wayne and Chip. Chip wins, so the rest join Drew for a game of "Props."
Hollywood Director features Colin giving notes to a western cowboy (Ryan) holding up a train with a beautiful woman (Wayne) on it, with another cowboy to the rescue (Chip); Doo Wop features Colin, Chip, and Wayne singing about Diana, who was killed in a tragic bowling accident; Scenes from a Hat includes "What Drew Whispers in his date's ear," and "A bad time for that laxative to kick in"; Greatest Hits features Colin and Ryan introducing "Songs of Hor-ror Movies". Wayne wins, and he looks on at Helping Hands as Ryan (hands provided by Colin) is at a cabin in the woods proposing to his girlfriend Drew.
Hollywood Director features Coin giving notes to two feisty French cheifs (Wayne and Ryan), and the fireman coming to help when things go wrong (Brad). Weird Newscasters features a wig shop owner doing a cheesy promo for his shop on the newscast (Brad), a sportscaster who lives a double life as a drag queen (Wayne), and a drill seargent, training his out of shape troops (Ryan). Walking a dog is an Improbable Mission for Colin and Ryan, and Brad, Ryan and Wayne do an ode to superheroes as The Boogie Woogie Sisters. Colin wins, and Drew joins Wayne, Ryan, and Brad for a game of Props.
In Newsflash, Colin is the Anchor with Co-Anchor Chip as a 1950s teen rebel biker, in sports Wayne is a harem girl sent in to entertain the sultan and it's weatherman Ryan's last day and he wants to go out in a blaze of glory! In Sound effects, Colin is an emergency room-surgeon getting called in on new-years eve, where Ryan provides the sound effects. In Title Sequence, Ryan, a sumo wrestler, and Colin, a model, acts out to Chip and Wayne's song. In Scene with an Audience member Emily who works at a store plays Batgirl in the scene. Batman, Ryan has come to the rescue of Batgirl from the clutches of the Riddler, Colin. In Greates Hits Wayne and Chip sings songs of the warrior princess; Jerry Lee Lewis - Lalalalala; Kid Rock - Clubs, Spears and Shields; Techno - Huge women, puny men; The winner is Chip, and the rest of the gang have to play Questions Only on board of the Titanic.
In Let's Make a Date, Wayne gets a turn as a guesser, with Greg an angry guest on Jerry Springer, Colin a ventriloquist whose dummy is sabotaging his chances, and Ryan as a frustrated writer going insane in a remote hotel; a Poseidon Adventure Scene to Rap; Ryan provides old-school Sound Effects for Jedi knight Colin who gets the call that the Empire is attacking; Film Dub for Ryan, Colin, and Greg is one day at the gas station; Wayne sings Ryan and Colin's Songs of Hockey on Greatest Hits. Wayne wins, so the rest sing the Moving Hoedown.
First up, Superheroes had Greg(Shedding Cat Man), Ryan(Strutting Pick-up Artist Boy), Colin(Exciteable Hamster Boy), and Wayne(Very Enthusiastic Game Show Contestant Boy) solving the problem of a clogged toilet. Then Questionable Impressions was set in a funeral home. Props had Ryan and Colin vs. Wayne and Greg. Wayne sang to Terri who worked in a clothing store and goes to the beach in a gospel style in Song Styles. Following was Moving People, where Colin(moved by Shauna) is a doctor flying in to rescue Ryan(moved by Amy) who has been bitten by a poisonous snake. Then Dating Service Videos(announced as Hats) had Ryan and Colin vs. Wayne and Greg again. Lastly, Hoedown was about pregnancy tests. No winner was announced, Wayne and Ryan were declared the winners and read the credits as a wrestling team challenging their opponents.
Colin, the Queen of England, announces that he's having an affair with Ryan Stiles in Press Conference; Neely and Andrea give Sound Effects to a gallant knight (Ryan) trying to reach Rapunzel (Colin) in the tallest tower of the witch's castle, then free her and escape past the witch, the sleeping dragon, and other dangers so they can be wed (in honor of Valentine's Day); Chip and Wayne sing a R&B Duet to the Loyola Marymount University cheerleaders; cheerleaders Jennifer, Pamela, and Ryanne become Living Scenery for Ryan and Colin, two cowboys out on the range tend to their cattle and set up camp for the night; Wayne, Chip, Colin, and Ryan sing an Irish Drinking Song about farting. No winner is announced; the credits are simply the cheerleaders chanting LMU (instead of chanting the credits as they were supposed to do).
Let's Make A Date started things with Greg choosing from Wayne(Michael Jackson turning into a wereworlf), Colin(world's most annoying person to sit next to on an airplane) and Ryan (evil scientist in lad about to mutate into horrific versions of the other two bachelors). Next was Newsflash, with Greg and Ryan giving clues to Colin, who was standing in front of footage of babies. Then it was Funeral with Greg hosting the funeral of Joe, a fisherman with Colin and Ryan the mourners. Then Party Quirks had Greg hosting again, with Wayne a heroic fireman determined to rescue everyone, Colin as talent night at an old folks home, and Ryan as a series of delivery guys in porn films. African Chant had all four chanting to Crystal, a candy hawker at a raceway. Greg was declared the winner so Drew joined the others in a game of Props. All four read the credits as lingerie models in a catalog.
Seating Order: Wayne, Chip, Colin and Ryan.Film, TV, & Theatre Styles: Ryan and Colin have disguised themselves as women in an all-female band to hide from Wayne, a hit man working for the mob. Styles: Western, Sesame Street, Shakespeare, Shaft and opera. Title Sequence: Wayne and Chip sing the theme song to the hit ABC sitcom The Travel Agent And Tom Jones while Ryan and Colin act out the title sequence. Action Replay: In the first scene, Wayne is angry at Chip for letting their poisonous pet snake escape. Then Ryan and Colin search for something that is stinking up their house doing the same motions that the others did. Greatest Hits: Ryan and Colin sell the compilation CD Songs Of The Hit Man. Wayne and Chip sing: Garotte, Garotte, Garotte as Duran Duran The Sound Of Silencers in salsa style Hit Man Girl as Blink-182 Poison In Your Wine in rockabilly style. 90-Second Alphabet: Drew and Colin are both sisters getting ready for the prom when Ryan, the star quarterback shows up and they both realize that they've both been asked out by him; starting with 'J'.Winner: Wayne and Chip Credit Reading: All four as celebrities parachuting for charity.
