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  • Introductions
    • "Whatever you do, don't step in him!" Greg Proops
    • "If you're a lady you gotta love," Wayne Brady
    • "Science experiment gone wrong," Colin Mochrie
    • "and his fiendish creator," Ryan Stiles


Games

  • Daytime Talk Show
    • Host: Greg
    • Guests: Ryan and Colin
    • Audience members: Wayne
    • Topic: Hansel & Gretel


  • Song Styles
    • Performer: Wayne
    • Subject - May, a baker
    • Style - A love song from a movie soundtrack


  • Moving People
    • Performers - Ryan and Colin.
    • Movers - Kay and Emily
    • Scene - Colin is a motorcycle cop stopping Ryan, who's a suspicious looking biker.


  • [commercial break]


  • Props
    • Performers - Wayne and Ryan on one side, Greg and Colin on the other


  • Party Quirks
    • Greg - host
    • Wayne - Cartoon character in love
    • Colin - Gone with the Wind in 30 seconds
    • Ryan - Salesman desperate to hide the fact he's a chimp


  • Hoedown
    • Performers - Greg, Wayne, Colin, Ryan
    • Subject: Commercials


  • [commercial break]


  • Foreign Film Dub
    • Performers - Ryan translates for Drew / Greg translates for Wayne
    • Language - Ancient Egyptian
    • Title - The Amazing Tricycle Adventure

Points

  • Daytime Talk Show - 100 Points each to Hansel and Gretel
  • Song Styles - 100 Points to Greg

Winner

  • Wayne Brady

Game Times

Recurring Themes

References

Trivial Highlights

  • This episode is from the same taping as episode US-106
  • This episode is missing from CWSeed

More Trivial than 1998

  • Before the closing credits of this episode, a promo with Drew and Ryan was seen:

(Starts with Drew and Ryan walking backstage)
DREW: Hey, uh, you know, "Whose Line is it Anyway?" is going off the air for a little while.

RYAN: Yeah, but we'll be back later this season. Thanks for watching and stay tuned.

DREW: Yeah, for more great improv right here on ABC. (cut to a graphic with Drew's picture and the words "Whose Line is it Anyway?" with "Will Be Back" in the corner and the word "Wednesday" faintly slowly scrolling across the bottom of the screen)

  • The following week, a new sitcom called "The Secret Lives of Men" took the 9:30p.m. eastern time slot. It premiered to lackluster ratings, Whose Line was planned to be used as a replacement for any failed shows. Fans did not have to wait long for the show's return.

Episode Quotables

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