Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 3 Episode 14

John Sessions, Archie Hahn, Ryan Stiles, Mike McShane

Aired Unknown Apr 19, 1991 on Channel 4
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John Sessions, Archie Hahn, Ryan Stiles, Mike McShane
Archie Hahn returns and helps Ryan, Mike, and John with a musical that combines The Godfather, Grease, and Dead Poets Society, bad people to share a flat with, and a gospel song about milkmen. This is John Sessions' last appearance on Whose Line?

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    • TRIVIA (3)

      • This may be the only time Ryan did the acting in Sound Effects, Archie did the sounds.

      • This is where Archie earned the wrath of many Whosers, bring on props for his improv: a whistle during F&TS(in the slapstick round) and castanets for tap dancing during Audition. Also in Props, John breaks the scythe and Mike riffs on it.

      • The topic of Gospel is about milk men, but notice that none of the performers actually sing about milk men. Instead they just sing about milk.

    • QUOTES (5)

    • NOTES (3)

      • Comedy Central edited out Helping Hands, other wise the order is intact.

      • A couple of things: First, the studio was carpeted, so Archie shouldn't be blamed for bringing on castanets to imitate tap dancing. Also, if Archie is being so criticized for bringing on props, shouldn't Rory Bremner be also? I've seen him bring on eyeglasses several times to do impressions such as John Major. And no, it's not the same as Greg's impression, because Greg always wears glasses and Rory doesn't.

      • John Sessions, who had been a part of Whose Line Is It Anyway? since its radio days, makes his last appearance on the show. In the beginning, he was billed evenly with Clive Anderson. As the show's humor shifted from verbal wit to goofy slapstick, his style began to fit less with the overall tone. The fact that he tended to grandstand and upstage the other comedians didn't help. Still, he deserves credit for his part in getting this show off the ground.

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