Game 1: Questions Only - High school prom dates (Paraphrased.) Game 2: Narrate - Film noir scene set at a zoo Game 3: Film, TV, And Theater Styles - Wayne is a prison guard hunting down escaped convicts Ryan and Colin changed together who are hiding out in an alligator infested swamp. Styles: Cartoons, Shakespeare, "Japanese Anime" (Yes, separate from Cartoons. And, yes, Japanese, as opposed to OTHER forms, I suppose...), Planet Of The Apes, and Gilbert And Sullivan Game 4: Party Quirks - Denny : Host Wayne: Finds "The Mask" At The Party Colin: "Never Say Die" Deer Trying To Cross A Highway Ryan: Slow Motion Sports Bloopers Game 5: Greatest Hits - Songs Of Soccer "Free Kick" in the style of Ska "My Shorts Chafe" in the style of Tin Pan Alley "I'm Not Really Hurt, But, I'm Staying Down" by The Beastie Boys "I Got A Yellow Card" in the style of Paul Robeson singing Ol' Man River from Showboat Artificial Winner: Denny Drew Game: Hoedown - Work Out/Working out/Exercising
Colin's Magnet Man is stuck at the North Pole in Superheroes, joined by Mesmerized by Moving Objects Man (Ryan), the Bob Fosse Kid (Chip), and Chainsaw Massacre Boy (Wayne); a Chip and Wayne Duet about a sponge in a Busby Berkeley song with Colin and Ryan joining in as Busby Berkeley dancers; Weird Newscasters finds coanchor Chip as Snagglepuss, sportsman Wayne finds his neighbor peeping on him and decides to put on a "little show," and weatherman Ryan is the rise and fall of a female Hollywood legend of the silver screen; Colin reports to Ryan and Chip in Newsflash from clips of Ryan; an Irish Drinking Song about giving birth. Chip wins, so two old friends who haven't seen each other in 20 years, Wayne and Drew, eat at a baseball Themed Restaurant with Ryan and Colin as waiters.
The crisis for the Superheroes is no ceramics, with Brad as Tom Arnold, Ryan as Guy Who Channels the Spirits of Farm Animals, Colin as Captain Streaker, and Wayne as Man Who Mimics Everyone While On Caffeine; Film Dub is one day at the doctor's office; a body odor Infomercial; Brad hosts Party Quirks with a high-energy android who keeps running out of power and recharges by kissing someone's head (Wayne), a Russian ballet dancer (Colin), and a series of the world's dumbest criminals caught on tape (Ryan); "Songs of the Presidents" in Greatest Hits. Brad wins, so Wayne, Drew, and Ryan sing "When I Touch Your Kangaroo" to Australian student Jody in Three-Headed Broadway Star.
Kathy is the contestant on Let's Make a Date, choosing from Uncle Ernie who's drinking too much and is about to ruin his niece Colin's wedding reception (Wayne), a heroic frog leading "The Great Escape" of all the frogs from a French restaurant (Colin), and someone who's founded a cult that worships Colin and he lives his life by Colin's example (Ryan); Two-Line Vocabulary features SWAT team commander Colin and his two agents Wayne ("Is this it?" and "I want to go first.") and Ryan ("Should I be doing this?" and "What's the point of that?") about to infiltrate a group of terrorists; Film Dub has Ryan, Colin, and Kathy at a themed restaurant; Sound Effects has audience members Karen and Sharon provide sounds for Ryan and Colin, whom they don't know who's who, as Clark Kent (Ryan) is having an intimate evening with Lois Lane (Colin) when he gets a message that Lex Luthor is subjecting the city to a series of terrors; Show-Stopping Number at a bank for everyone but Kathy. Wayne wins, so t
The show opens with the bitter divorce Award Show, then Colin is Noah announcing he's eaten all the animals during a Press Conference. Then, it's an infomercial to stop being drunk. After that, it's Sound Effects with Ryan and Colin being two musketeers and an Irish Drinking Song about first cars. Greg wins, so everyone else plays Props.
Weird Newscasters: Colin is the anchor... Chip is the co-anchor and the "lion from the Wizard of Oz who was given an overactive libido instead of courage". Wayne is on sports and is a "desparate caveman looking for food, a warm cave and a mate". Ryan does the weather and "becomes extremely nervous when he suddenly discovers it's the first day of Ryan hunting season". Song Styles: Chip and Wayne sing a gospel style song to Mira the Hebrew teacher. Whose Line: Buffy the vampire slayer (Colin) has come to kill Count Dracula (Ryan). Greatest Hits: The Songs of Rome. Irish Drinking Song: All about falling out of a car on a date. There is no winner... it's a four-way tie... so they all read the credits as trash-talking basketball players.
Song Titles has the four at an office Christmas party. In Duet, Chip and Wayne sing to Lily the Crossing Guard as the Backstreet Boys. In Action Replay, Wayne and Chip are two campers getting dressed in the morning, and discover insects crawled in their clothes. Then, Ryan and Colin perform a different scene using the same body movements. In Greatest Hits, Colin and Ryan sell a compilation album about pregnancy, as sung by Chip and Wayne. No winner is announced, so Wayne, Chip, and Colin sing as a Doo-Wop group about Lola, who died tragicly in a freak golf accident.
The show starts with Let's Make A Date. Kathy has to pick from Wayne (a temperamental queen bee gathering nectar from people's faces), Colin (a born to be wild biker chick going from guy to guy to find a new stud to ride behind) and Ryan (having an entire relationship with the stool Colin is sitting on). In Whose Line, Indiana Jones (Ryan) and his feisty female companion (Colin) are trapped in a snake-infested Egyptian tomb and their torches are about to go out. In Dead Bodies, Bosley (Ryan) is being held captive by a beautiful villainess (audience member Kelsey), who is torturing him with sexual seduction when one of Charlie's Angels (Kathy) bursts in to rescue him. Greatest Hits features a 25 CD set of "Songs of the Fast Food Worker". Kathy wins, so Drew & Ryan play against Wayne & Colin in Props. Ryan reads the credits pretending he's in later life and his relationship with the stool is on the rocks.
The studio is cold for Superheroes Cottage Cheese Man (Brad), the Narrowly Escapes Death Kid (Ryan), Captain Salmon (Colin), and Caught in a Wind Tunnel Boy (Wayne); Brad, Colin, and Ryan play If You Know What I Mean as three supermarket employees on the night shift; All in One Voice features "The First Time We Swam" with Lucy and Ricky Ricardo (Colin/Wayne and Ryan/Brad respectively); in Film Dub, all four provide voices for a team of suit salesmen trying to make a sale; Cathy and Veena provide Sound Effects for Ryan and Colin, two nervous World War II parachutists are about to go on a mission into occupied France; Scenes from a Hat are "the curriculum at Hillbilly University," "I didn't know the mic was on," and "nightly bedside prayers of Whose Line cast members." Colin wins, so it's Brad and Wayne vs. Ryan and Drew in Props.
