- "The man who put the 'wood' in 'Sherwood,'" Brad Sherwood
- "The illegitimate son of Mike and Carol," Wayne Brady
- "Say it loud, he's bald and proud," Colin Mochrie
- "The cute Beatle," Ryan Stiles
- Let's Make a Date
- Brad - bachelorette
- Wayne - Charismatic politician running for governor
- Colin - Thinks Brad is absolutely repulsive
- Ryan - Astronaut with an alien inside of him
- Film TV and Theatre Styles
- Scene - Colin suspects his rival, Ryan, of cheating in a fly fishing competition.
- Styles used - western, disaster, porno
- Styles heard by Drew but not used - Shakespeare, mime, one-man show
- Other style suggested - Kabuki
- Performers - Wayne and Brad
- Subject - Alicia, student of music
- Style - Swing song - Dean Martin, Sammy Davis Jr. type
- [commercial break]
- Weird Newscasters
- Brad - "Chuck Sirloin"
- Colin - Kid showing off in class
- Wayne - "Frank Clam Chowder" - Teenager who can't believe he's being dumped by his girlfriend
- Ryan - "Al Niño" - Getting younger and younger
- Moving People
- Performers - Colin and Ryan
- Participants - Katie and Lacey
- Scene - Colin is an outlaw robbing Ryan's stagecoach.
- Scene to Rap
- Performers - Brad and Wayne start, Ryan then Colin enter later
- Subject - Summer Camp (everyday place where people work)
- Other suggestions not heard by Drew - bank, restaurant
- [commercial break]
- 90 Second Alphabet
- Scene - Drew is in a restaurant complaining to temperamental waiter Ryan.
- Starting letter - G
- "Hey, we have a big score from the last round. If you're watching a TV that's made in America, it'll appear right in the bottom of your screen."
- Let's Make a Date - 100 points to Colin
- Film TV and Theatre Styles - 100 points to Ryan
- Weird Newscasters - Non-scoring round
- Ryan Stiles
- Let's Make a Date - (2:50)
- Film TV and Theatre Styles - (1:50)
- Duet - (1:25)
- Weird Newscasters - (2:21)
- Moving People - (2:10)
- Scene to Rap - (1:42)
- 90 Second Alphabet - (1:33)
- The Brady Bunch - Drew's Intro for Wayne
- Colin's Baldness - Drew's Intro for Colin
- Weird Newscasters stories - "Vice President Al Gore was at a fund raiser today where he walked around in women's lingerie for charity purposes. People say he looked good in a pink slip."
- Political Satire
- Wayne's a Politician running for Governor in Let's Make a Date.
- Brad's top story in Weird Newscasters.
- References to The Muppets - Brad guesses Jim Henson as Ryan's Quirk
- Film and Theater Styles (Series Debut)
- Duet (Series Debut)
- Moving People (Series Deubt)
- Scene To Rap (Series Debut)
- 90 Second Alphabet (Series Debut)
- Referenced in The Intro
- Referenced in Let's Make a Date
- Referenced in Film & Theater Styles
- Referenced in Duet
- Referenced in Weird Newscasters
- Referenced in Moving People
- Referenced in Scene To Rap
- Referenced in 90 Second Alphabet
- This Episode comes from the same taping as US-8019
- 90 Second Alphabet had a blooper released on the DVD set -- Right after Drew says "Don't you deny it" -- Ryan mistakenly skips a letter. In the episode right after Drew's line, a new ending(pickup) was edited in
- "I feel like the meat in an incompetent sandwich." -Brad
Reviews From The Archives
- Dean's guide from the Idiotsite
- Best Game: The Weird Newscasters game has a frenetic energy to it.
- Worst Game: FTTS has it's moments, but not many of them.
- Drew's best bit: Keeps up pretty well with the Master Blaster in Alphabet.
- Brad's best bit: A great singer in his Duet.
- Wayne's best bit: Could surely get a rap career: what a genius.
- Colin's best bit: I loved him as the kid showing off in class.
- Ryan's best bit: Reprises an old quirk in Weird Newscasters, ending as a sperm.
- Credits should have been read by: Wayne is on fire in this ep, with opportunities to show his full range of skills.
- Should have stayed home and fallen off a log: Colin seemed quiet.
- Overall: The sort of WL show that is comforting but doesn't amuse the horses
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