Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 9 Episode 18

Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles

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Aired Unknown Nov 06, 1997 on Channel 4
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Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence, Colin Mochrie, Ryan Stiles
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More crazy dates, a secret agent trying to buy a pair of shoes, and an album of hospital songs are highlights of this episode.

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SUBMIT REVIEW
    Ryan Stiles

    Ryan Stiles

    Himself (1989-1998)

    Colin Mochrie

    Colin Mochrie

    Himself (1991-1998)

    Josie Lawrence

    Josie Lawrence

    Herself (1988-1997)

    Greg Proops

    Greg Proops

    Himself (1989-1998)

    Richard Vranch

    Richard Vranch

    Musician (1988-1997)

    Clive Anderson

    Clive Anderson

    Host

    Trivia, Notes, Quotes and Allusions

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    • TRIVIA (0)

    • QUOTES (5)

      • Greg: (in Greatest Hits, describing the album) Spellbinding melodies of death and dismemberment.

      • Clive: (at the end of LMAD) I think Greg Proops goes into the lead with some fine performances there, close behind is Josie for guessing it all, and late news is that she's going out with Ryan as the Frankenstein's monster.

      • (in Hats)
        Ryan: (in pharoah like hat) Ladies, are you suffering from cramps because you've got your pyramid?
        Colin: (in winged hat) It's new, with wings.
        Josie: (in welder's mask) You know, acne needen't be a problem.

      • Ryan: (in LMAD) Me touch bumpy things on chest!

      • (before Mission Impossible, an audience member gives a suggestion after buying shoes has been chosen)
        Greg: Hey, no more callers. We have a winner, dude!
        Clive: And we may have a loser, Greg.

    • NOTES (3)

    • ALLUSIONS (1)

      • Nolan Committee:
        At the beginning of the show, Clive said that the show was funnier than 'a bunch of MP's giving testimony to the Nolan Committee.' He was referring to the Commitee on Standards in Public Life, which was started by John Major in October 1994. It was called the Nolan Committee by Clive in reference to its first chairman, Michael Nolan.

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