Chip appears on Let's Make a Date, hoping to choose from a mean female wrestler who receives a Valentine and is desperate to find her secret admirer (Wayne), the mad Headless Horseman looking for a hideous head to replace his own (Colin), and a mischievous gargoyle at the top of Notre Dame Cathedral who keeps coming alive to cause trouble (Ryan); "Film, TV, and Theater Styles" is Colin is a distraught bride, and Wayne is her angry mother, coming to fashion designer Ryan on the morning of the wedding since the dress doesn't fit, in the styles of MacGyver, soap opera, pyschic network, WWF, Crocodile Hunter, and Antique Roadshow; then a Doo-Wop about Erica, who died tragically in a freak gene-splicing accident; "Songs of the Lunchlady" in Greatest Hits, with hillbilly ("Aprons, Hairnets, and Knee-Highs") and punk ("Don't Want Your Milk!"). Colin wins, so it's Chip and Wayne vs. Ryan and Drew in Props.
Game 1: Let's Make A Date Contestant - Chip Bachelor #1 - Wayne: Cheesy Mexican Troubadour Who Sings Unbelievably Insulting Songs About The People He Serenades Bachelor #2 - Colin: Panicking Dutch Peasant Who Thinks The Openings In People's Faces Are Leaky Holes In A Dyke Bachelor #3 - Ryan: Recently Out-Of-The-Closet Robin Hood Selecting His Band Of Merry Men & Taking Them To Rob The Rich Game 2: Whose Line Scene: King Louis XVI and Marie Antoinette must escape the angry Frech mob or face the guilloutine. Colin as Marie Antoinette: "Get your eyeballs out of my cleavage!" Ryan as King Louis XVI: "You are the weakest link. Goodbye!" "Everybody Wang Chung tonight!" Game 3: Scenes From A Hat If a Fear Factor episode was done for celebrities The world's dumbest criminals being caught in the act. Slogans on T-Shirts worn by George W. Bush. What you think your fellow cast memebers should title their autobiographies. Game 4: Song Titles Game 5: Doo-Wop Chip, Way
Game 1: Hollywood Director Colin directs Ryan as an Old West engineer driving a train carrying gold bullion, Wayne as a bandit trying to rob it, and Greg as the whip wielding Southern owner of the train who comes in to save the day. He suggests: Hong Kong action film where the actors are doing their own subtitles. As much sexual innuendo as possible. Game 2: Scenes From A Hat Bad times to be distracted by a beautiful woman. Making mundane instructions sound sexy. What President Bush does in the Oval Office when he's all by himself. Things You Can Say About The Food You Eat, but, not about your girlfriend. Game 3: African Chant Audience member Julia teaches dance lessons to Wayne and the rest of the gang. Game 4: Sound Effects Audience members Lola and Mimi help out Ryan and Colin, who are James Bond and his beautiful accomplice, Tiffany, who are attacked by enemy agents when they settle down for an intimate moment at a chalet. Game 5: Fashion Models Greg is comment
In Superheroes, the crisis is no more shaving cream for Not Hot But Spicy Man (Greg), Ridicules People Behind Their Back Boy (Ryan), Captain Panic (Colin), and Malfunctioning Robot Doctor (Wayne). Ryan and Colin are training to be firemen in Hey You Down There, with Greg narrating. Colin directs Hollywood Director, with a vampire bat (Ryan) who flies into the bedroom of a mouthy college girl (Wayne), who is showering and getting ready for a date. After Ryan transforms into Count Dracula, Professor Van Helesing (Greg) kicks down the door to confront him. In Two Line Vocabulary, Colin, Wayne, and Ryan are three soldiers caught in a foxhole under enemy fire. Colin can say anything. Ryan can only say "Do you want a piece of this?" and "You remind me of my mother when you do that". Wayne can only say "Is that what I think it is?" and "I don't think so". In Scene to Rap the four rap in Jurassic Park. Greg wins, so Wayne (translated by Colin) and Drew (translated by Ryan) act out the Swahili
Let's Make a Date has Kathy choosing from Wayne, the Hyenas from "The Lion King", Colin, a sensitive teenage French Canadian nerd (paraphrased), and Ryan, a Lounge Singer on the Titanic (paraphrased) Sound Effects with Ryan as Indiana Jones and Colin as his sassy female sidekick on a quest for lost treasure Motown Group with Wayne, Colin, and Ryan singing "Do the Park Ranger" Helping Hands has married man Ryan (with Colin's arms) has invited his secretary, Kathy, for lunch to "proposition her" Foreign Film Dub is the Italian action film, "Killer Spagetti" with Ryan translating for kathy and Colin for Kathy Credit Reading has Ryan as the lounge singer from Let's Make a Date
In Hollywood Director Ryan plays a hunky plumber who has just finished installing a shower... when frisky housewife, Kathy, insists on testing it with him. Kathy's outraged mother, Wayne, makes a dramatic entrance and catches them in the act. The suggestions they're given by the director, Colin, are "like fast-talking gansters from a 40's film noir", "like you have giant butts" and "like a violent, slow-motion shoot-out". The Three-Headed Broadway Star song is called "Can't Stop Thinking About Your Pants" and is sung by Wayne, Ryan & Colin to Gillian. Scenes From A Hat subjects are "what the Queen of England is really saying to the people in the greeting line", "what Lassie was really trying to tell everyone", "people you wouldn't want to go on an intergalactic flight with", "if adults settled disputes the way kids do" and "if songs were written about life's most embarassing moments". The Helping Hands scene has Kathy visiting her Austrian penpal (Ryan) and he's trying to impress
Number of Words is a scene from "The Mummy", Egyption Guide, Jeff (four words), and Fiesty Female Archeologist, Colin (two words), open up a tomb, releasing the evil Mummy, Wayne (three words). Then, dashing adventurer, Ryan (five words), comes to rescue them. Jeff and Wayne sing a Rat Pack Duet to Angela the Yoga Instructor Colin and Ryan sell a snoring aide in Infomercial In Scenes From a Hat, the four act out "Foreign Remakes of American TV Shows", "Ads Where the Product and the Style Don't Match", and "Inoffensive words that immature people are prone to snicker at" Wayne plays the title role in Bartender. Jeff is in love with dogs. Colin is angry that his pogo stick broke. Ryan is colour-blind. Colin wins, so it's Drew and Ryan vs Wayne and Jeff in Props
In Questionable Impressions, the four are at a police station. Brad and Wayne sing to Bill the Liquor Clerk as REM in Duet. In Sound Effects, audience members Giselle and Jenny provide the sound effects for Farmer Ryan and Wife Colin are rounding up their animals because of an approaching storm, when they are amazed to see a UFO approaching. In Greatest Hits, Colin and Ryan sell Songs of Las Vegas, as sung by Wayne and Brad. Brad wins, so the others sing the Doctor Hoedown.
