Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 3 Episode 1

Josie Lawrence, Greg Proops, Jim Sweeney, Tony Slattery

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Aired Unknown Jan 18, 1991 on Channel 4
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Josie Lawrence, Greg Proops, Jim Sweeney, Tony Slattery
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Jim Sweeney makes his debut and helps Greg, Tony and Josie sing a gospel song about cake decorating and do a book about killing your fairy godmother. Also, Josie sings a calypso song about a rubber duck and Helping Hands also makes its debut.

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    • QUOTES (5)

      • (before Helping Hands)
        Clive: Tony is gonna be providing the hands for Jim...
        Josie: Thank God for that!

      • (before Authors)
        Clive: The scene I'd like you to do is a stick-up. I think you have those in America, don't you?
        Greg: Yeah, we invented it!

      • Clive: (after Tony chose My Little Pony for Authors) A very prolific author, I think, My Little Tony...My Little Pony! Sorry. My Little Tony is completely different. And not so little, I shouldn't wonder.

      • (in Authors)
        Greg: I saw my fairy godmother there. I broke a wine bottle over her head.
        Jim: She was well cheesed off. At that moment, riding on Pixielicks was Strider, Aragorn, son of Arathorn, known to the Hobbits as Big Tall Git With Halitosis.
        Tony: Known to the little ponies as Big Pony!

      • Tony: (guessing Greg in PQ) Have you met the inventor of bull(bleep)?

    • NOTES (2)

      • HA!/CC placed Helping Hands and Party Quirks after Song Styles, and Props and Gospel after that. Only the first three games and Psychiatrist were in their original order. Expert Translation was edited out.

      • This is the debut of that wonderful game Helping Hands. The game doesn't have any props and all four players are in it, with two of them acting and the other two providing the hands.

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