Whose Line Is It Anyway? (UK)

Season 4 Episode 6

London Compilation

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Aired Unknown Feb 28, 1992 on Channel 4
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A compilation of bits from the London tapings for this season. Included is the book Pant and Ethel, Where Are You?. a film noir scene at a betting shop, a song about driving a major motorway, a singing psychiatrist, and a hoedown on fried foods.

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      • Clive: (in Song Styles, after Jimi Hendrix is suggested) Do it in his early period, when he was still alive.

      • (in Narrate)
        Steve S.: At this point I placed a yankee. I knew Bob didn't like me placing yankees; didn't like me betting at all. That's why he started touching himself provocatively.
        Jim: (touching himself provocatively) So, you're gonna bet a yankee, are you? (to the camera) I loved it when he bet yankees, then I could touch myself provocatively.

      • (in Alphabet)
        Jim: Tactics, tactics, tactics...score a goal, that's the tactic.
        Tony: Score a goal, that's not much of a tactic!
        Clive: Wait a minute...
        Jim: Unusual grap of the alphabet you have.
        Tony: Very unusual, and that's my tactic! I'll baffle 'em!

      • (in Psychiatrist, before Greg)
        Clive: I think he may be an aquaphobic, I don't know, but anyway...
        Chip: There goes my big rhyme!
        Clive: (chuckling) Good!

      • (in World's Worst)
        Tony: We are going to rule this country, not through economic policies...but through dance!
        Steve S.: (as Jimmy Carter) I'm gonna be your next Prime Minister.
        Steve F.: What this country needs...is more double glazings. If you'll just sign here...

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