In Let's Make A Date Kathy is the contestant. Wayne is a "mission impossible agent lowering himself into a room to retrieve secret microfilm in Colin & Ryan's pants pockets". Colin is "having passionate secret affairs with Wayne & Ryan's shoes but must decide between them". Ryan is a "comedian who is bound & strapped to a time bomb that counts down whenever the audience isn't laughing". Really Bad Hangover is next where Kathy & Colin act out a scene where a couple wake up in the morning... and Ryan & Wayne do the amplified hangover sound effects. Scenes From A Hat subjects are "bad songs to sing while making love", "the last thing you would expect to come out of your grandmother's mouth", "adults who are still experiencing the terrible two's" and "unusual acts performed on talent night at the convent". In Film Dub Ryan, Kathy & Colin improvise a scene... "one day at the trailer park". The Greatest Hits CD set this time is The Songs of the Circus. Wayne wins the show... so Dre
"Hollywood Director" has Colin directing a foxhunt with the Lady of the Manor, Kathy, who accidentally shoots the Sexy Stable Boy, Ryan. As she is removing the buck shot from his rear end, her dashing jealous fiancee, Lord Wayne, rides in with the horses and hounds. In "Dubbing", in a 1930's speakeasy, mobster Colin starts hitting on audience member Megan (whose voice is provided by Wayne), the sexy nightclub entertainer. Her boyfriend, rival mobster Ryan, breaks in. In "Scenes From a Hat", the quartet performs "Bad times to take off your pants", "Weird things to time", and "Unfortunate moments to become nauseous". "Greatest Hits" has Colin and Ryan introducing Songs of Paris, as sung by Wayne. Wayne wins, so everyone else plays "Foreign Film Dub". Drew and Kathy act out the Japanese film, "Ramen Aplenty". Ryan translates for Drew and Colin translates for Kathy.
In Hollywood Director, Colin directs a scene from "The Exorcist", with Wayne as the Possessed Daughter, with Ryan as the Distaught Mother trying to tie her down to the bed, and Greg as the priest. In Remote Control, the topic is cows for Greg as Ricki Lake, Wayne as a Spanish Game Show, Colin as Wrestling Smackdown, and Ryan as the Crocodile Hunter. In Song Styles, Wayne sings to Jill the Volleyball Coach from Calabasas, in the style of Cab Calloway. In
In Hollywood Director, Colin directs. College Jock, Chip, and his nagging girlfriend, Ryan, are lost and scared in the woods and take refuge inside a creepy log cabin. Suddenly, Freddy Krueger, Wayne, bursts through the window. In Newsflash Colin reports to Chip and Ryan in front of overweight dancers. Chip hosts Party Quirks with Wayne (Desperate to show off his wrestling skills by challenging all-comers to wrestler on stage with him), Colin (James Bond on an important mission, who has a terrible case of food poisoning), and Ryan (series of purebreds competing at a dog show but easily distracted by the crowd). In Bartender Chip tends to Wayne, who is celebrating puberty, Ryan, who thinks he's a princess, and Colin, who is angry about his divorce. Ryan wins, so he watches Wayne, Drew, Colin, and Chip sing the Affair Hoedown.
Number of Words is a scene from Star Trek, has Captain Kirk (Ryan, 3 words) has been captured by a Klingon (Wayne, 4 words). Mr. Spock (Brad, 5 words) and Scotty (Colin, 2 words) beam down to the planet to rescue them. Scenes From a Hat has the quartet act out "Things you don't want to be shouting at a party when the music suddenly stops", "Bad things to say or do with someone with a hairy back", "Poems about embarrassing moments", and "The worst soap opera cliffhanger lines leading into a commercial". In Dubbing, Colin is an explorer who finds Jane, audience member Rachel (voiced by Brad) in the jungle, taking Cheetah for a walk and tries to pursuade her to return to civilization with him. Suddenly Tarzan, played by Ryan, swings in to reclaim her. Colin and Ryan then sell a Greatest Hits compilation based on TV Detective and Cop Shows, as sung by Brad and Wayne, in the styles of the Rolling Stones, Opera, and a Burlesque Stripper Song. Colin wins, so it's Wayne and Brad vs Ryan and D
Let's Make a Date has Chip chhose from Wayne (All The Characters from Austin Powers), Colin (Dunk Tank Loudmouth Unknowingly Suspended Above a Pool of Piranha Fish), or Ryan (Series of Kids Coming to see Department Store Sanata Colin with their Christmas Wish Lists). In Duet, Chip and Wayne sing to Nicole the Receptionist in the style of swing. In Bartender, Chip tends to Colin, who is mad about his haircut, and Ryan, who is in love with his shoes. Chip hosts Party Quirks. His guests are Wayne (Entire Night's Entertainment at a Hawaiian Hotel Luau), Colin (Salty Old Sea Dog who can See Amazing Sights in People's Bellybuttons), and Ryan (Series of Temperamental Actresses Screen Testing for a Nude Sceen with Chip). The four sing the Broke Up Irish Drinking Song. Chip wins, so Wayne, Drew, Colin, and Ryan act out the World's Worst person to be leader of the world in a crisis.
