Whose Line Is It Anyway? (1998-2006) is based on the British show of the same name, which aired from 1988 to 1998. It features some of the nation’s finest improvisational comedians, including Florida’s Wayne Brady, Canada’s Colin Mochrie, and Ryan Stiles and Drew Carey from The Drew Carey Show. Each week, the preceding four and a rotating group of actors and actresses spontaneously played games with outrageous scenes, weird quirks, or (sometimes off-) key songs.
The comedians of this episode of Whose Line Is It Anyway: Wayne Brady, Chip Esten, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
Weird Newscasters: Colin – anchor “Orland Curtainback”. Chip (co-anchor “Steve Incredible”) – in the middle of a broadway musical, Wayne (sports presenter “Flappy”) – Drew’s no. 1 teenage fan, Ryan (weatherman “Sunny Skies”) – desperate to quell rumors that he’s gay.
Duet: Connie the Receptionist at the doctor’s office. Chip & Wayne (Jump & Jive).
Scenes From a Hat: Baseball umpires at home, ill-advised valentines day gifts, favorite pranks of nuns, other things the first man on the moon might have said, opening lines to foreign national anthems, lines you wouldn’t hear in a western, rejected Jeopardy categories, people who won’t be appearing on currency anytime soon.
Whose Line: Rhett Butler (Ryan) finally tells Scarlett O’Hara (Colin) that he’s leaving.
Winner: Chip Esten.
Game: Questions Only: Godzilla – Drew, Wayne, Colin & Ryan. Chip hosts.
Credits: Ryan trying to convince Chip that he’s not gay.
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