Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 1 Episode 6

Graeme Garden, Jan Ravens, George McGrath, John Sessions

Aired Unknown Oct 28, 1988 on Channel 4
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Graeme Garden, Jan Ravens, George McGrath, John Sessions
Seating Order: Graeme, Jan, George, and John. Authors: Reading a different version of Sleeping Beauty are: Graeme: J.B. Priestly Jan: Pam Ayers George: Roget's Thesaurus John: D. H. Lawrence. Storyteller: Telling the story A Day In The Life Of A Rubber Duck are: George: Narrator Pam: a little girl with a huge rubber duck Graeme: her grandfather John: Keith Richards Moral: A rolling stone gathers no moss(or merse). Props: The teams are: George and Graeme with a red plastic bendy toy Jan and John with a curtain rod with ribbons on it. Party Quirks: Graeme hosts: George: an alien Jan: thinks its her house John: a leprechaun. Different Games: The different games played in this round are: Every Other Line: Graeme is a pilot in trouble needing to be talked down by John, the air traffic controller; John reads from the play Hay Fever by Noel Coward. The end line Graeme is working towards is 'Don't accept lifts from a stranger.' Film Dub: Jan and George after a night on the town. American Musical: The life of audience member Andrew is featured with puberty, coming to see a television show, and making a cup of tea. Winner: Jan Credit Reading: Jan as Paula Yates.moreless

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