Let's Make a Date has Kathy choose from Wayne (Panicky Frat Boy Waking Up On His Wedding Day Blindfolded, Naked & Handcuffed To Colin), Colin (Incompetent 1940s Gangster Who Bungles A Bank Robbery And Has To Make A Desperate Escape), and Ryan (Smart-Mouthed Brat Who's Been Told Never To Lick The Metal Plate In Colin's Head In Winter). In Motown Group, Wayne, Colin, and Ryan sing "Do the Fireman". In Narrate, Ryan and Colin are at a lingerie shop. The Scenes From a Hat the four act out are "Other People Dorothy Might Have Met And What They Would Have Asked The Wizard For", "Something You Always Wanted To Tell Your Parents But Couldn't Until Now", "Titles Of Self-Help Books Written By Dogs", "World's Worst Person To Share An Elevator With", "What Phone Sex Operators Are Really Doing On The Other Line", "How Men Can Make The Most Of Their Time While They Are Stuck Cuddling With The Little Woman", and "The Last Thing Drew Carey Thinks Before He Drifts Off To Sleep". Kathy wins, so the rest
Weird Newscasters Colin anchors... Kathy co-anchors as a "Jerry Springer guest who's been brought on to reveal her shocking secret to husband Colin"... Wayne is the sports guy who is a "world famous fashion designer training his new models how to work the catwalk"... Ryan is on the weather who is "using everyone else's bodies as his weather maps". Number of Words Deleted scene from Rocky. Colin plays Rocky (3 words), Ryan plays Rocky's coach (5 words), Kathy plays Rocky's wife Adrian (2 words) and Wayne plays Rocky's tough-talking opponent (4 words). Action Replay Kathy and Wayne act out a scene where the boss is arriving for dinner any minute. Kathy is struggling to fit into her tight outfit, while her husband Wayne frantically tries to fix a burst pipe under the sink. Living Scenery Colin and Ryan play a couple who ride donkeys into the Grand Canyon for a romantic overnight camping trip. Wayne and Kathy are the props. Showstopping Number Wayne, Colin and Ryan are in
Game 1: Hollywood Director Ryan and Wayne as two Southern convicts.Game 2: Mowtown Group"Do The Policeman."Game 3: Sound Effects James Bond and Colin are tied up in a villain's mountains headquarters.Game 4: Greatest Hits Songs Of The President Artificial Winner: Colin Drew Game: Props Credits Roll: Wayne and Brad as two guys in a bar complaining about the people who have made their lives miserable.
Seating Order: Wayne, Kathy, Colin and Ryan.Questions Only: Kathy and Wayne start in a scene where they are a very passionate couple who stumble across Frankenstein's castle one stormy night. Sound Effects: Bad-tempered Santa Ryan and panicky elf Colin are late loading up the sleigh to start their round of deliveries. Audience member Julie does the sfx for Ryan and audience member Karen does them for Colin. Weird Newscasters: Reporting are: Anchor: Colin(Dan 'You're Gonna Pay Me Back That Ten' Bucks) Co-Anchor: Kathy(Doody McPherson), a hideous old crone coming on to all of the men. Sports: Wayne, whose body is being controlled by a prankster in the audience. Weather: Ryan(Stormy), a hi-tech thief on a mission to steal the amazingly life-like Kathy Greenwood statue. Scenes From A Hat: If statues could speak, things you don't want to see old people doing and outtakes from the Whose Line soap opera. Helping Hands: Martha Stewart is away and Ryan (using Colin's hands) is her bad-tempered stand-in holding a master for Kathy, giving her tips for the holiday season.Winner: None announced Credit Reading: All four as if their bodies were being controlled by a prankster in the audience.
In Fashion Models, Denny commentates on the Security Guard Fashion Show. In Let�s Make a Date, Denny must choose from a Spanish game show host (Wayne), an inept lap dancer (Colin), and a man in traction after an accident caused by Denny (Ryan). In Narrate, Colin and Ryan act out a film noir scene at a bus stop. Film Dub has Ryan, Denny, and Colin improvising an announcement at the airline office. In Film, Theatre and Television Styles, Wayne is an upstart young pool hustler challenging Ryan, the veteran pool guy. In Hey, You Down There!, Denny narrates for Ryan and Colin in �How to Cope with Problems on a Long Road Trip.� In Props, it�s Ryan and Denny vs. Colin and Wayne. Finally, the entire gang, except Drew, sing another Blind Date Hoedown.
Seating Order: Wayne, Chip, Colin and Ryan.Weird Newscasters: Reporting on The Six O'Clock News are: Anchor: Colin(Woodrow 'But Don't Have' A. Paddle) Co-Anchor: Chip(Zinc Lightly), a used car salesman who'll sell anything Sports: Wayne, Michael Jackson at 100 determined to show he's still got it Weather: Ryan(Spunky), the Back to the Future scientist desperate to power up his time-traveling Delorean. Title Sequence: Wayne and Chip sing the theme song to the new hit TV series Mel Gibson and the Wrestler with Colin and Ryan acting out the title sequence. Scenes from a Hat: The winning entires in the hillbilly poetry competition, the right way and the wrong way, what you would choose to do if you knew a huge meteor was about to hit the Earth, bad things to see written in the sky, things they never write songs about, and weird things to get turned on by. Greatest Hits: Colin and Ryan sell the compilation CD Songs of the Fireman. Chip and Wayne sing: Carry Your Head On My Shoulder as the Osmonds Oops, We Hit The Dog in 'country boogie' style. Hoedown: About professors and dentists, Drew replacing Chip.Winner: Chip Credit Reading: Chip as a game show announcer reading the prize list.
Seating Order: Brad, Patrick, Colin and Ryan.Questions Only: The scene is chaos in Manhattan as Godzilla approaches. Sound Effects: Colin is a beach bum who loves water sports trying to impress girls at the beach; Ryan provides the sfx. Song : Brad sings to Wilma, a schedule coordinator at a medical school in Indianapolis, as Oasis. Props: Brad and Patrick vs. Ryan and Colin. Sportscasters: Brad (Peter Bundtcake) and Patrick (Chelsea Swirl) commentate on competing gardeners Ryan (Franco) and Colin (Fargi). Daytime Talk Show: Participating in Eggs, Eggs, Eggs about Humpty Dumpty are: Host: Brad (Carl Omelet) Guest #1: Ryan (Thomas Guide, Humpty's lawyer) Guest #2: Patrick (Clifford Forehead, one of the king's men and also first on the scene) Audience Member: Colin (called 'the doofus' by Drew) Hoedown: About weddings. Stand, Sit, Bend: Ryan and Drew are two members of a wedding party trying to reassure Colin, the nervous groom, that everything will be all right.Winner: Colin and Ryan Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Greg, Wayne, Colin and Ryan.Let's Make A Date: Greg has to choose from: Wayne: a hip-hop radio DJ Colin: an 80 year old who's taken way too much aphrodisiac Ryan: a drill sargeant. Fashion Models: Greg(Mr. Snackwell) introduces models Ryan, Colin and Wayne in the race car driver fashion show. Props: Greg and Wayne vs. Ryan and Colin. Scene To Rap: All four rap about zombies; Wayne and Greg start. Party Quirks: Greg hosts: Wayne: a daredevil motorcycle stunt rider Colin: evolving from primeval ooze to man Ryan: Rocky in 30 seconds. Hoedown: About mid-terms. Helping Hands: Ryan(with Colin's hands) is going to propose to Drew, his girlfriend, during a romantic dinner together.Winner: Colin and Ryan Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Wayne, Kathy, Colin and Ryan.Let's Make a Date: Kathy has to choose from: Wayne: E.T.'s manic frat boy brother who has come to Earth to party Colin: the world's most nervous first time flier using an airplane restroom when a violent storm hits Ryan: a talking fierce bald eagle hatching her egg Colin and preparing him for life outside the nest. Sound Effects: Ryan and Colin are two high tech American thieves break into Buckingham Palace to steal the Queen of England's jewels. They must escape when they are detected. Audience member Jess does the sfx for Ryan and audience member Marcy does them for Colin. Two Line Vocabulary: Commander Colin leads gung-ho space marines Ryan and Wayne on a mission down to the planet to seek and destroy the dreaded aliens. Ryan's lines: 'Why is this happening?' and 'Can I get one of those?' Wayne's lines: 'What's this for?' and 'Do you expect me to believe that?' Party Quirks: Kathy hosts: Wayne: a person on a TV game show where the more audience members he gets to swap clothes with each other, the more money he wins Colin: an excited teen at an amusement park who thinks everyone on the show is a thrill ride Ryan: a dog obedience trainer who thinks everyone on the show is a misbehaving pooch. Themed Restaurant: Drew and Kathy are in a circus themed restaurant with Ryan and Colin as waiter and maitre d'.Winner: Wayne Credit Reading: All four as four commuters squashed together, packed really tight, on a packed subway train.
