- Brad Sherwood, Wayne Brady, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
- "Keep out of reach of children" Brad Sherwood
- "Use only as directed" Wayne Brady
- "Do not use while operating heavy machinery" Colin Mochrie
- "May cause stomach bleeding" Ryan Stiles
- Hollywood Director
- Performers - Colin as the director; Wayne, Ryan, Brad as the actors
- Scene - Wayne is a store detective. He's in a pet shop. He suspects Ryan of shoplifting. Brad is the police officer who's been called to the scene.
- Styles used - Elvis, backwards, catty Vegas showgirls
- Performers - Ryan and Colin
- Subject - acne (personal problem that you would have that would be improved by a miracle product)
- [commercial break]
- Party Quirks
- Brad - host
- Wayne - FAMILY COMING TO BLOWS ON THE JERRY SPRINGER SHOW
- Colin - SYNCHRONIZED SWIMMING TEAMMATE OF THE OTHERS
- Ryan - SERIES OF ANIMALS SPOTTING AND CHARGING THE CAMERAS
- Title Sequence
- Performers - Wayne and Brad sing, Colin and Ryan mime
- Title - George Washington (famous person) and the Ventriloquist (occupation)
- [commercial break]
- Helping Hands
- Performers - Drew and Ryan, with Ryan's hands provided by Colin
- Scene - Ryan is the bad-tempered owner of an ice cream parlor, teaching his new soda jerk, Drew, how to make the ultimate ice cream sundae.
- [commercial break]
- Reading the Credits
- Performers - Brad, Wayne, Colin, Ryan
- Style - animals charging the camera
- None Awarded
- Wayne Brady
- Hollywood Director - (3:52)
- Infomercial - (3:41)
- Party Quirks - (2:51)
- Title Sequence - (0:59)
- Helping Hands - (3:39)
- Points comparisons - "That's right, the points are just like how good a tennis player Anne Kournikova really is."
- Hollywood Director Crap - "William Shakespeare said 'All the world's a stage,' I say you are crap!"
- References to The Wizard of Oz - Colin describes one of the objects in Infomercial: "Why it looks like something the Tin Man had lost."
- Political Satire - Title Sequence was full of it
- References to The Drew Carey Show - Ryan says to Drew, "I used to watch your show. Should've saved some money."
- The Wonderful World of Disney References - In Helping Hands; "Looks like Walt Disney threw up!"
- References to The Muppets - Wayne starts chanting "Animal! Animal!" towards the end of the Credits.
- Referenced in the Points Comparison
- Referenced in Hollywood Director
- Referenced in Infomercial
- Referenced on the Commercial Return
- Referenced in Party Quirks
- Referenced in Title Sequence
- Referenced in Helping Hands
- Referenced in The Credits
- This episode is from the same taping as episodes US-431 and US-7007
- Despite being sung in Title Sequence, Washington did not sign the Declaration of Independence
Reviews from The Archives
- Dean's guide review from the Idiotsite:
- Best Game: It's very hard to top Hollywood Director here. It is hilarious from beginning to end, with all 4 having good parts, including Wayne's good Elvis, Brad wearing a chair on his head, Colin doing a nice Elvis dance and Ryan gulping down fish.
- Worst Game: Title Sequence slows down the show a tad. The concepts the audience yells don't work.
- Drew's Best Bit: Making fun of Wayne about how hard hosting is when Wayne has difficulty reading the card for Helping Hands.
- Brad's Best Bit: Probably charging into the Hollywood Director scene and yelling "LAPD!!!" and beating up Wayne instead of Ryan.
- Wayne's Best Bit: His Elvis is surprisingly good... actually probably the best of the three.
- Colin's Best Bit: When he is trying to attach the jumper cables to certain parts of his anatomy in Informercial..."My nipples aren't cold enough".
- Ryan's Best Bit: This is a little thing, but especially enjoyed the inside humor in Helping Hands when he admits that the ice cream he just ate is GOOD.
- Credits should have been read by: It's really hard to choose from Colin and Ryan here since both have excellent shows but I'll pick the taller one just because I haven't in awhile. He has that sparkle in his eye in this episode, which he's been lacking in recent series.
- Should have stayed home and considered the matter from a hippopotamus's point of view: Brad didn't have a particularly good show, including quite possibly the worst Elvis I've ever seen...what was that?
- Overall: A A very good show with some good game selection. It's pleasing to see that they've moved away from some of the overplayed games of the last few years, especially Let's Make a Date and Greatest Hits.
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