Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 2 Episode 4

Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence, Paul Rider, Mike McShane

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Aired Unknown Dec 08, 1989 on Channel 4
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Greg Proops, Josie Lawrence, Paul Rider, Mike McShane
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      • Mike: (in Party Quirks) Say, I'll have a gin, okay? But make it Wankers Gin, the gin for wankers.

      • Greg: (in Props, holding the bag) Josie, this safe sex thing just isn't working for me.

      • (in World's Worst)
        Josie: He loves me, you know!
        Mike: She's great, huh?
        Paul: Your future wife is ugly.
        Josie: Oh, that nylon wedding dress looks lovely. Do you sweat a lot in it?
        Greg: God, I'm glad to be gettin' rid of that little bitch, she's been spongin' off me for years!
        Mike: You're wearing that?

      • (in F&TS)
        Paul: I've got something special for you as well.
        Josie: You remembered!
        Paul: Yeah. Here it is.
        Clive: (buzzing in) Spaghetti Western.
        Paul: It's a tin of spaghetti.

      • Clive: Hello, and welcome to Whose Line Is It Anyway?, featuring this week, Greg Proops, who's very big in San Fransico stand-up comedy, then we have Josie Lawrence, who's very big in the Comedy Store Players, and we have Paul Rider, who's very big in the Whole Truck Theatre Company, and finally we have Mike McShane, who's very big.

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      • Ted Hughes:
        Imitated by Paul in Authors, Ted Hughes(1930-1998) was an English author and poet, becoming British Poet Laureate in 1984. However, he may be better known for being married to American poet Sylvia Plath from 1956 until her suicide in 1963. For many years, supporters of Plath belived he may have been responsible for her death, until the publication of The Birthday Letters in 1998, just months before his death, exonerated him in many people's eyes.

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