The special Christmas episode. Seating Order: Brad, Wayne, Colin and Ryan.Questions with Wigs: All four do a scene where an extended family gets together for Christmas dinner. Duet: Wayne and Brad sing to Santa Claus and his reindeer, Donner in the style of swing music. Sound Effects: Ryan and Colin are two doctors at a party on a snowy Christmas Eve who suddenly get called to a frantic maternity ward on the other side of town. Audience member Shawna did the sfx for Ryan, and audience member Nancy did them for Colin. Scenes from a Hat: People you don�t want to get caught with under the mistletoe, celebrities who shouldn�t release rap records, thoughts that keep Drew up at night, what Santa really does when he arrives down your chimney, and odd things to have written in icing on a cake. Helping Hands: Dynamic corporate boss Ryan(with Colin's hands) has invited his newest recruit to the company, Drew, over for Christmas dinner. Winner: Wayne Credit Reading: All four as Santa�s squabbling elves, with Santa and Donner watching.
Seating Order: Wayne, Denny, Colin, and Ryan.Fashion Models: Denny emcees the construction worker fashion show; with the others as the models. Film, TV, and Theatre Styles: Colin approaches his neighbor, Ryan, to complain about Ryan's pit bull. Styles: Gangster movie, romance, slasher film, surfer movie, science fiction movie, and spaghetti Western. Scene To Rap: All four rap a scene set at the circus. Old Job New Job: At the dentist's, Wayne is the patient, Denny the hygenist and Ryan and Colin the dentists(who used to be firefighters). Narrate: Ryan and Colin do a film noir scene set in a laundromat. Dating Service Videos/Hats: Wayne and Denny vs. Ryan and Colin doing the world's worst dating service videos. Hoedown: About giving birth.Winner: None Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Brad, Wayne, Colin, and Ryan.Daytime Talk Show: Bible, Bible, Everywhere profiles Noah's Ark. Participating are: Host: Brad (Mass Confusion) Guest #1: Wayne (Zebecadiah Jones, Noah's neighbor) Guest #2: Ryan (Houston Pings, a meteorologist) Audience Members: Colin (a man upset that the unicorns drowned, and a women disgusted with both the guests). Sound Effects: Colin is Indiana Jones trying to find an ancient treasure in a booby-trapped cave. Scene To Rap: All four rap a scene involving a train wreck. Ice Skaters: Ryan and Colin are Olympic ice skaters doing their final routine, of which the subject is getting up in the morning. Improbable Mission: Colin and Ryan are secret agents who must mow the lawn, per instructions on the tape given by Brad. Dead Bodies: In a deleted scene from Titanic, Jack(Ryan) is drawing Rose(audience member Julie) in the nude when her fiance(Wayne) bursts in and announces they've just struck an iceberg. Ryan and Julie are dead, Wayne dies when he enters the scene, Colin takes their bodies and keeps the scene going. Questions Only: Tension breaks out in the gangster world of 1930's Chicago; Drew replaces Brad.Winner: Brad Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Wayne, Stephen, Colin, and Ryan.Superheroes: Trying to solve the worldwide crisis of no clean underwear are: Colin: Underwear Man Ryan: Totally Worships Colin Man Wayne: The Chippendale Kid Stephen: Angry New York Cop Man. Scene To Music: In a very busy restaurant, customer Colin complains to chef Ryan about his meal; they react to spaghetti Western music coming in midway through the scene. Song Styles: Wayne sings to Toby, who plays violin with the American Youth Symphony, as Michael Jackson. Newsflash: Colin reports from UFOs attacking Japan to Stephen and Ryan in the studio. Stand Sit Bend: Wayne and Colin are a angry couple returning their car to Ryan's used car lot. Foreign Film Dub: Wayne(translated by Colin) and Stephen(translated by Ryan) act out a scene from the German film Don't Touch My Sauerkraut. Helping Hands: Ryan(with Colin's hands) is a nervous teenage girl getting ready for the prom and Drew is her girlfriend helping her prepare.Winner: Ryan and Colin Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Greg, Wayne, Colin, and Ryan.Award Show: Greg and Wayne host the criminals award show, with Ryan and Colin as nominees(and winners) in the audience. Newsflash: Colin reports from movie explosions to Greg and Ryan in the studio. Irish Drinking Song: About having a hairy back. Hats: Greg and Wayne vs. Ryan and Colin do the world's worst dating service videos. Film Dub: Ryan, Greg and Colin do a scene about the morning after a big party. Greatest Hits: Ryan and Colin sell the compilation CD Songs Of The Nurse. Wayne sings: It's Not That Kind Of Thermometer as Earth, Wind & Fire Turn And Cough in mariachi style. World's Worst: Hitchhikers to give a ride to; Drew replacing Wayne.Winner: Wayne Credit Reading: Wayne and Greg as two Army officers in the heat of battle deciding which soldiers to send on a dangerous mission.
Seating Order: Brad, Wayne, Colin and Ryan.Questions Only: Colin and Brad vs. Wayne and Ryan do a scene set on an international flight. Secret: Ryan is Tarzan and Colin is Jane, with the secret in Tarzan's loin cloth. Duet: Brad and Wayne sing to Sarah, an auditor, in pop ballad style. Backwards Scene, Ryan is visiting Brad, the doctor and Colin, the nurse as Ryan says good-bye. Party Quirks, Brad hosts: Wayne: an android servant malfunctioning Colin: a criminal on the run using all modes of transportation Ryan: a mouse narrowly avoiding being killed. Daytime Talk Show: Participating in Hey, It's Past 12 O'Clock, Where's That Pumpkin? are: Host: Brad(Farley Tail) Guest #1: Wayne(LeStrange, claimimg the story was modeled after her) Guest #2: Colin(Salmonella, one of Cinderella's beauty-impaired sisters, claiming they didn't treat her mean) Audience Members: Ryan(a man who wants to know where Jerry is and a woman who thinks the guests are too hard on Cinderella). Hoedown: About snoring.Winner: None named Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Brad, Wayne, Colin and Ryan.Fashion Models: Brad is the host of the cowboy fashion show, the others are the models. Number Of Words: From Charlie's Angels: Colin is Bosley, and he has been captured by villainous female Wayne. Ryan and Brad are two Angels. Doo Wop: Wayne, Brad and Ryan sing a doo wop song about Carol, who died tragically in a freak gardening accident. Scenes From A Hat: What Olympic medalists are really thinking when listening to the national anthem, things the pilot wished he hadn't said when the intercom was on and things that should'nt have ejector seats. Party Quirks: Brad hosts: Wayne: a fight sequence from Crouching Tiger, Hidden Dragon Colin: a lost bloodhound trying to find his owner from the pair of underwear he found Ryan: finalists competing in the World's Sexiest Hillbilly contest. Bartender: Brad pours the drinks for: Wayne: celebrating his wedding Colin: angry that he's an alcoholic. Quick Change: Colin and Brad are dangerous poachers caught by sherriff Ryan. Drew is off camera calling 'change.'Winner: Wayne Credit Reading: All four as magicians doing their best tricks.
Seating Order: Wayne, Denny, Colin, and Ryan.Weird Newscasters: Reporting on The Six O'Clock Evening News are: Anchor: Denny(Fifi Leadbottom) Co-Anchor: Colin(Rock Solid), an awkward teenager on his first date with Denny Sports: Wayne, Richard Simmons Weather: Ryan(Rock 'Paper And' Scissors), attatched to Denny by a strong rubber band. Song Styles: Wayne sings to Shelly, a housewife with a year-and-a half old, as James Brown. Narrate: Colin and Ryan do a film noir scene set in a bowling alley. Props: Wayne and Colin vs. Denny and Ryan. Greatest Hits: Ryan and Colin sell the compilation CD Songs Of The Fish Cutter. Wayne sings: 'Of Cod And Country' in swing style 'Someone Call The Carps' in reggae style 'Your Plaice Or Mine?' in classic rock-and-roll style. Dead Bodies: Drew, Denny, Colin and audience member Jerress do the following scene: Drew is a Baywatch lifeguard who has just saved Jerress from drowning and Denny is his jealous girlfriend. However, Drew and Jerress are dead and when Denny comes in she dies. Colin carries on the scene by manipulating them.Winner: Denny and Colin Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Brad, Ian, Colin, and Ryan.Daytime Talk Show: Participating in Hills, Hills, Hills about Jack And Jill are: Host: Brad(Carlos Mountain Topper) Guest #1: Ryan(Dr. Phillip Glassman, Jack's personal physician) Guest #2: Colin(Johnny Williams, the owner of the hill) Audience Member: Ian(Peter Peter Pumpkin Eater; also Jill's stepbrother). Film, TV and Theatre Styles: Ryan and Colin have been working too long at the fish-cutting factory, and Colin is beginning to crack. Styles: Martha Stewart, Elvis movie, The Shining, Power Rangers and family movie. Song Styles: Brad sings to Lynelle, a marketing assistant for a home video movie company, in the style of a country western ballad. Newsflash: Ryan reports from a crowd of women at a department store sale to Brad, Colin and Ian in the studio. Props: Brad and Colin vs. Ryan and Ian. Sports Commentators: Brad and Ian report on rival flight attendants Ryan and Colin. 90-Second Alphabet: In and old West saloon, Ryan accuses Drew of cheating in a card game and Colin is Miss Kitty trying to calm things down; starting with 'L'.Winner: Ryan and Colin Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Brad, Patrick, Colin, and Ryan.Let's Make A Date: Patrick has to choose from: Brad: a catty Vegas showgirl Colin: Hannibal Lecter Ryan: a boisterous drunk in a strip club. Film, TV and Theatre Styles: Ryan and Colin are alligator hunters in the Everglades. Styles: Elvis, horror movie, South Park, Star Trek, martial arts movie, and Lone Ranger. Weird Newscasters: Reporting on The 11:30 News are: Anchor: Brad(Oblong Monkeyplaster) Co-Anchor: Ryan(Cheese Slices), a bad magician Sports: Patrick(Turkey Baster), an emotional actor accepting an award Weather: Colin(Relish Sandalstraps), desperate to go to the bathroom. Secret: Ryan and Colin are Adam and Eve with the secret(an extra rib) under a fig leaf. Newsflash: Colin reports from people playing and living underwater to Ryan, Patrick and Brad in the studio. Scene To Rap: Brad and Patrick, joined later by Colin and Ryan, do a scene at a mini-mart.Winner: All four Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Greg, Wayne, Colin and Ryan.Superheroes: Solving the worldwide crisis of no beer are: Greg: Super Bum Ryan: Rodeo Boy Colin: Captain Nosy Wayne: Captain Totally Made Of Springs. Sound Effects: Colin is a monk who escapes from his monastery for a night on the town. Ryan provides his noises. Props: Greg and Wayne vs. Ryan and Colin. Hey You Down There: Greg narrates a 1950's public information film about preparing for a nuclear attack with Ryan and Colin acting it out. Daytime Talk Show: Talking about Hey, Diddle Diddle are: Host: Greg Guest #1: Ryan(Prof. Phillips of the Phillps Observatory) Guest #2: Colin(Filly Felroid, who worked to get the cow to jump over the moon) Audience Members: Wayne(Dr. Ramba Shahlabahugodomestuibe and and the mother of the little boy who laughed). Scene To Rap: All four rap a scene set at a a school. Hats/Dating Service Videos: Wayne and Greg vs. Ryan and Colin.Winner: None named Credit Reading: None.
Seating Order: Wayne, Kathy, Colin, Ryan Let's Make a Date: Kathy must choose from Wayne: Rocky training for a fight. Colin: Shape shifting terminator who becomes an evil version of whoever he touches. Ryan: Turning into a protective mother penguin catching food for her young. Whose line: Ryan is Peter Pan and has flown into Wendy's (Colin) bedroom for the first time to ask for her help. Props: Colin+ Wayne vs. Kathy+ Ryan Greatest Hits: Colin and Ryan sell the compilation CD Songs of James Bond. Wayne sings 007 Heaven by Chcuk Berry, I Just do it For the Women as Aerosmith and No, I expect you to Die as Tina Turner. Foreign Film Dub: Drew(translated by Ryan) and Kathy(translated by Colin) act out a scene from the Hebrew film Mashuganuh! Winner: Wayne Credit Reading: Wayne as the ugly hillbilly
Seating order: Wayne, Jeff, Colin, Ryan Hollywood Director: Wayne is a gangster boss who has been shot and staggers into the emergency room where he forces surgeon Ryan to extract the bullets. Jeff is a hit man who bursts in, gun in hand, determined to finish him off. Notes: Headlining Las Vegas performers, Swedish porn movie. Whose Line: Held-up in a shack surrounded by outlaws, the Lone Ranger (Colin) and Tonto (Ryan) try to figure out a plan. Two Line Vocabulary: Colin is the mastermind behind Jurassic Park is briefing his park workers Ryan and Wayne because the dinosaurs have escaped and gone on a rampage. Wayne's lines: 'What do you want me to do?' and 'That's not my thing'. Ryan's lines: 'What's that?' and 'Are you mad?'. Greatest hits: Ryan and Colin are selling Songs of Norway. Wayne and Jeff sing A Boy Named Hagar as Jonny Cash, Norway's lovely, Rather be in Greece as the Temptations (with a gradually increasing tempo) and the Ska song Small small hole, big big fish. World's Worst: World's worst person to be a member of the armed forces (with Drew) Winner: Jeff Credit Reading: Everyone reads the credits as competitors in the final of the spring break 'best buns' competition
Seating Order: Greg, Wayne, Colin, Ryan Questions Only: High school reunion Film, TV and Theatre : Ryan is a volcano expert talking to Greg, the sceptical mayor on the lip of a dormant volcano showing signs of life. : Kung Fu movie, Horror movie, Kabuki, infomercial, striptease. Song : Wayne sings to Sarah the teacher as James Brown. Props: Colin+ Ryan vs. Greg+ Wayne. Gameshow: Greg hosts Who's your Daddy? Hats: Ryan+ Colin vs. Wayne+ Greg; World's worst dating service video. Scene to Rap: Scene based in a Laundromat. Winner: None Credit reading: None
Seating order: Brad, Wayne, Colin, Ryan Let's make a date: Brad much choose from Wayne: Angry teen rebel from a 1950s movie. Colin: Store owner doing his own low budget commercial. Ryan: raised by wolves Film, TV and Theatre : Ryan is angry at Colin 'cause they have been forced to make an emergency landing of their light aircraft in bigfoot territory. : Soap opera, infomercial, horror film, football film, western. Gameshow: Brad hosts Pick the cheese Shopping from home: Ryan and Colin sell a drawer with no bottom, 3 playing cards and one shoe Scenes from a hat: When beavers get lazy, a magazine you'd never see at a news stand, ice fishing disasters, unlikely greeting card messages, lying about a stain at your dry cleaners, tattoos you regret later, breakfast with the boneless family, a bachelor's refrigerator, what Bill Clinton's tombstone will say, looking at the ugliest baby you've ever seen. Hoedown: About vending machines Winner: None Credit Reading: None
Seating order: Greg, Denny, Colin, Ryan Superheroes: Solving the worldwide problem of no shoelaces is Greg: Spineless man, Ryan: Seductive shower boy, Colin: Salmonella kid, Denny: Bitchy gossip woman Sound effects: Colin is American GI escaping a POW camp (like in the Great Escape) with sound effects provided by Ryan Film, TV and Theatre : Greg is a jockey and finds Ryan, a rival jockey, injecting something into his horse. : Love story, exorcist, musical, puppet show. Let's make a date: Denny must choose from Greg: Horse race announcer. Colin: Passenger on a plane when the window blows open. Ryan: desperate criminal on the run, cornered in the studio Number of words: Ryan is a GI stationed in Hawaii, Denny is his girlfriend. Greg is a beautiful pregnant Hawaiian girl and Colin is Greg's angry mother. Colin 4 Greg 2 Denny 3 Ryan 6 Moving people: Ryan is store detective who notices Colin put something in his coat pocket. Foreign film dub: Drew (translated by Ryan) and Denny (translated by Greg) act out a scene from The endless day in Italian. Winner: Denny Credit Reading: None
The cast tackles a series of improv games; guests include comic Gary Anthony Williams and actress Lauren Cohan.
The cast tackles a series of improv games; guests include comic Heather Anne Campbell and actor Kevin McHale.
The cast tackles a series of improv games; guests include Keegan-Michael Key and Candice Accola.
TV personality Kyle Richards and comic Jonathan Mangum.
Comic Jeff Davis helps the cast with improv games.
Comic Gary Anthony Williams; actor Wilson Bethel.
Comic Heather Anne Campbell; former professional basketball player Lisa Leslie.
Actor Keegan-Michael Key helps the cast with improv games.
Former professional boxer Laila Ali.
Comic Jonathan Mangum; Legends Football League players Chloe Butler and Monique Gaxiola.
Comic Nyima Funk; Olympic gold medalist Shawn Johnson.
Actress Kat Graham; comic Greg Proops.
Olympic figure skater Tara Lipinski; comic Keegan-Michael Key.
Actor Verne Troyer; guest comic Nyima Funk.
Actor Darren Criss; guest comics Jeff Davis and Greg Proops.
Actor Michael Weatherly; guest comic Greg Proops.
Sumo wrestler Byambajav Ulambayar; guest comic Gary Anthony Williams.
Actor Nolan Gould; guest comics Jeff Davis and Greg Proops.
Actress Mircea Monroe; guest comic Gary Anthony Williams.
Guest comic Keegan-Michael Key.
TV personality Jack Osbourne; guest comic Nyima Funk.
Professional football player Rob Gronkowski; guest comic Jonathan Mangum.
Actor Robbie Amell; guest comic Jeff Davis.
Actor Misha Collins; guest comic Brad Sherwood.
TV host Sheryl Underwood; guest comic Jeff Davis.
Singer Mel B.; comic Gary Anthony Williams.
Actor Kunal Nayyar; comic Brad Sherwood.